Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies, Bachelor of Laws

2020 course information for Domestic Students
2020 course information for International Students

updated 3:27 PM on Wed, 21 April

Domestic snapshot

International snapshot

IELTS
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ATAR/OP
N/A
Duration
5 years full-time; 10 years part-time
5 years full-time
Location
Gold Coast, Lismore, Online
Gold Coast, Lismore
Start date
March, July, November
February, June
Course code
3206107
Course abbreviation
BLJSt, LLB
Credit points
480
Equivalent units
40
CRICOS
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Fees
Commonwealth supported
Fees
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Please note, some locations may not have all intake periods available. See the full availability details for further information.

Course overview

If you want a legal degree with a difference and to make a difference as a legal professional, you need to know how the law operates and why. This double degree expands your career opportunities in law to encompass social justice, policy development, politics and analysis.

Together with core units that prepare you for qualification as a lawyer, you can choose elective units in areas such as human rights, race and the law, animal law, climate law and policy, psychiatry, psychology and the law, and ecological jurisprudence.

There is an option to complete electives at academically rigorous and rewarding summer law schools in Byron Bay and the Gold Coast and undertake work placements and law mooting as part of your studies.

As a graduate, you may consider a career not just in the legal profession, but also in government service, law enforcement and the corporate sector.

The Bachelor of Laws fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession. Professional admission authorities also require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training or similar to practise as a lawyer. Applicants who do not have the required entry mark are encouraged to apply for the Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies. If those students achieve the required grade point average during that course, they may then apply for transfer into the double degree.

If you want a legal degree with a difference and to make a difference as a legal professional, you need to know how the law operates and why. This double degree expands your career opportunities in law to encompass social justice, policy development, politics and analysis.

Together with core units that prepare you for qualification as a lawyer, you can choose elective units in areas such as human rights, race and the law, animal law, climate law and policy, psychiatry, psychology and the law, and ecological jurisprudence.

There is an option to complete electives at academically rigorous and rewarding summer law schools in Byron Bay and the Gold Coast and undertake work placements and law mooting as part of your studies.

As a graduate, you may consider a career not just in the legal profession, but also in government service, law enforcement and the corporate sector.

The Bachelor of Laws fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession. Professional admission authorities also require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training or similar to practise as a lawyer. Applicants who do not have the required entry mark are encouraged to apply for the Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies. If those students achieve the required grade point average during that course, they may then apply for transfer into the double degree.

Current Southern Cross students – to access your official course details for the year you started your degree, please visit the handbook.

Entry requirements

See the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, in conjunction with the Specific Award Rules listed below.

No non-standard admission requirements recorded.

Credit for prior learning

  1. Candidates will not be granted advanced standing for more than the equivalent of twenty (20) units in total, or eleven (11) law units, or nine (9) non-law units, except for candidates enrolled in the Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies,Bachelor of Laws course, who may be granted advanced standing for up to twenty (20) law units. A law unit is one offered by the School of Law and Justice.
  2. Advanced standing will be determined by the School Board responsible for the unit for which advanced standing is being sought, or in the case of unspecified advanced standing, by the School Board responsible for the award in which it is sought.
  3. In exceptional cases advanced standing greater than the above limits may be granted by the relevant School Board, which shall notify the Academic Board of all instances.

Language requirements

English language requirements apply to International applicants and other applicants whose previous study was undertaken in a language other than English. The minimum English language requirements for such applicants for entry to this course are as follows

CategoryScore
Overall6.0
Listeningminimum 5.5
Readingminimum 5.5
Speakingminimum 5.5
Writingminimum 5.5

About the course

In addition to the core units, which comply with professional accreditation requirements, the program includes unique core units such as the philosophy of law and environmental law that reflect the School of Law and Justice’s focus on justice and critique. 

There are no majors in the Bachelor of Laws degree; however, a diverse range of law-based elective units is available. Students may choose elective units to suit their interests and professional aspirations including areas as diverse as human rights, race and the law, animal law, climate law and policy, psychiatry, psychology and the law and ecological jurisprudence. 

The Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies consists of a range of law units and elective units, including areas such as Australian Politics, the Australian Legal System, Global Social Movements and Social Policy.

