Bachelor of Laws - Elective Papers

The Bachelor of Laws has a comprehensive range of elective papers that can be studied during Parts III and IV of the degree. Electives offered over recent semesters include those set out below. They are generally taken over one semester and are worth 15 points. Please note that not all of these electives are available each semester. We advise you to contact us or check AUTonline for the semester timetables and offerings.

417507 Competition Law (15)
417508 Confidentiality and Privacy (15)
417511 Copyright Law (15)
417512 Corporate Governance (15)
417514 Criminal Procedure (15)
417515 Employment Law (15)
417517 Family Law (15)
417520 Insolvency and Receivership (15)
417521 Insurance Law (15)
417523 International Environmental Law (15)
417526 Law and Economics (15)
417527 Law in Cyberspace (15)
417531 Legal Philosophy (15)
417533 Media Law (15)
417535 Principles of Taxation (15)
417536 Problems in Patent Law (15)
417539 Remedies in Private Law (15)
417540 Resource Management Law (15)
417544 Trade Marks and Unfair Competition (15)
417545 Unjust Enrichment (15)
417548 Supervised Legal Research (15)
417553 High Density Living and Co-Ownership (15)
417554 Liability for Statements (15)
417555 Sale of Land (15)
417556 Legislation and Law-Making (15)
417557 Securities over Property (15)
417558 Commercial Transactions (15)
417559 Contractual Interpretation (15)
417560 Tax Planning, Avoidance and Evasion (15)
417561 Wills and Estates (15)
417562 Trusts and Fiduciary Obligations (15)
417563 Legal Research Methods (15)

LAWS711 Sports Law (15)
LAWS714 Law of Evidence (15)
LAWS715 Introduction to International Law (15)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated: 19-Mar-2015 4.37pm

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