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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.

14/5/15

'ALL IN ONE' LEGAL RESEARCH CLASSES

The 'All in One' Legal Research class scheduled for 9:30am to 12:30pm on Saturday 16th May is now full. Places are still available in all other legal research classes. See page 33 of the Diploma in Law Course Information Handbook for a complete list of classes.

14/5/15

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL FROM LEGAL INSTITUTIONS WEEKEND SCHOOL

Material from the lecture and legal research workshops conducted by Patrick O'Mara at the Legal Institutions Weekend School can now be viewed at Webcampus > Legal Skills > Library Legal Research, including the lecture slides and detailed answers to workshop exercises.

   
 

 

4/5/15 PowerPoint slides for Topics 1 and 3 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today. We have also uploaded the Legal Institutions Introductory Day Materials which should be downloaded by you and brought to the Essential Intensive Introductory Classes on Saturday 9 May and Sunday 10 May.
4/5/15 Ms Susan Carter has asked that all students please read Pepper v Williams in the Legal Institutions Introductory Day Materials before attending the Essential Intensive Introductory Classes this coming weekend.
4/5/15 Three sets of PowerPoint slides for Topic 5 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
14/5/15

'ALL IN ONE' LEGAL RESEARCH CLASSES

The 'All in One' Legal Research class scheduled for 9:30am to 12:30pm on Saturday 16th May is now full. Places are still available in all other legal research classes. See page 33 of the Diploma in Law Course Information Handbook for a complete list of classes.

14/5/15

LEGAL RESEARCH MATERIAL FROM LEGAL INSTITUTIONS WEEKEND SCHOOL

Material from the lecture and legal research workshops conducted by Patrick O'Mara at the Legal Institutions Weekend School can now be viewed at Webcampus > Legal Skills > Library Legal Research, including the lecture slides and detailed answers to workshop exercises.

14/5/15 PowerPoint slides for Topic 4 "The Legal Profession" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
25/5/15

REVISED DUE DATE FOR FIRST LEGAL INSTITUTIONS ASSIGNMENT

The first Legal Institutions assignment for the Winter 2015 semester has been uploaded this afternoon. Would Legal Institutions students please note that the due date of that assignment has been changed to 21 June 2015 due to the late release of the assignment questions.

27/5/15

CORRECTION TO QUESTION 4 OF ASSIGNMENT

Would students please note that there has been a correction made to Question 4 of the Legal Institutions assignment. The amount being charged for the ponchos should read $45,000 and NOT $45. $45,000 is the correct figure. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this error. At Patrick O'Mara's request, we have also added a law report citation for the case Thorton v Shoe Lane Parking.

5/6/15 A referencing summary has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this morning.
2/7/15 Please note that the PowerPoint slides for the presentation "Problem Solving Techniques & Past Exams", given by Mr Philip Pomfret at the Sunday morning session of Weekend School 1, have been uploaded to the Webcampus today.
8/7/15

R v ANN HARRIS

By popular demand, the case R v Ann Harris (1836) 7 C&P 46 has been added to the LPAB Legal Institutions Supplementary Materials page.

8/7/15 PowerPoint slides for Topic 10 "The Court System" have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
8/7/15 PowerPoint slides for Topic 11 "Tribunals and Alternative Dispute Resolution" have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
9/7/15 A student has brought to our attention a citation error in the list of cases under Topic 7 in the Legal Institutions subject guide. The correct citation is R v L (1994) 49 FCR 534 and not R v L (1994) 49FCR 543. A corrected version of the subject guide has been uploaded today.
21/7/15 An indicative timetable for the Legal Institutions lectures at Weekend School 2 has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
22/7/15 PowerPoint slides for Topics 13, 14 and 15 have now been unloaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
   
   
9/6/15

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR TONIGHT'S CRIMINAL LAW LECTURE

We have just been informed by University Venues that the A/V equipment in Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1 is not working properly and that they have had to move tonight’s Criminal Law lecture into Chemistry Lecture Theatre 2. That lecture theatre is right next door to ChLT1, so finding it should not be a problem, but it is a smaller venue, so we hope that you are not too uncomfortable. The technicians will be attempting to fix the A/V problem this evening.

21/7/15

CANCELLATION OF TONIGHT'S CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE LECTURE (21 JULY)

As Ms Chrysanthou indicated might be the case, in her evening lecture last week, we can now confirm that there will be no Criminal Law evening lecture this evening, 21 July. We would apologise for the late confirmation of this cancellation.

   
28/5/15 PowerPoint slides for Lecture 3 and Weekend School 1 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
9/7/15 A document entitled "Negligence: Interesting Cases on Foreseeability" has been uploaded to the Webcampus this morning.
   
