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|1.||Elucidate a coherent critical, theoretical and technical knowledge with depth and social and global context in the area of Public International Law to a range of audiences;|
|2.||Advocate solutions to complex practical problems in Public International Law with judgement and responsibility in advising and acting;|
|3.||Provide advice and functions with responsibility and accountability in the area of Public International Law in both global and local settings;|
|4.||Critically analyse and evaluate information to complete a range of activities in the study of Public International Law; and|
|5.||Adapt the necessary knowledge and skills to analyse, generate and transmit innovative solutions to complex 21st century problems in the area of Public International Law.|
|Test||10 Multiple Choice Questions||10%|
Principles of International Law 5th
Stephen Hall, 2016
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