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Summer Session 2014-15

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SUBJECT
DATE
MATERIAL/VENUE/LECTURE CHANGES
General LEC Notices
7/10/11
LEC CODE OF CONDUCT

The Course Information Handbook in recent years has included a section “Conduct, Character and the Study of Law”. Principles of behavior appropriate to the environments in which our program is offered have been gathered into one foundation document. Click here for a copy. You are welcome to make suggestions. It will be part of the obligations of all involved with the LEC program to become familiar with, and abide by, the Code.

17/05/13

Campus WiFi
The University of Sydney ICT has advised that any LPAB students unable to access the UniSydney wireless network should contact the ICT Help Desk directly on 9351 6000. The Help Desk will reset your password over the phone so that Wifi is enabled.
   
   
Law Library 21/11/12

LAW LIBRARY CONTACTS

The LPAB Librarian is Patrick O’Mara (Email: patrick.omara@sydney.edu.au; Phone (02) 9351 0293).

Patrick is available to assist you with your legal research needs at any time during your Diploma in Law studies. He can help with database access problems and searching databases. He also provides legal research classes (see LPAB Course Information Handbook for full details) and individual legal research consultations.

For general information you can call the Law Library Information Desk on (02) 9351 0216 or email: law.library@sydney.edu.au.

21/5/13

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT BORROWING FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY LIBRARY

There are significant fines for the non-return of high demand items and lost material. Items borrowed from the Library (including from the Law and Law Reserch collections) are subject to the fine conditions listed here: http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/borrowing/fines.html.

Overdue and recall notices are sent to students via email but as a courtesy only and the Library does not accept responsibility for the non-receipt of emails. Therefore it is important to regularly log in to My Loans - https://opac.library.usyd.edu.au/patroninfo~S4 - to check the status of your loans.

17/12/14

LAW LIBRARY CHRISTMAS CLOSURE AND OPENING HOURS IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY

Dear LPAB students

As previously notified, the Law Library will close for the University Christmas closedown at 5pm on Thursday 18th December and will re-open at 9am on Monday 5th January.

Please note that no books that you have on loan (including items that are recalled) will have a due date during the closedown period.

Distance students please note that no further requests for distance loans by post can be processed before tomorrow’s closedown as we can no longer guarantee that they will be sent through the University’s internal mail network prior to the closedown.

The Law Library’s opening hours from Monday 5th January 2015 to Sunday 1st March 2015 are as follows:

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 9am to 6pm
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9am to 8pm
Saturdays: 9am to 5pm
Sundays and Public Holidays: Closed (except Sunday 1st February during Weekend School 2, when we will be open from 10am to 5pm).

I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of you a safe and happy holiday season and I look forward to working with you in 2015.

Regards
Patrick O’Mara
LPAB Librarian

   
 

 

6/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides have been uploaded for the first evening lecture and for the Essential Intensive Introductory Classes on 8 November and 9 November 2014.
6/11/14

CHANGE IN THE ORDER OF EVENING LECTURES

Mrs Carter has asked us to notify evening students that next week's evening lecture (on 12 November) will be given by Professor Anita Stuhmcke and will cover Topic 11 Tribunals, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution, not The Court System as scheduled. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this change in the order of lectures.

24/11/14

CHANGE IN THE ORDER OF WEEKEND SCHOOL LECTURES

Notice: The time-table for the weekend school has changed. On Sunday morning, Anita Stuhmcke will be covering Referencing from 8-10. This is a scheduled and is important for all students and will not be repeated. Legal writing will not be covered on Sunday morning - it will be covered at the second weekend school. Instead, from 10-12 Professor Stuhmcke will be covering Topics 9 and 10 for weekend students - ADR and Tribunals and Courts. This is also covered on Wednesday evenings, but any students who missed the lecture on 12 November are encouraged to attend.

