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LAWS1052 - ALL CASE SUMMARIES - HD (86)

Includes ALL cases studied and set for readings in LAWS1052. EVERY CASE INCLUDES: - Title of whi...

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HD Result ALL TOPICS LAWS1052 + LOTS of Practice Exam Questions/Answers + Exam Workshop and Tips + Research Component Answers

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ILJ FINALS NOTES (MARK OF 90 IN FINAL)

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LAWS1052 - Exam Summaries of Readings and Full Case Briefs - HD

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LAWS1052 - HIGH DISTINCTION (86) FULL COURSE NOTES + EXAM PREP

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LAWS1052 - ONE PAGE LECTURE SUMMARIES - HD (86)

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LAWS1052 FULL COURSE NOTES (87, FIRST IN YEAR)

Notes covering the ENTIRE LAWS1052 course including: Intentional Torts Statutory Interpretation...

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High Distinction - COLOUR CODED and VERY DETAILED

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Introducing Law & Justice - LAWS1052 FINAL EXAM STUDY NOTES

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DISTINCTION LAWS1052 NOTES FOR INTENTIONAL TORTS CASE LAW

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22 pages, 10185 words

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Reviews

Sincerely I find anything related to law to be very simple, I did not need help of anyone to pass this subject. Overall this was an amazing subject that I passed seamlessly

Anonymous, Term 3, 2019

The content is quite heavily centred around legal history and Aboriginal law, with quite slight focus on problem questions and how to apply laws. The textbook is nice though, with an additional use of two chapters for torts in PDF format at the end. The law lecturer who took my class was really amazing though, they taught with attention to detail and made it really enjoyable and engaging despite the content not being of the most interesting form

Anonymous, Term 1, 2019

Starting off your law degree with this course doesn't leave a very good impression. The content is quite boring and very historical. Towards the end it gets a bit more interesting and feels more relevant. Whilst I wasn't really loving each class, I also wasn't dying and counting down the seconds, but this was thankfully only because of my law lecturer, who was pretty decent, led each class well and was engaging. I personally found it very difficult to do well in the course as instructions for assessments are quite vague, especially with the court report. Leaves you hoping that future law courses will be better...

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This course is not the best. A lot of the content on the history of the legal profession doesn't feel the most relevant, but on the plus side does not all need to be known for the final exam. This course does get some kudos for having a fairly easy to prepare for exam, and for talking about lawyer's mental health within the first few weeks.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

80% of this course is a waste of time , didnt sign up for 3 months of history , okay 1-2 weeks but literally every week up until the last couple is all historical nonsense. The course should be a FOCUSED skills course not just here and there

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Not a great subject. Far too simplistic to be of any real value except to learn superficial basics.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

As a transfer student I would have to say this is the most badly organised course I have ever done. The only reason I would have to say this has gone unnoticed is its full of fresh uni students who don't yet know better. I mean the exam doesn't even line up with your class work. The teaching from my experience is poor and not regulated. I feel the teachers have all banded together to take a mark whenever they can, rather than give one. All in all a very upsetting experience, it actually got to the point where I was angry, fed up and upset.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Starting off your law degree with this course doesn't leave a very good impression. The content is quite boring and very historical. Towards the end it gets a bit more interesting and feels more relevant. Whilst I wasn't really loving each class, I also wasn't dying and counting down the seconds, but this was thankfully only because of my law lecturer, who was pretty decent, led each class well and was engaging. I personally found it very difficult to do well in the course as instructions for assessments are quite vague, especially with the court report. Leaves you hoping that future law courses will be better...

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014