COURSE REGULATIONS: BACHELOR OF LAWS / BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE BACHELOR OF LAWS (HONOURS) / BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE SCIENCE (HONOURS)

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1 COURSE REGULATIONS: BACHELOR OF LAWS / BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (LLB/BSSc) BACHELOR OF LAWS (HONOURS) / BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (LLB(Hons)/BSSc) BACHELOR OF LAWS / BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (HONOURS) (LLB/BSSc(Hons)) BACHELOR OF LAWS (HONOURS) / BACHELOR OF SOCIAL SCIENCE (HONOURS) (LLB(Hons)/BSSc(Hons)) COURSE CODES: 3405, 3396, 3355 AND 3356 Applicability: These Course Regulations apply to all students who are enrolled in this course. Responsible Executive: Dean Responsible Office: School of Law Contact Officer: Senior Administrative Officer Effective Date: 1 January 2012 Modification History: Created January 2008; Modified September 2011, Modified August 2012 School of Law Effective from 1 January2013

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 Introduction and Interpretation 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Interpretation 1.3 Alterations Made to Course Regulations 1.4 Applicability to Campuses of the University CHAPTER 2 Entry Criteria CHAPTER 3 Degree Requirements 3.1 Course Structure Course Structure in Appendices Compulsory s Elective s Majors/Double Majors Minors Specialisations 3.2 Practicum or Internship Requirements 3.3 Approved Substitutions 3.4 Course Duration 3.5 Graduation 3.6 Honours in the Law Degree 3.7 Honours in the Social Science Degree APPENDICIES Appendix A: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science Appendix B: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science Appendix C: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) Appendix D: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) 2

3 CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION AND INTERPRETATION 1.1 Introduction These Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science (Laws/Social Science) Course Regulations apply to all students enrolled in the Laws/Social Science degrees at the University of Notre Dame Australia. These Regulations should be read in conjunction with the General University Regulations, the School of Law Regulations and the School of Arts and Sciences Regulations. 1.2 Applicability of Honours Program to Double Degree Honours is available within the following components of the Laws/Social Science degree: (a) (b) (c) Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science (Laws (Honours)/Social Science) Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) (Laws/Social Science (Honours) Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) (Laws (Honours)/Social Science (Honours)) 1.3 Interpretation The terms included in these Regulations have the meanings as defined in the University s General Regulations, School of Law Regulations and School of Arts & Sciences Regulations. 1.4 Alterations Made to Course Regulations Unless otherwise specified, when amendments are made to the structure, content or academic requirements of the Laws/Social Science degree, the amendments will automatically apply to all students enrolling for the first time in the degree in the year immediately following the adoption of the amendments. 1.5 Applicability to Campuses of the University The Laws/Social Science degree is available on the Sydney Campus Only. 3

4 CHAPTER 2: ENTRY CRITERIA 2.1 The standard entry criteria as detailed in the General Regulations apply to the Laws/Social Science degrees. 2.2 Entry criteria for the Honours components of the Laws/Social Science degrees are detailed in Regulation 3.6 and 3.7 of these Regulations. 4

5 CHAPTER 3: DEGREE REQUIREMENTS 3.1 Course Structure Course Structure in Appendices (i) The structure of the Laws/Social Science degree is annexed as Appendix A. (ii) The structure of the Laws (Honours)/Social Science degree is annexed as Appendix B. (iii) The structure of the Laws/Social Science (Honours) degree is annexed in Appendix C. (iv) (v) The structure of the Laws (Honours)/Social Science (Honours) degree is annexed in Appendix D. Unless a student receives the prior approval of the Dean (or delegate) to alter the order of study, students are required to enrol in and pass all of the units in each academic year of study as detailed in the relevant course structure before they will be permitted to enrol in units outlined in the subsequent academic year of study Compulsory s (i) (ii) Compulsory units for the law degree are listed in the Course structure at Appendix A. Compulsory units for the Social Science degree are determined by the requirements of the Major and Specialisation chosen. Requirements for the Major are given in Regulation and requirements for the Specialisation are given in Regulation Elective s (i) (ii) Students enrolled in the Laws/Social Science degree are required to complete six law elective units in addition to their compulsory law units. Elective units may be selected from an approved list of unit offerings published by the School of Law on an annual basis. Students enrolled in the Laws (Honours)/Social Science degree must choose as two of their six electives LW441 Advanced Research project, in semesters 1 and 2 of their final full year of academic study. (iii) Students enrolled in the Laws/Social Science degree are required to complete 12 Social Science units. Elective units are determined by the requirements of the chosen Social Science Major and Specialisation Majors/Double Majors (i) (ii) There are no Majors in the law component of the double degree. A student enrolled in a Bachelor of Social Science is required to choose a Major from the following Social Science disciplines: (a) (b) Social Science (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Communications (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General 5