 

25/11/14

CORRECTION TO NOTICE REGARDING CHANGE TO LEGAL INSTITUTIONS WEEKEND SCHOOL SCHEDULE

Would Legal Institutions students please note that the topics being covered by Professor Stuhmcke from 10 am to 12 noon on Sunday 30 November will be Topics 10 and 11 and not 9 and 10 as stated in the email sent to students yesterday. Topic 9 will be made available as an on-line lecture for external students as stated in the Legal Institutions subject guide.

26/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the topic "The Legal Profession" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
26/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Topic 7 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
28/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Legal Referencing Part A and B and The Court System have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON WEDNESDAY 17 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Legal Institutions lecture scheduled for Wednesday 17 December will now be held in Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 157.

29/1/15

INDICATIVE TIMETABLE FOR WEEKEND SCHOOL 2

An indicative timetable for Legal Institution lectures at Weekend School 2 has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus under the heading "Other Materials".

   
   
24/10/14

UPDATE ON HOWIE & JOHNSON TEXT

Following a phone call from a student last week, we contacted LexisNexis regarding the expected date of publication of a new edition of Howie & Johnson, Annotated Criminal Legislation New South Wales. We have now been advised that the new edition is not expected to be available until the end of November. LexisNexis themselves have no stock left of the 2013-14 edition, but say that the Co-op Bookshop does have stock and students can purchase online from them if they cannot visit the bookshop in person. The Co-op Bookshop also has a small number of two-book packs, comprising the two Criminal Law prescribed texts, for a special price.

29/10/14

FURTHER UPDATE ON HOWIE & JOHNSON TEXT

The LEC was advised yesterday afternoon by the Co-op Bookshop that they no longer have stock of the 2013-14 edition of the Howie and Johnson text. This information was relayed to the lecturers and Mr Greg Sarginson has now advised that students will be able to manage with the Hayes and Eburn text until the new edition of the Howie and Johnson is available.

3/12/14 It was brought to our attention this afternoon that there was a typographical error in the assignment question uploaded earlier today. The word "ant-depressant" should of course have read "anti-depressant"! This has now been corrected.
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON TUESDAY 16 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Criminal Law lecture scheduled for Tuesday 16 December will now be held in Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 157.

9/12/14

CHANGE TO CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE LECTURE PROGRAM

Mr Greg Sarginson has asked us to notify students that the Criminal Law and Procedure lectures on 9 and 16 December will cover the issues of assault, sexual assault, and indecent assault. Property offences will then follow in subsequent lectures in the New Year.

7/1/15

CANCELLATION OF CRIMINAL LAW LECTURE SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY 13 JANUARY

Mr Greg Sarginson has advised that he will not now be able to teach on Tuesday 13 January. There will therefore be no Criminal Law and Procedure lecture next week and lectures will continue to Tuesday 24 February instead. The lecture on 20 January will be given by Ms Sue Chrysanthou and Mr Sarginson will be notifying us at a later date as to the structure of the remaining lectures. We will also notify students of the venue for the lecture on 24 February once this has been confirmed.

14/1/15

VENUE FOR RESCHEDULED LECTURE ON 24 FEBRUARY 2015

Please note that the rescheduled lecture on 24 February will be held in Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1 and not in the Carslaw Building as usual.

20/1/15

CANCELLATION OF TONIGHT'S LECTURE (20 JANUARY 2015)

Ms Sue Chrysanthou has notified us this morning that she is unwell and will not be able to teach this evening. Unfortunately Mr Greg Sarginson is away at the moment and we will therefore need to cancel this evening's lecture. We will advise students as soon as possible about the structure of the remaining lectures.

   
   
14/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the first three lectures have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this morning. We have not yet received the subject guide from the lecturers but will upload this as soon as possible after receipt by us. However there is definitely a lecture this evening. Texts for this course will be discussed at that lecture.
5/12/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Lecture 4 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
12/12/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Lecture 5 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
5/1/15 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Lectures 6 to 11 and Weekend School 2 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
   
   
18/11/14

VIRTUAL TUTORIALS FOR CONTRACTS STUDENTS

An email has been sent today to all students registered for Contracts this semester, calling for expressions of interest from students interested in participating in a series of virtual tutorials. If you have not received that email, please let us know and we will re-send the information. (Please check your "Spam" folder as our emails sometimes go there.)

