|1.||Exemplify broad and coherent theoretical and technical knowledge in the area of Australian public law and its application to government;|
|2.||Conceptually map the intersection between theory and practice and an understanding of the lawyer's role in applying public law for public and client benefit;|
|3.||Analyse, extrapolate and interpret legal research implications, knowledge and skills to provide solutions to complex legal problems related to Australian public law and government as demonstrated through a research essay and problem and essay based examination;|
|4.||Exercise critical thinking and judgement in the learning and application of Australian public law, drawing on knowledge of research principles and methods of law and cognate disciplines, especially political science;|
|5.||Investigate contemporary Australian public law questions through analysis, review and interpretation of relevant data; and|
|6.||Apply knowledge and skills in the area of Australian public law in a research essay and problem and essay based examination.|
Australian Public Law 2nd ed
Appleby, G. Reilly, A. and Grenfell, L.
Oxford UP 2014
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