6 (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) English Literature (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Environmental Science (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Geography (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General History (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Italian (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Legal Studies (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Modern Greek Language (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Philosophy (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Politics (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Social Justice (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Sociology (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Theatre Studies (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Theology (comprises of 8 units in accordance with the General Minors There are no Minors permitted within the Law/Social Science double degree Specialisations Students are required to study one (1) four-unit specialisation within the Bachelor of Social Science degree. Students may specialise in one of the following areas: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Archaeology (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Social Science (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Communications (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General English Literature (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Environmental Science (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General 6

7 (f) (g) (h) (i) (j) (k) (l) (m) (n) (o) (p) Geography (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General History (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Italian (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Legal Studies (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Modern Greek Language (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Philosophy (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Politics (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Social Justice (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Sociology (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Theatre Studies (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General Theology (comprises of 4 units in accordance with the General 3.2 Practicum or Internship Requirements There are no compulsory Practicum or Internship requirements within the Law/Social Science double degree. 3.3 Approved Substitutions (i) The following law unit substitutions may be permitted with the approval of Dean (or delegate): (a) (c) (d) AB100 Aboriginal People may be substituted for LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues; PH316 Legal Reasoning may be substituted as one law elective; and PH308 Natural Law may be substituted as one law elective. (ii) substitution in the Social Science degree is only permitted with the approval of the Dean (or delegate) of the School of Arts & Sciences. 3.4 Course Duration Standard Duration (i) The Volume of Learning for the Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science and the Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science courses is equivalent to approximately 5.8 years of full time study, but may vary depending on the majors chosen within the Commerce component of the course, however, these courses are designed to be completed over 5 years duration in accelerated mode (see 3.4.2). (ii) Students are able to enrol in the degree on a part-time basis 7

8 (iii) (iv) The Honours component of the Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) program requires an additional year of study. Students are able to enrol in the degree on a part-time basis Accelerated Duration (i) (ii) (iii) (iii) (iv) It is recommended that this course be undertaken in an accelerated mode and students will be advised to do an overload in one or more of the years. The accelerated duration of the Laws/Social Science and Laws (Honours)/Social Science degree is 5 years of study which will be equivalent to 5.8 years of full time study in standard mode. Students are not able to enrol in the accelerated model degree on a part-time basis The accelerated duration of the Laws/Social Science (Honours) and Laws (Honours)/Social Science (Honours) degrees is 6 years of study. Students are not able to enrol in the accelerated model degree on a part-time basis 3.5 Graduation (i) (ii) A minimum of 1250 credit points drawn from the approved course structure is required in order for a student to graduate with the degree Laws/Social Science or Laws (Honours)/Social Science. A minimum of 1500 credit points drawn from the approved course structure is required in order for a student to graduate with the degree Laws/Social Science (Honours) or Laws (Honours)/Social Science (Honours). 3.6 Honours in the Law Degree Regulation 3.6 must be read in conjunction with the University Policy: The Award of a Degree with Honours General Definitions In Regulation 3.6: "Eligible Student" is a student who has satisfied the criteria for being invited into the Honours program set out in Regulation 3.6.4(iv). "Graduating Class" means the body of students (excluding students enrolled in the Juris Doctor degree) who, as at 1 November, are enrolled in one or more of the units listed below for the following academic year: (a) LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution; and (b) LW464 Civil Procedure B (or LW464.1 Civil Procedure B, for Graduate entry LLB students completing this unit in 2012 or later). "Honours Cohort" means Eligible Students who are participating in the Honours program. "Honours Committee" means the Dean, the Honours Co-ordinator(s) and the Assistant Dean(s) Honours Calculation Average 8