5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON THURSDAY 18 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Contracts lecture scheduled for Thursday 18 December will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 101 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 157.

10/12/14 PowerPoint slides for Lectures 5, 6, 7 and 8 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
   
   
13/11/14 Please note that revised PowerPoint slides and two new sets of slides headed "Electronic Conveyancing National Law" and "Profits" have been uploaded today to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON WEDNESDAY 17 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Real Property lecture scheduled for Wednesday 17 December will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 104 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373.

22/1/15

FOUND - WHITE iPHONE 6

A white iPhone 6 was left in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373 after the Real Property lecture last night. The phone has been taken to the Law School Information Desk, Level 3, New Law School Building and can be picked up from there. The counter is open from 10 am to 4 pm. Telephone (02) 9351 0351.

   
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON MONDAY 15 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Australian Constitutional Law lecture scheduled for Monday 15 December will now be held in Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 159.

   
   
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON THURSDAY 18 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Equity lecture scheduled for Thursday 18 December will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 026 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373.

11/12/14

CANCELLATION OF TONIGHT'S EQUITY LECTURE

We have just been advised that, due to unforeseen circumstances, Mr Peter Radan will not be able to teach this evening. Would you please note, therefore, that tonight's Equity lecture will not take place. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this late cancellation. We will need to notify students at a later date about arrangements for a rescheduled lecture.

14/1/15

RESCHEDULED EQUITY LECTURE ON WEDNESDAY 25 FEBRUARY 2015

An additional lecture has now been organised to make up for the Equity lecture cancelled on 11 December 2014. We understand that Peter Radan will continue to lecture until Thursday 22 January. Cameron Stewart will start his block of lectures on 29 January and there will now be a lecture given by him on Wednesday 25 February as well as the lecture scheduled for Thursday 26 February. The lecture on 25 February will be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373.

   
   
7/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the first lecture have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
18/11/14

REMINDER - NO EVENING LECTURE TONIGHT

We would like to remind Commercial Transactions students that they do not have an evening lecture scheduled for this evening, 18 November. Please refer to your subject guide.

25/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Module 2 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON TUESDAY 16 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Commercial Transactions lecture scheduled for Tuesday 16 December will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 104 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373.

17/12/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Modules 4, 5 and 6 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
9/1/15

QUESTION 3 OF COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS ASSIGNMENT

In response to a student's enquiry as to how question 3 of the assignment should be answered, now that there has been an outcome in regard to the ACCC's allegation against Coles, Ms Noonan has provided the following advice for students.

The fact that there has been an outcome (settlement) will not prevent students from answering the question. The settlement is just one possible outcome and there are other possible outcomes. Students are being asked to choose one example - this is not necessarily the one that was addressed, but might be. The settlement may or may not have been a "success" with respect to the short term, medium term or long term goals of the ACCC.

27/1/15

Please note that PowerPoint slides for Modules 7, 8 and 9 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today. Would evening students please note that Modules 8 and 9 will both be covered in the evening lecture next Tuesday, 3 February.

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
14/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the first four lectures have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
4/12/14 Please note that a paper given by the Hon JD Heydon AC QC, "Is the Weight of Evidence Material to its Admissibility?" has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
17/12/14

EVIDENCE ASSIGNMENT

Ms Miiko Kumar has asked us to pass on the following comments to Evidence students.

"Dear Students, Due to the critical incident at Martin Place on Monday, the lecture on hearsay was cancelled. This means that I have decided that hearsay is not examinable in the assignment. I will award NO marks for hearsay - it is NOT part of the marking guide.


Kind regards
Miiko"

7/1/15

ARRANGEMENTS FOR RESCHEDULED EVIDENCE LECTURE

Would Evidence students please note that the lecture on "Hearsay" that had to be cancelled on 15 December, due to our evacuation from the St James Campus, will now be held on Friday 16 January. It was not possible to arrange a replacement lecture on a Monday evening, as Evidence lectures were already scheduled to continue on Monday evenings until Week 13. The lecture will be held in St James Lecture Theatre 8 as usual.

