This course is designed for students who do not have an LLB - lawyers are not permitted to take this course.
The course will provide an introduction to the main features of the legal system that provide the structure for Australian government. Although it is taught in three separate modules, the issues and themes in the course will be integrated, with an emphasis on the contemporary public law and commercial law setting for the discharge of governmental functions.
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The cost of the Fundamentals of Government and Commercial Law course is $1,980 (including GST) per student.
Please note: Registrations for this course have now closed.
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- understand core legal principles in constitutional law, commercial law and administrative law
- extract legal rules from cases and legislation studied and use these to reason to legal conclusions on a given set of facts
- engage in critical discussion around key debates and controversies emerging from the material studied
- identify criteria for evaluating the legal principles studied and comment critically on those principles
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