9 (i) The Honours Calculation Average for a given student in the Graduating Class is to be determined as follows: Step 1 - Calculate the Honours Points for each of the Eligible s for which that student has been awarded a grade. Step 2 - Calculate the Honours Calculation Average for that student. (ii) The following definitions apply to the calculation of the Honours Calculation Average for a given student: "Eligible s" are all LW units. However, the following units are not counted as Eligible s: (a) LW104 Ethics and the Law; (b) grades for units assessed on a Non-Graded Pass (Pass/Fail) basis; (c) units that are studied on a cross-institutional basis; and (d) general credit advanced standing. "Honours Calculation Average" means, for a given student, the sum of the Honours Points for each of that student's Eligible s divided by the number of Eligible s. When calculating the sum of the Honours Points and the number of Eligible s LW441 Advanced Research Project will be counted as four (4) Eligible s. "Honours Points" means, for an Eligible, the points set out in the following scale: (a) a grade of HD is worth 6 Honours Points; (b) a grade of D is worth 4 Honours Points; (c) a grade of C is worth 2 Honours Points; (d) a grade of P is worth 0 Honours Points; (e) a grade of F is worth -2 Honours Points; and (f) a grade of FN and WF is worth -2 Honours Points Admission to the Honours Program in Law (i) Admission to the Law Honours program is by invitation only (in accordance with School procedures) and is subject to approval by the Dean in consultation with the Honours Committee. (ii) A student who is enrolled in the Law degree part time may enrol in the Honours program with the Dean s approval. (iii) The Law Honours program cannot be completed part time Selection Criteria (i) The Honours Co-ordinator, in consultation with the Dean will make a determination at the end of each academic year as to the eligibility of the members of the Graduating Class to participate in the Honours program for the following academic year. 9

10 (ii) Subject to Regulation 3.6.4(v), the academic performance of a student will be the sole basis for determining whether a student is eligible to participate in the Honours program, and that academic performance will be judged according to the Honours Points principles detailed in this Regulation. (iii) The eligibility of a student for participation in the Honours program will not be considered unless and until they have completed or are enrolled in both LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution and LW464 Civil Procedure B. (iv) To be eligible to participate in the Honours program a student must: (a) have obtained a minimum Honours Calculation Average of 3 over the course of their Laws/Social Science degree; and (b) using the Honours Calculation Average, fall within the top 20% of the Graduating Class. (v) The Dean, in consultation with the Honours Committee, will invite those students who are eligible to participate in the Honours program to apply to enter the program. In deciding whether an eligible student can participate in the Honours program, the Dean may, in consultation with the Honours Committee, take into account matters such as academic performance and School of Law resources. No student will be deemed to be enrolled in the Honours program until the Dean (and/or his or her delegate) has formally accepted that student's application in writing. (vi) The Dean s decision on eligibility for entry into the Honours program is final Deferral of Participation in the Honours Program (i) An Eligible Student who has been invited to enter the Honours program may apply to the Dean in writing to defer their participation in the Honours program. (ii) In considering whether to grant the deferral, the Dean must consult with the Honours Committee and may take into account the academic performance of the student, the grounds for the deferral and any other matters that the Dean considers relevant. (iii) The Dean will advise the Eligible Student in writing as to whether their application to defer their participation in the Honours program has been successful. (iv) The Dean's decision as to whether or not to grant the deferral is final. (v) If the Dean approves the deferral then: (a) to determine whether the student falls within the top 20% of the graduating class,the student is deemed to be a part of the Graduating Class which they were a part of when they were invited into the Honours program; and (b) to determine the final grade and mark for their performance in LW441 in accordance with Regulation 3.6.6(v), the student is deemed to be a part of the Honours Cohort for the year in which they complete LW Eligibility for Award of Honours Degrees (i) If an Eligible Student is accepted into the Honours program, the student must successfully complete the unit of LW441 Advanced Research Project which is a substitute for and the equivalent of two Law electives. In completing this unit the student is required to undertake legal research upon a topic approved by the Dean (or delegate) and to present the results of that research in a word research paper ( the thesis ). 10

