|1.||Apply appropriate approaches to the interpretation of legislation that demonstrates a sound knowledge and understanding of the legislative process, the distinction between primary and subordinate legislation and regulatory impact process, parliamentary scrutiny and registration of legislative instruments.|
|2.||Engage in legal analysis, reasoning and problem solving to develop complex arguments and conclusions.|
|3.||Deconstruct and apply rules, policies and findings from cases and identify the arguments and reasoning.|
|4.||Critically examine the role of administrative law in the Australian legal system and its impact on administrative decision making|
|5.||Undertake research to assess current and relevant information from a range of sources including case law.|
|6.||Formulate and implement communication strategies orientated to key stakeholders including clients.|
|Assignment||Resolution of hypothetical legal problems (1100 words)||20%|
|Assignment||Interpretation of legislation and case law to a hypothetical case. (1700 words)||30%|
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