BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
LLW1000 - Introduction to Public Law
|1.||Exemplify advanced theoretical and technical knowledge in the area of Australian constitutional law and its application to government, including high level competency in legal research in respect of all categories of research materials: primary, especially legislation and cases, and secondary; domestic and foreign;|
|2.||Conceptually map the intersection between theory and practice with intellectual independence and make professional judgements in applying constitutional law for public and client benefit in contemporary settings;|
|3.||Analyse, extrapolate and interpret legal research implications, knowledge and skills to provide solutions to complex legal problems related to Australian constitutional law and government as demonstrated through a research essay and problem-based examination;|
|4.||Exercise critical thinking and judgement in the learning and application of Australian constitutional law, drawing on knowledge of research principles and methods of law and cognate disciplines, especially political science;|
|5.||Design and implement a research study to investigate an Australian constitutional law question through analysis, critical review and interpretation of relevant data; and|
|6.||Apply knowledge and skills in the area of Australian constitutional law in recommending ethical resolutions to complex legal issues.|
Blackshield and WilliamsHanks Australian Constitutional Law Materials and Commentary 10th
Meagher, D, Simpson, A, Stellios, J, Wheeler, F(2016)
Constitutional Law 2nd
Harvey, M, Longo, M, Ligertwood, J, Babovic, D, Parker, D (2014)
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