Introduction to Law and Justice LAWS1052 Complete Course Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of New South Wales
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseIntroduction to Law and Justice
  • Course CodeLAWS1052
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85% Grade
  • Authorjackz97
  • Created2016
  • Pages57
  • Approved24 August 2016

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About these notes

Completed Introduction to Law and Justice (ILJ) in 2016. Achieved a HD mark with these set of notes for the exam.


These are complete and clear course summary notes for Law and Justice at University of New South Wales (UNSW). The course code is LAWS1052.


These are brilliant notes that I put together to help me achieve a top mark in this subject. I wrote the notes to cover all the content throughout the course and it has been formatted well to allow for clear navigation of the content in studying for the exam. The notes are 57 pages of concise and exam focused. They will enable you to maximise your score in the exam.


The major topics covered in these notes include:

  • The Distinctiveness Of Australian Law
  • Interpreting Statutes
  • The Place Of Australia In Global Law
  • Courts In Action
  • The Royal Courts And Development Of Common Law
  • The Doctrine Of Precedent
  • Lawyers & The Early Development Of Precedent
  • The Modern Lawyer
  • Law, Civil War And The Glorious Revolution
  • The Importance Of Law
  • The Impact On The Indigenous Inhabitants
  • Britain & The Colonists: Using The Heritage
  • The Nature & Scope Of Parliamentary Democracy
  • Federation As The Will O F The People
  • Independent Attitudes, Race & Justice
  • Classifying Australian Law

About the author: This author is a top Commerce & Law Student at UNSW. They have travelled around the word on University Case Competition programs and won multiple Case Competition and Student Awards. This author averages over 85% for Law.



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