BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
This unit is only available to students who have been enrolled in Bachelor of Laws (BLAW), Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) (BLGE), Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts (BLAA), Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business(BBLC, BBLL, BLBA, BLBE, BLBF, BLBI, BLBM, BLBT, BLBU or BLEV) since PRIOR to 2015.
|1.||Exemplify high level competency in legal research in respect of all categories of research materials: primary and secondary; domestic and foreign;|
|2.||Conceptually map the intersection between theory and practice with intellectual independence;|
|3.||Extrapolate and interpret legal research implications, knowledge and skills to provide solutions to complex legal problems related to local and global communities;|
|4.||Exercise critical thinking and judgement in the learning and application of law, drawing on knowledge of research principles and methods of law and cognate disciplines;|
|5.||Design and implement a research study to investigate an original question through analysis, critical review and interpretation of relevant data;|
|6.||Compose a scholarly advanced legal research dissertation presenting a clear and coherent exposition of knowledge and ideas to a variety of audiences; and|
|7.||Troubleshoot and manage a research project to successful completion.|
|Research Paper||7000-9000 words due week 12||100%|
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