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Reviews

Having never studied law before I was worried, however through the guidance of my tutor Bec, the concepts were easy to grasp. This unit was highly informative and very very interesting. It is structured very well and easy to keep on top of the work. The tutes were always fun and helpful and provided a good grounding for future law/ similar units. The exam admittedly was relatively easy as you could bring any notes in but was very short on time and no one finished. 20% of your marks comes from tutorial participation, 30% from quizzes, and 50% from exam. Good unit

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

This unit was extremely well structured other than towards the end with the multiple small lectures instead of one big one by a different lecturer. The exams were quite hard, we did ours online and it was very time-crunched. However, if you studied and knew your stuff well, it was a fair exam. Our tutor Aleasha was very good, very structured and organised, even when everything had to go online. This unit really helps set a firm foundation for the IRAC structure and the content was very interesting to me.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

I straight up did not watch Sagi's lectures because I didn't have the patience for his accent, maybe I'm a bad person for that but I paid $1300 for it so I can do what I want... That being said, the textbook was a lifesaver to have. I wrote my notes dually based on the lecture slides and the textbook. It was so handy having the case law reference page in it. Im an accounting/finance student in 3rd year and this was probably my hardest unit. That being said, if you put in the work you will undoubtedly be paid off... up until the final exam. The final exam was 50 marks but omg they did not nearly give you enough time to give quality answers to their questions, unless you're a quick writer. Which is a shame because then those who know the content aren't really being fairly examined on their knowledge ANYWAY apparently that's normal for law exams WHICH I THINK is silly because this isn't a unit for law students, its for accounting students looking for CPA accreditation, the curtin equivalent doesn't have the same- they get take home exams??? My tutor- Henry was a JD student and he was excellent, 5/5. 20% of your grade is attendance and scaffold answers but that's straightforward in getting, just depends on how much time you want to put in. I was really proud to finish on 91% for this unit pre-exam, but honestly was so angry after leaving the exam because my knowledge became so irrelevant and my ability to write fast was assessed more. Sorry that's my sook, but honestly I feel like its important to know. The structure of the assessments is pretty good, there's no big assignment which is difference but I'm so incredibly thankful for. Sagi and Renae ran the unit really well, I think it was initially over 700 students and they worked hard to keep up with demands, which I'd imagine they'd get with heaps of first year students. I would easily give 5 stars if the final exam were better, but since it was half my grade, I'd give the unit 3/5.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

I'm an English Major and this unit honestly made me want to be a lawyer. I'm not going to keep doing Business Law units for other reasons, but the unit was so interesting and fun. Great organisation of the tutes and lectures. Was never confused about what we were expected to do or anything. My tutor Fiona was so helpful and the way she explained things was so accessible and super interesting/engaging. Highly recommend!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Extremely well structured unit. There is quite a lot of content to learn but the weekly tutorial exercises helped me fully grasp and understand the concepts, as well as prepare me me for my final exam. Sagi is an amazing and engaging unit coordinator/ lecturer and his lectures are not only fun to watch but he makes the topics so much easier to comprehend. Really recommend this unit!!!!!!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Absolutely love this unit. Very well structured and the lecturers and tutors are incredibly helpful. The content is a lot, but not hard concepts to grasp and definitely not as much as other units I've done. Very enjoyable and has made me a lot more interested in pursuing law

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Overall a very rewarding unit but as mentioned in other reviews, it requires a lot of time and effort. Lectures were always good, tutorials really helped (my tutor was fantastic!). There is a lot of content but you can do well if you apply yourself.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

As other reviews have noted, this unit requires a great deal of commitment and effort. It is so much more important in this unit than in others I have done to keep up with the content and complete all of the readings. Furthermore, be sure to complete all of the quiz and tutorial work to the best of your abilities as these comprise the 'easy' marks of the unit. The exam is - while not necessarily any harder than the work given during the semester - extremely difficult to complete in the given time. In saying all of this, I found this unit to be incredibly interesting and rewarding. I thoroughly enjoyed the content and felt that it gave me a great overview of contract, tort and consumer law.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Very interesting unit, but requires a lot of work. Going to lectures isn't enough, without doing the readings you tend to not learn very much...

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Unit requires a lot of commitment - keep up with readings, know the case law well and attend and participate in every tutorial (tip: get familiar with the style, format of tute questions...).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015