Domestic students

LocationSession
Gold Coast1, 2
Lismore1, 2
Online1, 2, 3

Students attend compulsory on-campus workshops.

International students

LocationSessionAnnual FeesCRICOS
Gold Coast1, 2N/AN/A
Lismore1$26,800 ($3,350 per unit)026999M
 Notice

Tuition fees are in Australian dollars, and are subject to change, including annual increases over the duration of a course. Annual tuition fee is based on completing 8 units per year. In addition students are required to pay OSHC for the duration of their visa in advance. Non-tuition fee covers textbooks, stationery and excursions.

How to apply

Where and when do you want to study?

Applications for this course are made directly to Southern Cross University via our online application service.

Applications are not available for 2020. Please select a different year above or see Course Options for courses currently offered.

View domestic application details View international application details

Why choose SCU?

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5-Star Student Support across undergraduate and postgraduate studies

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Learning outcomes

Course Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a course. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes.

Course Learning Outcome

Demonstrate the intellectual and practical skills needed to identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, legal and policy issues.

Apply legal reasoning, critical analysis and research to generate appropriate responses to legal problems.

Demonstrate an understanding of approaches to ethical decision-making and an ability to recognise, reflect upon, and respond to ethical issues likely to arise in professional contexts.

Demonstrate an ability to recognise and reflect upon the professional responsibilities of lawyers in promoting justice and in service to the community.

Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between law and sustainability.

Demonstrate an understanding of a broad and coherent body of knowledge that includes the fundamental areas of law, the Australian legal system, and underlying principles and concepts, including international and comparative contexts, and the broader contexts within which legal issues arise.

Demonstrate an understanding of the international and comparative contexts in which legal issues arise.

Learn and work independently.

Reflect on and assess their own capabilities and performance, and seek and make use of feedback as appropriate, to determine personal and professional development needs and achievements.

Access, manage and evaluate sources of information relevant to legal research and practice

Communicate in ways that are effective, appropriate and persuasive for legal and non-legal audiences.

Collaborate effectively and constructively with others.

Apply an understanding of Australian Indigenous perspectives to all aspects of legal professional practice.


Assessment methods

The assessment methods used in this course vary from unit to unit. They may include research proposals, research essays, reports, oral and written presentations, case studies, online and class participation, and examinations. The weighting of assessment marks between assignments and examinations also varies.

Teaching methods

On-campus students experience a variety of teaching approaches including face-to-face lectures and tutorials. Some units offer online activities, classes, pre-recorded and/or live lectures. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

The online study option is highly interactive and strives to promote collaboration and a sense of community. Students may receive online pre-recorded and/or live lectures, electronic study materials, workshops, online discussion forums and virtual classes. The method of teaching may vary from unit to unit.

Attendance at on-campus workshops is a requirement of the Bachelor of Laws for on-campus and online students. The workshops provide students with an opportunity to network, engage in a range of learning experiences and skills required at an LLB level that cannot be taught effectively solely online, and meet key representatives of the legal profession who address issues of contemporary legal practice and professional conduct. For more information, go to law workshops.

Please note some online elective units require attendance at on-campus workshops.

Career opportunities

This double degree meets the requirements for admission as a lawyer in Australia with wide and varied career opportunities not only in the legal profession but also in government service, law enforcement and in the corporate sector.

Professional placement

Law students can undertake voluntary legal experience and professional placement with legal firms or offices, to complement their practical legal skills and become familiar with the issues facing working lawyers.

Professional recognition

The Bachelor of Laws fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession. Professional admission authorities also require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training or similar to practise as a lawyer.

Students who intend to practise law outside Australia should check with the relevant country’s admission body to confirm their practising requirements.

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Domestic future
students

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International future
students

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Current
students

Email: enquiry@scu.edu.au
Call 1800 005 687 during business hours.


Course requirements

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies, Bachelor of Laws, students must complete 40 units (480 credit points), comprising:

Bachelor of Laws with Honours

To be eligible to receive the Bachelor of Laws with Honours, students must:

Class of Honours

The Bachelor of Laws with Honours may be awarded in the following classes:

Exit Awards

Students may be eligible to exit with the Bachelor of Laws or the Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies upon completion of the requirements of the single degree. 

