BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
LLW1003 - Legal Writing and Drafting
LLW1004 - Legal Interpretation
|1.||Independently undertake complex legal research, apply it to legal facts, while critically analysing legal principles and the relevant law.|
|2.||Demonstrate an ability to identify and respond in an appropriate manner to strategic and ethical implications of different legal approaches to particular problems;|
|3.||Effectively communicate (both orally and in writing) supported legal advice, information, as well as options that incorporate both ADR and adversarial approaches to legal problem solving;|
|4.||Demonstrate practical legal skills including interviewing, counselling, negotiation, advocacy and drafting.|
|Journal||Evidence of 150 hours of legal placement including Journal of Placement Reflection||20%|
|Presentation||Class or Online Presentation of one legal aspect of placement||60%|
|Research Paper||A contemporary issue faced in legal practice||20%|
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