University of Technology Sydney

76090 Research Methodology

Requisite(s): 71116c Remedies
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Research Methodology is designed to prepare undergraduate students in law to undertake a substantial research project at an advanced level, such as an honours thesis. This subject is compulsory for those students who wish to be awarded a Bachelor Degree with Honours and who are enrolled in LLB Honours Courses. Through a combination of interactive and self-directed learning activities, students are provided with a thorough grounding in what it means to undertake legal research and to produce an effective research strategy and high quality legal writing. Students have an opportunity to explore a topic of their own choosing and produce content for a research proposal. This subject is of particular interest to students who are considering a higher research degree in law.

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