BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
|1.||Critically analyse the development of citizenship and migration law in contemporary Australia;|
|2.||Conceptually map the categorisation of non-citizens in a legal context;|
|3.||Critically exemplify professional practice in the review and analysis of legal systems relevant to migration law, including the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) and Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth) as well as case law and policy;|
|4.||Interrogate authentic complex problems drawing on Australian migration law, including migration policy, practice and procedures and propose ethical solutions demonstrating accountability and responsibility; and|
|5.||Advocate innovative solutions in collaboration with peers, to wide ranging problems in the area of migration, to hypothetical clients.|
|Test||In class test – 1 hour||10%|
|Assignment||Assignment Task requiring students to resolve problems relating to migration law (2,000 words) Group Assignment||40%|
|Examination||Examination - Individual 3 hour written exam||50%|
Australian Migration Legislation Collection,
Fernandez, Rodger, Gerkens, Murray, Yau, Dominic, Ozyurek, Sherene, June 2020,
Australian Immigration Companion, 8th Edition,
Fernandez, Rodger, Gerkens, Murray, Kenny, Janelle, Ozyurek, Sherene, Yau,
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