Advanced Standing

Units from the Associate Degree in Law (Paralegal Studies) and the Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies may only be credited if they are units in this course or were completed prior to admission. 


Course structure


Schedule of units

TitleLevel of learningNote

Core Units

LAW00051 -  Legal Research and WritingIntroductory
LAW00111 -  Legal ProcessIntroductory
LAW10001 -  Contract Law IIntroductory
LAW10002 -  Criminal ProcedureIntroductory
LAW00112 -  Constitutional LawIntermediate
LAW10003 -  Contract Law IIIntermediate
LAW10004 -  Criminal LawIntermediate
LAW00118 -  Environmental LawIntermediate
LAW00520 -  JurisprudenceIntermediate
LAW00527 -  Corporations LawIntermediate
LAW00117 -  Administrative LawAdvanced
LAW00054 -  Family Law PracticeIntermediate
LAW72009 -  Principles of EquityAdvanced
LAW00519 -  Professional ConductAdvanced Note 2
POL10244 -  Australian PoliticsIntroductory
POL20001 -  Analysing Policy ProblemsIntermediate
POL00005 -  Ideas and Ideals in PoliticsIntermediate
SOC00112 -  Social PolicyIntroductory
LAW72002 -  TortsIntermediate
LAW72001 -  Civil Litigation and ProcedureIntermediate
LAW72005 -  EvidenceAdvanced
LAW71005 -  Property PrinciplesIntroductory

Electives

Choose one University-wide major and 10 Law electives OR Choose 18 elective units, a minimum of 12 must be Law elective units. Note 1

TitleLevel of learningNote
Students should ensure at least two (2) of the following units are advanced
ACC00132 -  TaxationAdvanced
ACC00134 -  Advanced TaxationAdvanced
LAW00057 -  Conveyancing LawIntermediate Note 2
LAW00059 -  Welfare LawIntermediate
LAW00061 -  Drugs, Crime and the LawIntermediate
LAW00062 -  Wills and EstatesIntermediate
LAW00104 -  Employment and Industrial Relations LawAdvanced
LAW00106 -  EEO and OH&S Law and PracticeAdvanced
LAW00119 -  Local Government and Planning LawIntermediate
LAW00120 -  VictimologyIntermediate
LAW00121 -  Intellectual PropertyAdvanced
LAW00122 -  Clinical Legal ExperienceIntermediate
LAW00123 -  Law PlacementAdvanced
LAW00124 -  International Business LawIntermediate
LAW00125 -  Information Technology and the LawAdvanced
LAW00126 -  Competition and Consumer LawIntermediate
LAW00214 -  Mediation and Dispute ResolutionIntroductory Note 2
LAW00216 -  Mediation Practice and ProcedureIntermediate Note 2
LAW00514 -  CriminologyIntermediate
LAW00516 -  Advanced AdvocacyIntermediate
LAW00521 -  International LawIntermediate
LAW00522 -  Human RightsAdvanced
LAW00523 -  Commercial LawIntermediate
LAW00524 -  Independent Legal ResearchAdvanced
LAW00525 -  CyberlawIntermediate
LAW00526 -  International Criminal JusticeAdvanced
LAW00529 -  Restorative JusticeIntermediate
LAW01125 -  Stock Exchange and Finance LawIntermediate
LAW10160 -  Public Interest AdvocacyAdvanced
LAW10166 -  Entertainment LawAdvanced
LAW10167 -  International Intellectual Property Law and Public PolicyIntermediate
LAW10168 -  Privacy Law and the Private SectorIntermediate
LAW10169 -  Human Rights and the Global EconomyAdvanced
LAW10170 -  Race and the LawIntermediate
LAW10171 -  Mediating Across CulturesIntroductory
LAW10181 -  Legal Research: Context, Perspective and MethodAdvanced
LAW10206 -  The Holocaust, Genocide and the LawIntermediate
LAW10207 -  Psychiatry, Psychology and the LawAdvanced
LAW10288 -  MootingAdvanced
LAW10292 -  Education and the LawIntermediate
LAW10472 -  International Human Rights LawIntermediate
LAW10487 -  Animal LawIntermediate
LAW10488 -  Crime, Globalisation and GovernanceIntermediate
LAW10489 -  Australian Military and National Security LawIntermediate
LAW10490 -  Trials and WitnessesIntermediate
LAW10491 -  Sexual Orientation and the LawIntermediate
LAW10527 -  Comparative LawAdvanced
LAW10698 -  International Trade and Development LawAdvanced
LAW10727 -  Marine Animal Protection LawIntermediate
LAW30001 -  Ecological JurisprudenceIntermediate
LAW30002 -  Advanced Sports LawAdvanced
LAW30003 -  International Humanitarian LawIntermediate
LAW30004 -  Comparative Criminal LawAdvanced
LAW30005 -  Statutory InterpretationAdvanced
LAW73003 -  RemediesAdvanced
LAW72011 -  Why the State Needs to Kill: law, violence and the production of political authorityIntermediate
LAW72006 -  Climate Law and PolicyIntermediate
LAW72010 -  Property in LandIntermediate
LAW72014 -  Struggles, Movements, and the Idea of CommunismIntermediate
LAW72015 -  Law, Film and IdeologyIntermediate
LAW72008 -  Indigenous JurisprudenceIntermediate
LAW71006 -  The Rhetoric of LawIntroductory
LAW73004 -  Legal Fictions: Writing the LawAdvanced
LAW72007 -  International Business NegotiationsIntermediate
HUM72020 -  Indigenous RightsIntermediate
LAW73051 -  Global Legal PluralismAdvanced Note 1
LAW73050 -  Jessup MootAdvanced Note 1
LAW73049 -  Information EnvironmentalismAdvanced Note 1
LAW72016 -  Crimen Exceptum: The English Witch Prosecution in ContextIntermediate Note 1
LAW72013 -  Wisdom, Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual PropertyIntermediate Note 1
LAW72021 -  Myths for the Future: Law and Climate Fiction in the 21st CenturyIntermediate Note 2
LAWS2027 -  Introduction to Chinese Business LawIntermediate
LAW72018 -  Performances and Power in Literature and the LawIntermediate
LAW72019 -  Justice Framed: Law in Films and in Graphic Novels/ComicsIntermediate
JUST2006 -  Shifting Cultural Paradigms: Law & Literature After PostmodernismIntermediate
JUST2012 -  The Art of Advocacy: Mooting and Performance RhetoricIntermediate