   
9/6/15

CONTRACTS TEXTBOOK NOW AVAILABLE IN LAW LIBRARY

Dear LPAB Contracts Students

Six copies (with hopefully more copies to follow soon) of the following textbook are now available in the Law Library:

• Radan, Gooley & Vickovich, Principles of Australian Contract Law, Cases and Materials, 3rd ed. LexisNexis, 2015

Here is the Library Catalogue link:

http://opac.library.usyd.edu.au:80/record=b4945905~S4
  

Kind regards
Patrick O'Mara
Librarian (LPAB Students)

11/6/15 PowerPoint slides for lectures 5 to 8 and Weekend School 2 - Remedies have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this evening.
27/7/15 Ms Helen Saunders will now be giving tonight's lecture and has provided PowerPoint slides on the topic "Discharge by Performance, Breach and Repudiation" which have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
   
   
13/5/15 All PowerPoint slides currently available for this subject have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
   
   
14/5/15 Please note that the words "(Australian Eastern Standard Time)" have been added after "11:59pm" in the final paragraph of the instructions on the Australian Constitutional Law assignment.
6/7/15

LECTURE VENUE FOR SECOND HALF OF SEMESTER

It has been brought to our attention today that the subject guide for Australian Constitutional Law does not give the venue for evening lectures in the second half of the semester. Please note that, from tonight, the lectures will be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 159 and NOT Eastern Avenue Auditorium as in the first half of the semester.

   
   
5/6/15

RESCHEDULING OF EQUITY EVENING LECTURE

As mentioned in the lecture program in the Equity subject guide, it has been necessary to reschedule the evening lecture that should have been held on 9 July, as Mr Radan will not be available to teach on that date. Please be advised that that lecture will now be held from 6 pm to 9 pm on Friday 19 June 2015 in Chemistry Lecture Theatre 3. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this rescheduling; we hope that holding the lecture on a Friday evening will minimise the chance of any clashes with other subjects.

19/6/15 Please note that a document relating to Gerace v Auzhair Supplies Pty Ltd has been uploaded to the Webcampus today. This relates to materials to be covered by Mr Radan in tonight's lecture.
24/6/15

FURTHER CHANGE TO EQUITY LECTURE PROGRAM

Would Equity students please note that Professor Cameron Stewart, who will be giving the Equity lectures after the study break, will not now be available to lecture on Thursday 13 August and therefore we will need to reverse our cancellation of the evening lecture on Thursday 9 July. Mr Stewart will, therefore, be giving his first lecture on Thursday 9 July; there will be no Equity lecture on Thursday 13 August; and the final lecture for this subject will be on Thursday 20 August. Therefore, apart from Week 13, topics will be covered one week earlier than shown in the subject guide.

Would any student who has made alternative plans for 9 July, due to the initial cancellation of the lecture on that date, please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

30/6/15

CONFIRMATION OF EVENING LECTURE VENUE FOR SECOND HALF OF SEMESTER

We would confirm that all Equity evening lectures in the second half of the semester will be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373, including the lecture on Thursday 9 July.

   
11/5/15 PowerPoint slides for Lecture 1 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
26/5/15 PowerPoint slides for Module 3 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
2/6/15 Diagrams for tonight's evening lecture have been provided by Mr Julius Mendel and have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus. If possible, would you please download these diagrams and take them to the lecture.
16/6/15 PowerPoint slides for Modules 4 to 6 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
14/7/15 PowerPoint slides for Modules 7 and 8 have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
28/7/15 PowerPoint slides for Modules 9 to 12 and a PDF document "In the matter of Maiden Civil (P & E) Pty Ltd - as printed Law Society Journal Article" have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
   
   
14/7/15

CHANGE OF LECTURE VENUE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LAW LECTURE 15 JULY

We have been notified by the University’s Campus Infrastructure and Services that there is some work that urgently needs to be carried out in the Chemistry Building. This will affect Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1 from tomorrow morning until Friday evening this week. Therefore,  if you attend Administrative Law evening lectures, would you please note that the lecture scheduled for tomorrow night (15 July) will now be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 173 and not Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1. At this stage it is expected that Administrative Law lectures will return to the Chemistry Building from next week, as CLT 173 is booked for other University of Sydney lectures in subsequent weeks.

15/7/15

CHANGE OF LECTURE VENUE FOR ADMINISTRATIVE LAW LECTURES ON BOTH 15 JULY AND 22 JULY

If you attend Administrative Law evening lectures, would you please note that the lectures scheduled for both 15 July and 22 July will now be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 173. Lectures will then return to Chemistry Lecture Theatre 1 for the remainder of the semester.