11 (ii) A principal supervisor must be appointed to oversee the research undertaken in fulfilling the requirements of LW441. A co-supervisor may also be appointed. (iii) There will be a minimum of two readers of the thesis, one of whom must produce a formal examination report to the Dean (or delegate). The other reader must be the principal supervisor or co-supervisor of the paper and must confer with the examiner on the production of the final report. (iv) Neither the principal supervisor nor any co-supervisor may be appointed as the examiner of the thesis. (v) The student will be awarded a final grade and mark for their performance in LW441. (vi) To be eligible for the award of Honours, at the completion of the final year of the Laws/Social Science degree, a student must have maintained an Honours Calculation Average of at least 3 throughout their Laws/Social Science degree. A student who has not maintained an Honours Calculation Average of 3 may nonetheless graduate with the Laws/Social Science degree provided they have satisfied the academic requirements of the degree. (vii) Classes of Honours degree will be determined by the Board of Examiners upon recommendation by the Honours Co-ordinator. The Honours Co-ordinator s recommendation will be made after consultation with the Dean (and/or his or her delegate) and the Honours Committee, and will be based on a comparative analysis of the Honours Calculation Average and theses of the students participating in the Honours program Examination of Honours Research Component Examination of the Honours research component within the Law component of the Laws/Social Science degree is detailed in the LW441 Advanced Research Project Thesis Marking Guide/Examiners Report Awarding Honours Honours within the Law component of Laws/Social Science degree is awarded in accordance with the General Regulations as graded Honours. 3.7 Honours in the Social Science Degree The following Regulations must be read in conjunction with the Policy: The Award of a Degree with Honours Admission to an Honours Program (a) (b) Admission to the Bachelor of Social Science with Honours is by invitation (in accordance with School procedures) and is subject to approval by the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Enrolment in the Bachelor of Social Science Honours program on a part-time basis is permitted with the approval of the Dean Selection Criteria (a) The following selection criteria will be used for a student being invited to enrol in an Honours program: 11

12 (i) (ii) (iii) To be considered for entry to the Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) degree, a student must normally achieve an average of 70% or higher in the Major within their degree. Any student can be admitted o the Honours degree on the recommendation of the Honours Co-ordinator and with the approval of the Dean. No student will be accepted into an honours program unless the Dean has determined that the School has the staff expertise and facilities capable of supporting the applicant Compulsory Honours Coursework s A student invited to enrol in the Honours program must: (a) undertake one undergraduate course unit in each semester of the student s Honours program selected in consultation with the supervisor, (b) complete one 5000 word essay for each of these which must be submitted to the Honours Co-ordinator(s) during or prior to Week 10 of the semester, based on a theme or topic relevant to the unit and approved by the Honours Co-ordinator (each essay is worth 20% of the Honours grade); (c) attend at least 85% of classes; and (d) attend a weekly workshop series run over both semesters, and contribute to the discussion of student research progress and problems. Attendance for at least 85% of all workshops is necessary to successfully complete the Honours Program Compulsory Research Component Each student is required to: (a) (b) (c) (d) Present a seminar paper to the School of Arts and Sciences in Week 5 or 6 of the student s first semester of enrolment in the Honours program, outlining the proposed thesis research including its topic, main questions and objectives, and anticipated outcomes. Submit a research proposal and required ethics applications to the School of Arts and Sciences, prepared under the guidance of their supervisor, in Week 8 of the student s first semester of enrolment. Present a second seminar paper in Week 6 of the student s final semester, outlining the methods which were applied, the objectives and questions which were addressed and the main findings (or anticipated findings) which were determined in the student s thesis research. Submit for examination an Honours-level thesis of between 18,000 and 20,000 words in Week 12 of the student s second semester (or part-time equivalent). The thesis is worth 60% of the final Honours grade Examination of Research Component (a) (b) Examination of the Honours research component within the Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) is detailed in the School of Arts and Sciences Guideline: Examination of Honours Research Components. The research thesis is examined by at least two examiners, one of whom is normally external to the University. 12

13 3.7.6 Awarding Honours Honours within the Bachelor of Social Science is awarded in accordance with the General Regulations as graded Honours. End of Regulations 13

14 APPENDICES APPENDIX A-1 FREMANTLE: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PH100 Introduction to Philosophy 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO LW104 Ethics and the Law 25 TH101 Introduction to Theology 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Four

15 YEAR FIVE LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LWXXX Law Elective Four 20 LWXXX Law Elective Six 20 Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 240 Total Points

16 APPENDIX A-2 SYDNEY: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PT101 Logos I 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO PT102 Logos II 25 PT103 Logos III 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Four

17 YEAR FIVE LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LWXXX Law Elective Four 20 LWXXX Law Elective Six 20 Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 240 Total Points