Course progressions

Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment

TitleLevel of learningNote
Year 1, Session 1
Part-time students should complete the first two units in Year 1, Session 1. The remaining two units should be completed in Year 2, Session 1.
LAW00051 -  Legal Research and WritingIntroductory
LAW00111 -  Legal ProcessIntroductory Note 2
LAW10001 -  Contract Law IIntroductory
LAW10002 -  Australian Criminal Law IIntroductory
Year 1, Session 2
Part-time students should complete the first two units in Year 1, Session 2. The remaining two units should be completed in Year 2, Session 2.
LAW10003 -  Contract Law IIIntermediate
LAW10004 -  Australian Criminal Law IIIntermediate
LAW72002 -  TortsIntermediate
LAW00054 -  Family Law PracticeIntermediate
Year 2, Session 1
LAW00520 -  JurisprudenceIntermediate
LAW00118 -  Environmental LawIntermediate
LAW00527 -  Corporations LawIntermediate
POL10244 -  Australian PoliticsIntroductory
Year 2, Session 2
LAW00112 -  Constitutional LawIntermediate
LAW71005 -  Property PrinciplesIntroductory
LAW72009 -  Principles of EquityAdvanced
SOC00112 -  Social PolicyIntroductory
Year 3, Session 1
LAW72005 -  EvidenceAdvanced
LAW72001 -  Civil Litigation and ProcedureIntermediate
POL20001 -  Analysing Policy ProblemsIntermediate
1st Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
Year 3, Session 2
LAW00117 -  Administrative LawAdvanced
LAW00519 -  Professional ConductAdvanced Note 2
POL00005 -  Ideas and Ideals in PoliticsIntermediate
2nd Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
Year 4, Session 1
3rd Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
4th Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
5th Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
6th Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
Year 4, Session 2
7th Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
8th Unit from Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
9th Unit from Law Electives
10th Unit from Law Electives
Year 5, Session 1
11th Unit from Law Electives
12th Unit from Law Electives
1st University-wide Elective OR Law Electives Note 1
2nd University-wide Elective OR Law Electives Note 1
Year 5, Session 2
3rd University-wide Elective OR Law Electives Note 1
4th University-wide Elective OR Law Electives Note 1
5th University-wide Elective OR Law Electives Note 1
6th University-wide Elective OR Law Electives Note 1

