BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
LLW1001 - Criminal Law
|1.||Conceptually map and integrate the relevant principles of evidence law and criminal procedure with the relevant substantive law;|
|2.||Apply autonomous knowledge of evidence and criminal procedure law and other substantive law with well-developed judgment and responsibility to resolving complex issues of proof exemplifying creative and innovative problem solving;|
|3.||Analyse and evaluate the impact of social, political and technological developments on the balancing of ethical and human rights claims around principles of evidence and criminal procedure law under globalisation;|
|4.||Critique the strengths and weaknesses of the methodology of the adversarial trial and its inclusionary and exclusionary rules as a form of inquiry and fact finding;|
|5.||Critically apply interpretative legal rules relating to legislation and case law including codification of common law principles in complex contemporary cases;|
|6.||Collaborate and utilise advanced skills to select primary and secondary sources and apply research methods to evaluate and synthesis principles of evidence and criminal procedure law as law reform; and|
|7.||Advocate and transmit knowledge, skills and ideas about principles of law to a range of professional and non-professional audiences.|
|Presentation||Case presentation, moot court||15%|
|Research Paper||Group assignment||35%|
|Examination||2.5 hour exam||50%|
Uniform Evidence Law 12th ed
Odger S. 2016
Cross on Evidence loose-leaf 1992
Heydon JD 1992
Cross on Evidence 10th ed
Heydon, JD 2014
Australian Evidence 5th ed
Ligertwood A and Edmond G
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