20/1/15 Please note that amended slides for Lecture 6 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today. Apologies for the delay: the email from Miiko Kumar went into a junk email folder.
   
   
22/12/14

CHANGE OF ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE

Mr O'Brien has asked that Taxation students be informed that, due to the cancellation of the evening lecture on Tuesday 16 December, the due date for the Taxation assignment has been changed. This is so that he can briefly discuss the assignment with evening students in the New Year, as he has already done with weekend school students. Your Taxation assignment should now be submitted by 11.59 pm on Tuesday 20 January 2015.

12/1/15

As Taxation evening lectures are already scheduled to continue until Tuesday 24 February (Week 13), no additional lecture will be organised at this stage to replace that cancelled on 16 December. At the moment Mr O'Brien is aiming to cover all remaining topics in the lectures already scheduled.

   
   
13 Succession 2/12/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the first four lectures and paper on statutory wills have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON WEDNESDAY 17 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Succession lecture scheduled for Wednesday 17 December will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 106 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 375.

17/12/14 PowerPoint slides on the topic of "Rectification and Alterations" have been uploaded to the Webcampus this morning for this evening's lecture.
13/1/15 PowerPoint slides for this week's lecture have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
21/1/15 PowerPoint slides for the second week of the topic "Family Provision" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
   
   
6/11/14

CONVEYANCING SUBJECT GUIDE FOR SUMMER 2014-15 SEMESTER

Mr Bill Henningham has notified us today that the delay in forwarding the Conveyancing subject guide to us has been due to the fact that he and Mr Ross had been hoping to sight a copy of a new Contract of Sale before finalising the subject guide. Unfortunately the new Contract of Sale will not now be available until later this month. It is expected that the subject guide will be available either tomorrow or Monday. However Mr Henningham has confirmed that the prescribed materials will be the same as those for last semester. The subject guide for last semester can be downloaded via the link to "subject pages" on the homepage. Mr Henningham says that he will be going through the list of texts and materials at the first evening lecture and you do not need to purchase any books before that lecture.

26/11/14

CONVEYANCING WEEKEND SCHOOL

Mr Bill Henningham has asked us to let students know that he will be giving the Conveyancing lectures at the weekend school this coming weekend, on Friday 28 November and Saturday 29 November, instead of Mr David Ross.

05/12/14

Please note that a sample copy of the Contract for Sale and Purchase of Land (2014 Edition) has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.

05/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON MONDAY 15 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Conveyancing lecture scheduled for Monday 15 December will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 026 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 375.

   
   
18/11/14

REVISED SUBJECT GUIDE UPLOADED

Please note that a revised subject guide has been uploaded this morning. The only change is to page 4, where the reference to an email sent to students on 22 May 2014 has been deleted. The changes to which that email referred have already been incorporated into this semester's subject guide.

21/11/14

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE ASSIGNMENT

Mr Gowenlock has advised that topics covered by the assignment will be included in the evening lecture on Friday 28 November and the Saturday session at Weekend School 1 on 29 November 2014.

26/11/14

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE ASSIGNMENT

Please note that a revised version of the assignment was uploaded to the Webcampus about fifteen minutes after the original assignment was uploaded. The only change was to clarify that James Day was a director and shareholder in Norths P/L.

12/12/14

Please note that precedents extracted from Pleading Precedents, and accompanying notes provided by Mr Gowenlock, have been uploaded to the Webcampus today.

   
   
21/11/14

LEGAL ETHICS COURSEBOOK AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD

Students who have not yet received a hard copy of the Legal Ethics coursebook can now download a copy from the Course Materials section of the Webcampus. Unfortunately an error was made when preparing the mailing list for the mail-out of the coursebook to weekend school students. We would be grateful if evening lecture students who have received a copy of the coursebook in the post could return their spare copy to us by leaving it in one of the labelled boxes in the lecture theatre. A hard copy of the coursebook will be posted to weekend school students who have not yet received a copy as soon as possible.