   
   
2/7/15

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LAW OF ASSOCIATIONS LECTURES AFTER STUDY BREAK

Would Law of Associations students please note that evening lectures after the study break will now be held in New Law School Lecture Theatre 106 and not Carslaw Lecture Theatre 275 as stated in the Law of Associations subject guide.

   
   
19/5/15 PowerPoint slides on the topic "Witnesses" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
21/5/15 PowerPoint slides on the topic "Admissions" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
24/7/15

LECTURER - WEEKEND SCHOOL 2

Due to the late unavailability of regular lecturing staff, this weekend’s  Evidence Weekend School will be taken by Mr Alexander Kuklik.

Alex is a practising barrister and experienced lecturer. He has just completed an intensive lecturing engagement in Evidence for the Faculty of Law.

The topics to be covered are as scheduled in the Subject Guide.

28/7/15

Mr Alexander Kuklik has provided materials for topics covered by him at Weekend School 2 and these have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
28/7/15 Please note that a revised version of the materials for Law of Evidence Part 1 has been uploaded. Some contact details in the original version were incorrect and these have now been deleted.
   
 

GUIDELINES FOR TAXATION ASSIGNMENT

In response to queries received from students, Mr Tony O’Brien has asked us to pass on the following advice: “In answering the Tax Assignment Question students need to discuss:

  1. the tax implications of the loans from International Ltd to John (but not consider any issues as deductibility for International Ltd);
  2. whether John is assessable on the box of meat given to him by Fred (but not consider any issues of deductibility for Fred);
  3. whether Fred is assessable on the payment made by him by John as a consequence of the damage to the shop (but not consider any issues of deductibility for John).”
   
   
13 Succession 11/6/15

CANCELLATION OF SUCCESSION LECTURE

Would Succession students please note that the evening lecture scheduled for Wednesday 17 June has been cancelled, as Mr Brown will not now be available to teach on that date. As Mr Brown believes that all topics can be covered in the remaining lectures, it is not intended, at this stage, that a replacement lecture be organised.

8/7/15 PowerPoint slides for tonight's lecture (Family Provision Part 1) have been uploaded to the Webcampus this morning. We have emailed Mr Brown regarding slides for the earlier topics.
21/7/15 Further PowerPoint slides have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
   
   
22/7/15

CHANGE OF LECTURE VENUE FOR CONVEYANCING CLASS 27 JULY

As the Conveyancing class on Monday 27 July will take the form of a workshop rather than lecture, the venue for that class has been changed. Would students please go to New Law School Seminar Room 020 next Monday, for 6 pm as usual. This change of venue is only for the one week. The remaining evening lectures for the semester will be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 375. Further information regarding the workshop and topics to be discussed is expected to available for forwarding to students later today. Weekend school students are welcome to attend and participate in this workshop.

23/7/15

Further details about the Conveyancing workshop on Monday 27 July, including the topics to be discussed, have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.

   
   
   
   
19/6/15

UNSATISFACTORY PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

In the second lecture, when discussing unsatisfactory professional conduct, I referred to articles in the Law Society Journal by Frank Riley and Rosemary MacDougal. Unfortunately I have yet to locate the reference to the article by Riley – although he has a section in the Solicitor’s Manual – however, the following is the reference to the article by MacDougal – “Unsatisfactory Professional Conduct. What is it?” – Law Society Journal, vol 29, no 3, March 1991, pp 42-45.
23/6/15

Mr Pierotti has now asked us to upload the following message from him.

"Further to my note of last week, the citation to the article by Frank Riley is as follows:

Volume 36
June 1998
page 64
"Unsatisfactory professional conduct to be published in Tribunal reports" - Frank Riley"

7/7/15 The above articles about unsatisfactory professional conduct have now been added to the LPAB Legal Ethics Supplementary Materials page.
   
   
9/6/15 Calendars for this semester have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus. These show which lecturer will be giving which lecture.
7/7/15

Please note that the Jurisprudence evening lecture program for the second half of semester has been revised and the revised calendar has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.

Topics will now be covered in a different order to that shown on the original calendar. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by these changes.

   
   
19/5/15

CORRECTION TO INSOLVENCY ASSIGNMENT

Please note that an error in the Insolvency assignment originally uploaded has been brought to Mr Russell's attention. The question should have asked students to advise the Europa directors (and not the Jupiter directors) about the company's legal position, and their own legal position. A corrected version of the assignment has now been uploaded to the Webcampus.

