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70110 Introduction to Law

There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 70105 Legal Research AND 70113 Legal Process and History AND 70115 Perspectives on Law AND 79203 Business Law and Ethics



The subject is designed to provide students from a range of disciplines with a fundamental understanding of the Australian legal system and the areas of law particularly relevant to business. Its objective is for students to develop an understanding of the Australian legal framework and the role of law in regulating individual and commercial relationships and to provide a basis for undertaking further studies in law. The subject is structured to cover 11 topics, comprising eight topics addressing learning about the Australian legal system and the civil, criminal and business relationships it regulates, and three topics covering international law. Topics 1–8 introduce students to the Australian legal system and help them understand the operation of Australian law. These topics aim to equip students with a foundational understanding of the operation of the Australian legal system to enable an effective transition into the more specialised learning involved with Topics 9–11. Topics 9–11 explore Australian law in an international context.

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Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus

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