12/12/14

LEGAL ETHICS ASSIGNMENT

Please note that the Legal Ethics assignment was originally uploaded (for a very brief period) with an incorrect word limit. The word limit on the assignment has now been corrected and is as stated in the subject guide, i.e. 1200 words.

5/1/15

LEGAL ETHICS ASSIGNMENT

It has been brought to our attention that the word limit stated at the end of the assignment question did not agree with the corrected word limit stated in the instructions and in the subject guide. That error has now been corrected and we would confirm that, as stated above, the word limit is now 1200 words.

   
   
5/12/14

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LECTURE ON THURSDAY 18 DECEMBER

We have been advised that there will be a full power shutdown of the Eastern Avenue and Carslaw Buildings between 15 and 18 December. It has therefore been necessary to find new venues for lectures that were to be held in the Carslaw Building that week. Would you please note that the Jurisprudence lecture scheduled for Thursday 18 December will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 024 instead of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 375.

   
   
7/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides and other materials for the first three lectures have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
14/11/14 Further lecture notes for the first lecture have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
18/11/14

REMINDER - NO EVENING LECTURE TONIGHT

We would like to remind Insolvency students that they do not have an evening lecture scheduled for this evening, 18 November. Please refer to your subject guide.

9/1/15

CHANGE TO LECTURE PROGRAM DUE TO CANCELLED LECTURE ON 16 DECEMBER

As Insolvency evening lectures are already scheduled to continue until Tuesday 24 February (Week 13), no additional lecture will be organised to replace that cancelled on 16 December. Mr Russell has asked us to pass on the following message to students. "As you are all aware the last lecture for 2014 had to be cancelled.

The first lecture for 2015 will now cover Voluntary Administration in detail and Receivership in as much detail as time allows.

The topic of Schemes of Arrangement will become a self study topic.

So by the second lecture of 2015 we will be back on track and will start Bankruptcy."

28/1/15 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Lectures 9, 10 and 11 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this morning.
   
   
   
   
   
14/11/14

REVISED SUBJECT GUIDE FOR FAMILY LAW COURSE

Family Law students should refer to the revised subject guide that has been uploaded today. The changes are to the sequence of the delivery of lectures at evening classes and at the weekend schools.

27/11/14

CHANGE OF VENUE AT WEEKEND SCHOOL 1

Would Family Law students please note that the weekend school lecture scheduled for 12 noon to 4 pm on Sunday 30 November 2014 will now be held in New Law School Seminar Room 107 instead of New Law School Seminar Room 020.

2/12/14

FAMILY VIOLENCE ACT

A link to the Family Violence Act has been added to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.

5/1/15 Updated notes and slides for Topic 7 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
28/1/15

CANCELLATION OF FAMILY LAW LECTURE

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Family Law lecture scheduled for tonight has had to be cancelled. Due to this cancellation, a Family Law evening lecture will now be held on Wednesday 25 February (Week 13) at 6 pm as usual. The venue for this lecture will be confirmed at a later date. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

   
 

 

26/11/14

CHANGE TO WEEKEND SCHOOL TIMETABLING

All Local Government and Planning students should have received an email from us today regarding the change in the timetabling for this subject at the upcoming weekend school. This rescheduling has been necessary so that Mr Bill Henningham will be able to teach both Conveyancing and Local Government and Planning at the weekend school, as Mr Ross, who usually teaches Conveyancing at the weekend schools, will not be able to teach for us this weekend. Lectures in Local Government and Planning will now be held from 8 am to noon on Sunday 30 November in New Law School Seminar Room 020 (as originally scheduled) and then noon to 4 pm the same day (venue to be confirmed), with breaks. Evening lecture students are welcome to attend if they wish to do so.

27/11/14

CONFIRMATION OF VENUE FOR RESCHEDULED LECTURE ON SUNDAY 30 NOVEMBER

We can now confirm that the lecture to be held from noon to 4 pm on Sunday 30 November will be held in New Law School Seminar Room 020 - the same seminar room as the first session.