TitleLevel of learningNote
Year 1, Session 2
LAW00051 -  Legal Research and WritingIntroductory
LAW00111 -  Legal ProcessIntroductory Note 2
LAW10004 -  Australian Criminal Law IIIntermediate
LAW00054 -  Family Law PracticeIntermediate
Year 2, Session 1
LAW10001 -  Contract Law IIntroductory
LAW10002 -  Australian Criminal Law IIntroductory
LAW00520 -  JurisprudenceIntermediate
POL10244 -  Australian PoliticsIntroductory
Year 2, Session 2
LAW10003 -  Contract Law IIIntermediate
LAW72002 -  TortsIntermediate
LAW00112 -  Constitutional LawIntermediate
SOC00112 -  Social PolicyIntroductory
Year 3, Session 1
LAW00118 -  Environmental LawIntermediate
LAW00527 -  Corporations LawIntermediate
POL20001 -  Analysing Policy ProblemsIntermediate
1st Unit from Law Electives Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
Year 3, Session 2
LAW71005 -  Property PrinciplesIntroductory
LAW72009 -  Principles of EquityAdvanced
POL00005 -  Ideas and Ideals in PoliticsIntermediate
2nd Unit from Law Electives Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
Year 4, Session 1
LAW72005 -  EvidenceAdvanced
LAW72001 -  Civil Litigation and ProcedureIntermediate
3rd Unit from Law Electives Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
4th Unit from Law Electives Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
Year 4, Session 2
LAW00117 -  Administrative LawAdvanced
LAW00519 -  Professional ConductAdvanced Note 2
5th Unit from Law Electives Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit
6th Unit from Law Electives Law Electives OR University-wide Major Unit

TitleLevel of learningNote
Year1, Session 3
LAW00051 -  Legal Research and WritingIntroductory
LAW00111 -  Legal ProcessIntroductory Note 2
Year 2, Session 1 follow the course progression for Session 1 commencement excluding the completed units.


Notes

Note 1: University-wide Electives include electives from any degree at Southern Cross University but does not include the following units: LAW10157 - Australian Legal System, LAW10159 - Principles of Contract Law, LAW00052 - Introduction to Land Law, LAW00053 - Foundations of Torts, LAW00050 - Criminal Process, LAW00128 - Interviewing, Negotiation and Ethics, LAW00150 - Introduction to Business Law, LAW00004 - Company Law, LAW00058 - Litigation Practice, LAW00107 - Conveyancers Professional Practice, LAW00108 - Legal and Conveyancing Practice, LAW10068 - Law and Government Decision Making, and LAW10158 - Introduction to Evidence and Advocacy. However, candidates who have completed any of these units prior to enrolment in this degree may apply for advanced standing in up to a maximum of six of the above as “University-wide electives” but not as “Part B Law Electives”.
Note 2: Attendance at a compulsory workshop is required.

