Business and the Law Course Notes (TABL1710)

Written by Lauren

- Notes taken from textbook and lecture slides - Includes case studies in purple Topics Includ...

119 pages, 57514 words

TABL1710 Business and the Law HD Exam Notes (Only Notes You Need)

Written by Charlie

Comprehensive but concise notes for TABL1710 Business and the Law, with relevant KEY CASES outlined...

18 pages, 8559 words

TABL1710 - Comprehensive notes for finals and assignment

Written by Amanda

Comprehensive lecture and textbook notes used for the final exam and assignment. The notes are d...

159 pages, 87831 words

key concepts and explanation for tabl1710

Written by Olivia

exam notes included all key concepts for all chapters, there are 5 topic: concept 1. property law...

32 pages, 13768 words

TABL1710 (DN) Finals Notes + Summary Sheets

Written by Alyssa

- includes topics from chapters 6-12 for finals: 6. Consumer Guarantees 7. Property Law 8. Compet...

74 pages, 18766 words

TABL1710 Business and the Law Full Notes

Written by Maddie

Notes from lectures week one to week twelve. In depth and detailed and include cases. Contents:...

55 pages, 16164 words

HIGH DISTINCTION (90) COMPREHENSIVE TABL1710 BUS LAW NOTES

Written by Clare

Here is a set of comprehensive notes for Business and the Law (TABL1710) including:  - Textbook not...

36 pages, 16693 words

TABL1710 notes

Written by Katie

These notes cover contract law, tort law and consumer law.

25 pages, 8274 words

TABL1710 Final Notes & Case Summary!

Written by Rebecca

These notes were created during Semester 1, 2016 based off the latest edition of the textbook. The n...

100 pages, 40628 words

Distinction TABL1710 Textbook Notes

Written by Mel

This subject, TABL1710 was really content heavy and I found these notes to be really useful to my fr...

84 pages, 10000 words

Tony

$22 per hour

Results GUARANTEED || Professional || Exam Prep and Assignment Specialist || PhD Candidate I am...

Jasmin

$20 per hour

Experienced & Affordable Tutor || Super Friendly || Results Guaranteed Hi everyone! My name is Ja...

David

$80 per hour

hey guys, I'm a student studying law and commerce majoring in finance with 3.92/4.0GPA across my un...

Reviews

Excellent

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Really great subject, the textbook is so helpful.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Interesting and useful content, but I found delivery a bit dry. Knowing how to structure a clear argument and memorising cases is a must for doing well.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Interesting content

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

It's an okay subject with very interesting theory. If you complete tutorial homework and know how to tackle the main assessment which is the research mini-essay then it's a good subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

The course is actually very interesting, a lot like legal studies at the start if you took that in high school. Be prepared because they mark quite hard in the written assessments and you need to have quite a good memory to remember multiple relevant case names for the exam. Definitely recommend attending the lectures!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Very interesting but the assignment can prove challenging. Definitely a great way to learn fundamental business law.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The content was surprisingly interesting and Leela was a fantastic lecturer. I highly recommend attending the lectures if you want to achieve a high mark. It is important to note that not all of the tutors are up to date with the material and are ensuring the correctness of the information they are relaying. My tutor consistently made mistakes such as telling us to address particular problems for contract law in a manner that the lecturer had explicitly told us we would lose marks if we did.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

I was quite surprised with this course, I found it very interesting and Leela is a great lecturer! I would definitely recommend taking this as one of your flexible cores.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Comprehensive introduction into the field of Business Law subject, introducing concepts in legal terms. This course encourages student to think broadly, beyond the course material, into laws that govern our's and businesses' behaviours.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014