BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
|1.||Elucidate principles of dispute resolution;|
|2.||Distinguish procedural law from substantive law and demonstrate the differences between them;|
|3.||Analyse and canvass procedural issues arising from disputes such as parties, jurisdiction, forum, governing law and applicable rules;|
|4.||Recommend appropriate and creative modes of dispute resolution for a variety of disputes and apply the appropriate rules and processes to resolve them with professional judgement;|
|5.||Devise an appropriate course of action and apply appropriate court rules and procedures in the adversary system to reach an expeditious resolution for a range of disputes occurring in contemporary society;|
|6.||Communicate clearly using appropriate language and present a coherent argument and an independent exposition of ideas; and|
|Test||On Line Quiz||10%|
|Assignment||Case Study and draft originating process and/or pleading||40%|
Principles of Civil Liltigation 3rd edn
David Bamford & Mark Rankin (2017)
Thomson Reuters Lawbook Co
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