BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
BLB1102 - Contracts 1
|1.||Synthesise fundamental areas of legal knowledge including the underlying principles and concepts related to employment law in Australia;|
|2.||Initiate creative solutions to complex employment law problems based on thorough analysis, legal reasoning and research;|
|3.||Identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, legal and policy issues with initiative and judgement;|
|4.||Elucidate legal principles, problems and possible solutions effectively to both legal and non-legal audiences; and|
|5.||Exemplify accountability for self-management of independent learning in a continuously changing 21st century professional world.|
|Case Study||Analyse and report on a contemporary case||20%|
Macken's Law of Employment 8th ed
Macken, O'Grady, Sappideen and Warburton 2016
Thomson Reuters, Sydney.
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