18 APPENDIX B-1 FREMANTLE: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PH100 Introduction to Philosophy 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO LW104 Ethics and the Law 25 TH101 Introduction to Theology 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Four

19 YEAR FIVE LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LW441 Law Elective Four Advanced 20 LW441 Law Elective Six Advanced 20 Research Project (Honours) Research Project (Honours) Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 240 Total Points

20 APPENDIX B-2 SYDNEY: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PT101 Logos I 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO PT102 Logos II 25 PT103 Logos III 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Four

21 YEAR FIVE LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LW441 Law Elective Four Advanced 20 LW441 Law Elective Six Advanced 20 Research Project (Honours) Research Project (Honours) Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 240 Total Points

22 APPENDIX C-1 FREMANTLE: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PH100 Introduction to Philosophy 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO LW104 Ethics and the Law 25 TH101 Introduction to Theology 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR SH9312 Supervised Honours Human Society 100 SH931 Supervised Honours Human Society Total Points 100 Total Points 100 Total Points Year Four

23 YEAR FIVE LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 250 YEAR SIX LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LWXXX Law Elective Four 20 LWXXX Law Elective Six 20 Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Six 240 Total Points

24 APPENDIX C-2 SYDNEY: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PT101 Logos I 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO PT102 Logos II 25 PT103 Logos III 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR SH9312 Supervised Honours Human Society 100 SH931 Supervised Honours Human Society Total Points 100 Total Points 100 Total Points Year Four

25 YEAR FIVE LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 250 YEAR SIX LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LWXXX Law Elective Four 20 LWXXX Law Elective Six 20 Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Six 240 Total Points

26 APPENDIX D-1 FREMANTLE: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PH100 Introduction to Philosophy 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO LW104 Ethics and the Law 25 TH101 Introduction to Theology 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR SH9312 Supervised Honours Human Society 100 SH931 Supervised Honours Human Society Total Points 100 Total Points 100 Total Points Year Four

27 YEAR FIVE LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 250 YEAR SIX LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LW441 Law Elective Four Advanced 20 LW441 Law Elective Six Advanced 20 Research Project (Honours) Research Project (Honours) Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Six 240 Total Points

28 APPENDIX D-2 SYDNEY: Course Structure for Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Social Science (Honours) YEAR ONE LW100 Legal Research & Writing 30 LW102 Legal History 25 LW1010 Legal Process 30 PT101 Logos I 25 LW251 Criminal Law A - Procedure 35 LW252 Criminal Law B - Defences 35 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 145 Total Points 135 Total Points Year One 280 YEAR TWO PT102 Logos II 25 PT103 Logos III 25 LW221 Principles of Torts A 25 LW222 Principles of Torts B 25 LW211 Principles of Contract Law A 35 LW212 Principles of Contract Law B 35 LW230 Contemporary Legal Issues 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Arts (Specialisation) 25 Total Points 160 Total Points 135 Total Points Year Two 295 YEAR THREE LW241 Property Law A 30 LW242 Property Law B 30 LW231 Principles of Equity 25 LW232 The Law of Trusts 25 LW360 Advocacy 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Arts (Major) 25 Total Points 130 Total Points 105 Total Points Year Three 235 YEAR FOUR SH9312 Supervised Honours Human Society 100 SH931 Supervised Honours Human Society Total Points 100 Total Points 100 Total Points Year Four

29 YEAR FIVE LW341 Constitutional Law A 25 LW342 Constitutional Law B 25 LW331 Administrative Law A 25 LW332 Administrative Law B 25 LW323 Evidence A 25 LW324 Evidence B 25 LW321 Corporations & Partnerships 40 LWXXX Law Elective Two 20 LWXXX Law Elective One 20 LWXXX Law Elective Three 20 Total Points 135 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Five 250 YEAR SIX LW471 Commercial Practice & Ethics 25 LW350 Legal Philosophy 25 LW463 Civil Procedure A 25 LW464 Civil Procedure B 25 LW405 Remedies 30 LW462 Alternative Dispute Resolution 25 LW420 International & Comparative Law 25 LWXXX Law Elective Five 20 LW441 Law Elective Four Advanced 20 LW441 Law Elective Six Advanced 20 Research Project (Honours) Research Project (Honours) Total Points 125 Total Points 115 Total Points Year Six 240 Total Points

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