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Unit of Study List
Unit of Study Descriptions
Students are required to attend the relevant enrolment session (see Enrolment Dates above). If you are unable to attend your scheduled enrolment day, you can authorise another person to proxy enrol on your behalf. Find out more about proxy enrolment.
It is essential that you (or your proxy) enrol at your scheduled enrolment session or you may risk missing out on the place you’ve been offered.
What to Bring to Enrolment
- photo identification
- your current address and phone details
- your Tax File Number if you are enrolling as a Commonwealth-supported student
- proxy enrollers must bring identification and the completed proxy form signed by both the student and the proxy
- students are NOT required to pay any fees at enrolment
What Happens at Enrolment?
At enrolment you will:
- receive a Sydney Law School enrolment package which includes: an Enrolment Guide; a Timetable; Unit of Study Descriptions; information on the Sydney Law School Peer Mentoring program
- have your photo taken for Law School teaching purposes
- choose your units and enrol in Semesters 1 and 2
- receive your student number, University email address, MyUni login and password
- sign and submit all required government documents (eg. Commonwealth Assistance Form)
- receive information on how to obtain a Student Campus Card
How to Apply for Credit
Students who have previously undertaken units of study as part of a Juris Doctor or another postgraduate law program can apply to credit these units towards the Sydney JD. The units must not have contributed towards the conferral of another degree or qualification. Credit is not granted for any undergraduate law study.
It is preferable that students applying for credit do so prior to enrolment day by initially emailing an Application for Credit form, an academic transcript and a unit description to All relevant documentation indicated on the application form, including an original transcript, will need to be subsequently submitted on enrolment day. Students submitting an application form on enrolment day should be aware that this may extend the time taken to finalise your enrolment on the day.
A compulsory orientation day will be held on Monday, 17 February 2014. This will provide an essential introduction to Sydney Law School and law study. Both full-time and part-time students are required to attend on this day.
Foundations of Law
LAWS5000 Foundations of Law is a compulsory unit of study and is the pre-requisite for all other law units.
Foundations of Law commences on Wednesday, 19 February 2014 which is prior to the official semester commencement. This unit is held in intensive mode on a full-time basis.
Students enrolled in the part-time stream will commence Foundations of Law on Tuesday, 4 March 2014. This unit will not be held in intensive mode, but rather weekly classes for the full semester.
Students are required to attend this unit of study from the first day of classes and must attend all classes.
Students will be required to undertake pre-reading for this unit of study. A unit outline and reading materials will be available for purchase from the University Copy Centre in early February. Students will be notified when materials are available. The University Copy Centre is located on the ground floor of the University of Sydney Sports and Aquatic Centre. For opening hours and further details, please visit: sydney.edu.au/ups/ucc
Students will be allocated to seminar groups by the University’s Timetabling Unit and will be able to access their personal timetable a few days prior to commencement of Foundations of Law.
Students who have successfully re-enrolled
Students who have successfully re-enrolled will be eligible to amend their unit selections from mid-February 2014 onwards via MyUni. Students who experience any difficulty in varying their enrolment online can submit a Variation of Enrolment Request form to the Law School Information Desk from mid-February.
Students who are not yet enrolled in 2014
Students who wish to continue in their candidature in 2014 but who are not yet enrolled should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: the enrolment session previously advertised for 13 February 2014 has been cancelled.
If you have any queries regarding enrolment, please contact