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  • UniversityUniversity of New South Wales
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseResolving Civil Disputes
  • Course CodeLAWS23271
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  • Authorquincynguyen14
  • Created2018
  • Pages14
  • Approved1 May 2019

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Scaffolds for the essay portion of the LAWS2371: Resolving Civil Disputes Exam in Semester 1 2018. These scaffolds helped me gain a distinction in the final exam, and the subject overall.

The topics covered in these scaffolds include a variety of topics covered in previous exams and topics I anticipated may be asked in the Semester 1 2018 exam:

1. The role of lawyers in providing Pro Bono Work
2. The intersection of the practice of law and the business of law (Law as a profession vs. business)
3. The role of technology in litigation: AI, Online Dispute Resolution and Electronically Stored Information
4. Case Management: Rationale behind an ‘overriding purpose’ approach to litigation
5. Increasing Accessibility to Litigation for Disadvantaged Groups: Pro Bono assistance, litigation funding and class actions, community legal centres
6. Costs in Civil Litigation and Ensuring Justice

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