BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
|1.||Research relevant information on principles of legal ethics and legal practitioners' ethical obligations;|
|2.||Canvas the framework for the regulation of the legal profession and the professional conduct of legal practitioners to a variety of audiences;|
|3.||Elucidate and critically reflect on principles of legal ethics and legal practitioners' ethical obligations in professional legal practice in 21st century contexts;|
|4.||Analyse and canvass ethical issues that commonly occur in professional legal practice in contemporary multicultural Australia and apply the relevant principles to creatively resolve those issues with accountability and responsibility;|
|5.||Devise and collaboratively innovate arguments from existing principles to support or counter propositions for reform in legal ethics;|
|6.||Communicate clearly, both orally and in writing, use appropriate language and present coherent arguments and independent exposition of ideas; and independant exposition of ideas.|
|Assignment||Analysis of case study (group)||30%|
|Exercise||In class presentation (group)||20%|
Lawyers' professional responsibility 6th 2017
Law Book Co. Thompson Reuters
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