Unit groups

Law Electives

TitleLevel of learningNote
Students should ensure at least two (2) of the following units are advanced
ACC00132 -  TaxationAdvanced
ACC00134 -  Advanced TaxationAdvanced
LAW00057 -  Conveyancing LawIntermediate Note 2
LAW00059 -  Welfare LawIntermediate
LAW00061 -  Drugs, Crime and the LawIntermediate
LAW00062 -  Wills and EstatesIntermediate
LAW00104 -  Employment and Industrial Relations LawAdvanced
LAW00106 -  EEO and OH&S Law and PracticeAdvanced
LAW00119 -  Local Government and Planning LawIntermediate
LAW00120 -  VictimologyIntermediate
LAW00121 -  Intellectual PropertyAdvanced
LAW00122 -  Clinical Legal ExperienceIntermediate
LAW00123 -  Law PlacementAdvanced
LAW00124 -  International Business LawIntermediate
LAW00125 -  Information Technology and the LawAdvanced
LAW00126 -  Competition and Consumer LawIntermediate
LAW00214 -  Mediation and Dispute ResolutionIntroductory Note 2
LAW00216 -  Mediation Practice and ProcedureIntermediate Note 2
LAW00514 -  CriminologyIntermediate
LAW00516 -  Advanced AdvocacyIntermediate
LAW00521 -  International LawIntermediate
LAW00522 -  Human RightsAdvanced
LAW00523 -  Commercial LawIntermediate
LAW00524 -  Independent Legal ResearchAdvanced
LAW00525 -  CyberlawIntermediate
LAW00526 -  International Criminal JusticeAdvanced
LAW00529 -  Restorative JusticeIntermediate
LAW01125 -  Stock Exchange and Finance LawIntermediate
LAW10160 -  Public Interest AdvocacyAdvanced
LAW10166 -  Entertainment LawAdvanced
LAW10167 -  International Intellectual Property Law and Public PolicyIntermediate
LAW10168 -  Privacy Law and the Private SectorIntermediate
LAW10169 -  Human Rights and the Global EconomyAdvanced
LAW10170 -  Race and the LawIntermediate
LAW10171 -  Mediating Across CulturesIntroductory
LAW10181 -  Legal Research: Context, Perspective and MethodAdvanced
LAW10206 -  The Holocaust, Genocide and the LawIntermediate
LAW10207 -  Psychiatry, Psychology and the LawAdvanced
LAW10288 -  MootingAdvanced
LAW10292 -  Education and the LawIntermediate
LAW10472 -  International Human Rights LawIntermediate
LAW10487 -  Animal LawIntermediate
LAW10488 -  Crime, Globalisation and GovernanceIntermediate
LAW10489 -  Australian Military and National Security LawIntermediate
LAW10490 -  Trials and WitnessesIntermediate
LAW10491 -  Sexual Orientation and the LawIntermediate
LAW10527 -  Comparative LawAdvanced
LAW10698 -  International Trade and Development LawAdvanced
LAW10727 -  Marine Animal Protection LawIntermediate
LAW30001 -  Ecological JurisprudenceIntermediate
LAW30002 -  Advanced Sports LawAdvanced
LAW30003 -  International Humanitarian LawIntermediate
LAW30004 -  Comparative Criminal LawAdvanced
LAW30005 -  Statutory InterpretationAdvanced
LAW73003 -  RemediesAdvanced
LAW72011 -  Why the State Needs to Kill: law, violence and the production of political authorityIntermediate
LAW72006 -  Climate Law and PolicyIntermediate
LAW72010 -  Property in LandIntermediate
LAW72014 -  Struggles, Movements, and the Idea of CommunismIntermediate
LAW72015 -  Law, Film and IdeologyIntermediate
LAW72008 -  Indigenous JurisprudenceIntermediate
LAW71006 -  The Rhetoric of LawIntroductory
LAW73004 -  Legal Fictions: Writing the LawAdvanced
LAW72007 -  International Business NegotiationsIntermediate
HUM72020 -  Indigenous RightsIntermediate
LAW73051 -  Global Legal PluralismAdvanced Note 1
LAW73050 -  Jessup MootAdvanced Note 1
LAW73049 -  Information EnvironmentalismAdvanced Note 1
LAW72016 -  Crimen Exceptum: The English Witch Prosecution in ContextIntermediate Note 1
LAW72013 -  Wisdom, Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual PropertyIntermediate Note 1
LAW72021 -  Myths for the Future: Law and Climate Fiction in the 21st CenturyIntermediate Note 2
LAWS2027 -  Introduction to Chinese Business LawIntermediate
LAW72018 -  Performances and Power in Literature and the LawIntermediate
LAW72019 -  Justice Framed: Law in Films and in Graphic Novels/ComicsIntermediate
JUST2006 -  Shifting Cultural Paradigms: Law & Literature After PostmodernismIntermediate
JUST2012 -  The Art of Advocacy: Mooting and Performance RhetoricIntermediate

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