Legal Research 3 (LAWS7002)


This unit provides students who are nearing the end of the process of writing their thesis with the support and resources to assist them to complete in a timely manner. It provides opportunities for participants to refine and improve their writing by exposing central ideas from their theses to constructive criticism by colleagues; to develop the skills of presentation of scholarly work in an academic setting; to provide access to a group of people who are all engaged in completing theses and who can provide informed support. The unit can be tailored to the needs of individual students.

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Students are required to attend an initial meeting as scheduled on the timetable. Two other sessions (including one day presentation given by students) will be decided at this meeting.


Seminar presentation on an aspect of the student's thesis; a written outline of goals for the unit and written reflection on achievements during the unit and reading, commenting on and providing written feedback on a chapter of the thesis of another class

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