Contract

Jeannie Marie Paterson, Andrew Robertson, Arlen Duke

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Cases and Materials on Contract Law in Australia

John W. Carter, Elisabeth Peden, Greg Tolhurst

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HD (87) LAWS1015 Summary Notes

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FULL NOTES, incl: Principles, Succinct Case Summaries, Revision Diagrams, Sample Response

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HD (87) Contracts in a Nutshell: the PERFECT notes for study, revision and FINAL

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LAWS1015 CONTRACTS HIGH D PROBLEM QUESTION SCAFFOLDS FOR FINALS

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HD Step by Step Contract Notes to solve Problem Questions

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LAWS1015/LAWS5002 Course Notes D(82)

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Contracts SCAFFOLDS FOR ANY PROBLEM QUESTION

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86% LAWS1015 (Contracts) Notes

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Extensive HD Notes with textbook notes & quiz summaries

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High Distinction Contracts Scaffolds

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Reviews

Interesting, but as its one of the introductory law subjects it would have been good to have a little more guidance on the basic skills such as answering problem questions etc.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I have taught so many students in this subject and I think that is why it seems pretty simple to me

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Interesting subject, logical and exciting. Some parts were drier than others.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

A demanding subject, but good in building skills and capabilities to answer problem questions. Be prepared to not receive as much guidance, to have to navigate ambiguous concepts, and to sift through lots of cases

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Hard, but interesting. Have fun with Professor Nottage's 'comparative asides'.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Straightforward well taught class but introduces the foundational concepts of law so it can be intimidating and intense for beginners

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2010

The best unit so far. The way Wayne Courtney presented his lectures was the most helpful thing in solving problem questions and understanding of content generally. If you do all the problem questions, you will be on top of it!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

Pretty intense but the lecturers are impressive

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014