BLB5513 - Advanced Legal Research and Writing
LLW7900 - Research Methods for Law Thesis
|1.||Identify and scope a research problem and design and implement a research plan to investigate the issue through analysis, critical review and interpretation of relevant data;|
|2.||Apply evaluative and critically reflective research techniques and professional judgement to conduct competent, defensible, ethical and socially responsible research;|
|3.||Conceptually map the intersection between theory and practice with intellectual independence;|
|4.||Extrapolate and interpret legal research implications, knowledge and skills to provide solutions to complex legal problems related to local and global communities; and|
|5.||Compose a scholarly minor thesis presenting a clear and coherent exposition of knowledge and ideas to a variety of specialist and non-specialist audiences.|
|Thesis||Written minor thesis (15,000 words)||100%|
Australian Guide to Legal Citation 3rd edition
Melbourne University Law Review (2010)
Melbourne University Law Review Association Inc
Design and Conduct of Research in Tax, Law and Accounting 2010
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