   
   
18/12/14 Please note that a revised version of the Industrial Law assignment has now been uploaded. There have been only two small changes made: "Matilda" had been used once instead of "Nina" and the words "after the end of the employment" have been added at the end of the final paragraph on page 2.
8/1/15

RESCHEDULING OF INDUSTRIAL LAW LECTURES

Mr Anthony Britt has advised us that he will not now be able to teach on 12 January and 19 January. Therefore there will be no Industrial Law lectures on those dates. As the lectures for this subject already continue to Monday 23 February (Week 13), it will not be possible for the rescheduled lectures to be held on Monday evenings. Please note that these lectures will be held on Tuesday 3 February and Tuesday 10 February. The venue for those lectures will be confirmed as soon as possible.

13/1/15

VENUE FOR RESCHEDULED INDUSTRIAL LAW LECTURES

University Venues has now confirmed our booking of St James Lecture Theatre 8 for the rescheduled Industrial Law lectures on Tuesday 3 February and Tuesday 10 February. St James LT 1 is already being used for another of our courses on those evenings.

   
   
11/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the first lecture have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
18/11/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for Lectures 2 and 3 (Copyright) have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
2/12/14 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the topic "Designs" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
5/12/14 We have been informed that the audio visual equipment in St James Lecture Theatre 9 is faulty and it is unlikely that the problem will be fixed before we close for the Christmas break. The Intellectual Property lectures for the next two Mondays, 8 December and 15 December, will therefore be held in St James Lecture Theatre 7 instead.
18/12/14

CHANGE OF DUE DATE FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ASSIGNMENT

It has been necessary for us to change the due date of the Intellectual Property assignment as the assignment question is not yet available for uploading to the Webcampus and the LEC office is closing this evening for the Christmas break. The assignment question should be available on 5 January, when the office re-opens, and the new due date will be Tuesday 3 February 2015. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by the delay in making the assignment available.

7/1/15

ARRANGEMENTS FOR RESCHEDULED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LECTURE

Would Intellectual Property students please note that, due to the cancellation of the lecture on 15 December, evening lectures will now continue until Monday 23 February (Week 13) in St James Lecture Theatre 9.

7/1/15 The Intellectual Property assignment is now available to students in the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
12/1/15

PROBLEMS WITH A/V EQUIPMENT IN ST JAMES LT9

We have been informed that the audio visual equipment in St James Lecture Theatre 9 has still not been fixed. For the time being, Intellectual Property lectures will be held in St James Lecture Theatre 7 as they were in December.

19/1/15 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the topic "Patents" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
20/1/15 Please note that PowerPoint slides for the topics "Confidential Information" and "Passing Off" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
   
   
11/12/14 Please note that a paper 'War Crimes and Australia' by Mr Ross Anderson has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
   
   
28/10/14

CHANGE OF FORMAT FOR COMPETITION AND CONSUMER LAW COURSE

Would students interested in enrolling in this subject please refer to the subject guide uploaded today. The format of the lecture program has been changed from the evening lecture and weekend school format stated in the Course Information Handbook. Any student who has already enrolled in this subject but will now need to change their enrolment due to the change in format should contact the LEC as soon as possible.

   
   
26 Understanding Legal Language and Legislation 19/11/14 PowerPoint slides for Modules 1 to 3 and grammar notes have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
5/12/14 Please note that there has been a minor change to the instructions provided on the Understanding Legal Language and Legislation assignment uploaded yesterday. The wording "All answers provided in this question must conform to the style guidelines set out for footnoting in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (Third Edition)" has been changed to "All answers must conform to the style guidelines set out for footnoting in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (Third Edition)". That is, the whole assignment should conform to AGLC guidelines. A revised version of the assignment has now been uploaded to the Webcampus.
8/1/15 PowerPoint slides for Modules 4 to 6 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
19/1/15 PowerPoint slides for Legal Research Classes 1 and 2 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today in place of those for Class 1 only. The answers to the Legislation Exercises have also been uploaded.
   
   
 

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