Ethics Law and Justice (70103) Exam Notes

0 Reviews
  • UniversityUniversity of Technology Sydney
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseEthics, Law and Justice
  • Course Code70103
0 Purchases
76%Verified Grade
  • Authormeganhosiosky
  • Created2014
  • Pages59
  • Approved14 February 2018

This is a fantastic service to use for comparison of notes, compilation of notes or even just in an emergency. There are high quality and varied notes for all the subjects you need.

Daniel Markos

Daniel Markos Bond University

I use Nexus Notes as skeletons for my own notes. This method is far easier than working off textbooks and really helps me with my law exams which aren't getting any easier.

Tommy Hendrick

Tommy Hendrick University of Sydney

I have used Nexus Notes since the site launched and I’m now achieving way more Ds and HDs instead of Ps.

Nick Cundy

Nick Cundy University of Adelaide

View a 10% preview of these notes below.

Download the PDF file .

About these notes

These are complete Ethics Law and Justice Exam Notes (70103). They include;

  • Class Two: Ethics Theory and Law
  • Morals and ethics
  • Values and emotions
  • Ethical approaches
  • Lawyering approaches – adversarial, responsible lawyer, social justice/ethics of care
  • Heidi Feldman (1996), ‘Codes and Virtues: Can Good Lawyers be Good Ethical Deliberators?’
  • Lynne Henderson (1987), ‘Legality and Empathy’
  • CLASS 3: Legal Players – Lawyers I
    • Types of Lawyers
    • Regulation of Lawyers
  • Dan O’Gorman SC (2012) ‘In Defence of the Cab-Rank Rule’.
  • CLASS 4: Legal Players – Lawyers II
    • Professional Identity
    • Types of Lawyers
    • Resilience
  • Joanne Bagust (2013), ‘The Legal Profession and the Business of Law’,
  • Joanne Bagust (2012), ‘Keeping gender on the agenda: theorising the systemic barriers to women lawyers in corporate legal practice’
  • Community Legal Centres (2010), ‘Working in NSW Community Legal Centres.’
  • CLASS 5: Legal Players – Judges, Juries and Others
    • Judges
    • Juries
    • Attorney general
  • Sydney Morning Herald (2010), ‘The Secret Lives of Judges’
  • ABC (2014), ‘SA Supreme Court Justice Anne Bampton fined after hitting cyclist while drink driving’
  • Lenny Roth (2012), ‘Judicial Appointments’
  • Wilson v Department of Human Services [2010] NSWSC 1489
  • Juries Act 1977 (NSW), ss6-7
  • CLASS 6: Ethics and Criminal Law
    • The concept of lawyers’ duties
    • Crown Prosecutor
    • Criminal Defence Lawyer
  • Baron & Corbin Ch. 4: Fidelity to the law
  • Radio National (2002), ‘The Ethics of Criminal Lawyers’, The Law Report
  • CLASS 7: Integrity and the Law
    • Duty to the Court/Civil Law
  • Independence
  • Duty of Confidentiality
  • CLASS 8: Duties to Client, Colleagues and Others
    • Duty to Client
    • Self-interest v Duty to Others
    • Duties to Third Parties/Colleagues
  • CLASS 9: Justice, Theory and the Law
    • Defining justice
    • The law and ‘obedience’
    • Structural injustice
  • Nickolas James and Rachael Field (2013)
  • Rawls versus Nozick
  • Phillip Lynch (2002), ‘Begging for Change: Homelessness and the Law’
  • Iris Marion Young (2003), ‘Political Responsibility and Structural Injustice’
  • BBC (2009), ‘The Milgram Experiment’,
  • Class 10: Access to Justice – Economic Issues
    • Different Forms of Legal Payment
    • Alternatives for those who cannot afford legal services
  • What are the strengths and weaknesses of the above ‘solutions’/alternatives?
  • Chris Merritt (2012), ‘Contingency fees back on the agenda’,
  • Radio National (2012), ‘Legal experts discuss Keddies billing practices’, ABC
  • Community Law Australia (2012), ‘Unaffordable and out of reach: the problem of access to the Australian legal system’
  • Simon Moglia (2013), ‘Legal aid in chronic decline’
  • Mirko Bagaric and Penny Dimopoulos (2003), ‘Legal ethics is (just) normal ethics: towards a coherent system of legal ethics’
  • Marina Georgiou (2013), ‘Access to justice: case studies of the role of community legal centres in Western Australia’,
  • CLASS 11: Access to Justice – Social/Cultural Issues
    • Social/Cultural Access to Justice Challenges
    • Social/Cultural Access to Justice Solutions
  • Caroline Heske (2008), ‘Interpreting Aboriginal Justice in the Territory’,
  • Norman Liaing and Larissa Behrendt (2007), ‘Aboriginal access to civil law remedies’
  • Loretta Kelly, Antony Barac, Stuart Barlo and Scott Hawkins (2013),
  • Family Law Council (2012),
  • Radio National (2008), ‘Interpreters in the Courtroom’
  • Prianka Nair (2010), ‘Giving Voice in Court
  • Australian Human Rights Commission (2013), ‘Access to justice
  • CLASS 12: Asylum Seekers, Revision and Exam Preparation
    • Asylum Seekers and Access to Justice
  • Amnesty International (2013),
  • AAP (2014), ‘Government cuts legal aid for asylum seekers’ SBS
  • Azadeh Dastyari (2014), ‘Why refugees need legal aid’, New Matilda
  • SBS (2014), ‘I was told to lie: Manus Island staffer’
  • Kristy Needham (2011), ‘Compensation payouts to asylum seekers reach $23m’,


You must log in to submit a review.