12/6/15

RESCHEDULING OF INSOLVENCY LECTURE

We would confirm that Insolvency evening lectures will resume after the study break on Tuesday 14 July rather than 7 July as stated in the Course Information Handbook and Subject Guide. We understand that Mr Russell has already discussed this rescheduling with evening students. Insolvency evening lectures will now continue this semester until Tuesday 18 August (Week 13).

23/6/15

RESCHEDULED INSOLVENCY LECTURE

We can now confirm that the final Insolvency lecture for the semester, which will now be on 18 August, will be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 175, as will the other Insolvency lectures in the second half of semester.

   
   
26/6/15

VENUE FOR SECOND HALF OF WINTER 2015 SEMESTER

Please note that Conflict of Laws evening lectures in the second half of the semester will be held in New Law School Seminar Room 115, as in the first half.

   
   
1/5/15 Please note that a corrected version of the subject guide was uploaded this morning. Unfortunately the dates of the study break in the subject guide originally uploaded had not been updated for the coming semester. Apologies for any confusion this has caused.
12/5/15 A list of recent authorities has today been added to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus. The list has been forwarded to the Law Library and it is hoped that links to the cases will be available via the supplementary materials page shortly.
22/5/15

In response to an enquiry about the assignment received from a Family Law student, Ms Cotter-Moroz has asked us to post the following message:

“The assignment requires the student to prepare a detailed submission to the proposed amendments. The question is broad enough to allow the student flexibility in the way in which their submission is structured and the emphasis that the student chooses to place on some or all of the proposed amendments to which their submission relates. However, it is expected that the student will support their submission by considering the reason/s for the proposed amendment as well as a prognosis of whether or not the proposed amendment will be effective and that this will include a consideration of relevant case law."

26/6/15

Ms Cotter-Moroz has asked us to advise students that there WILL be a lecture on 8 July 2015, as scheduled.

   
 

 

 

EVENING LECTURE VENUE FOR SECOND HALF OF SEMESTER

Evening lectures after the study break will be held in Mills TR 205, as they were in the first half of semester.

23/7/15

PECUNIARY INTEREST TRIBUNAL CASES

A number of Pecuniary Interest Tribunal cases that are referred to in the subject guide but are no longer publicly available have been added to the LPAB Local Government and Planning Supplementary Materials page. See http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/libraries/law/lpab/LibraryResourcesLists/LPABLocGovPlanning.htm

Regards
Patrick O’Mara
Librarian (LPAB Students)
   
   
3/7/15

REVISED DUE DATE FOR INDUSTRIAL LAW ASSIGNMENT

Due to the delay in making the Industrial Law assignment questions available to students, the assignment due date has been changed so that students will have four weeks in which to complete the assignment. Please note that the assignment will now be due by 11:59 pm on Thursday 30 July and not 23 July as stated in the subject guide.

   
   
11/5/15 Two sets of PowerPoint slides for Lecture 1 have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
14/5/15 Please note that the words "(Australian Eastern Standard Time)" have been added after "11:59pm" in the final paragraph of the instructions on the Intellectual Property assignment.
18/5/15 PowerPoint slides for Lecture 2 have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
15/6/15 PowerPoint slides for the topic "Confidential Information" have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
6/7/15 Two sets of PowerPoint slides for the topic "Copyright" have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
8/7/15

CHANGE OF LECTURE VENUE FOR 13 JULY AND 20 JULY

We have been notified by Ms Therese Catanzariti, who was to give the Intellectual Property evening lecture scheduled for this week, that the lecture did not go ahead due to a misunderstanding regarding the venue.

As the building at 175 Phillip Street, which formerly housed the University of Sydney’s St James Campus, has been sold by the University, we were only permitted to hold lectures there until 20 June. All our lectures will now be held on the University’s main campus. In the case of the Intellectual Property lectures, these were scheduled to be held in New Law School Learning Studio 030 each Monday evening from 6 July to 10 August. However, Ms Catanzariti, who will also be giving the lectures on Monday 13 July and Monday 20 July, has arranged for the conference room at her chambers to be made available for the Intellectual Property lectures on those dates. Therefore, if you attend the evening lectures, would you please go to her chambers at 13 Wentworth Chambers, 13/180 Phillip St, Sydney (13th Floor, Wentworth Chambers) next Monday, 13 July, and the following Monday, 20 July. As there is no A/V equipment there, would you please download or print out the lecture slides before going to the lectures.

It is intended that the final three lectures will be held in New Law School Learning Studio 030 as stated in the Intellectual Property subject guide.

We would apologise to students who went to the New Law School Building on Monday and for any inconvenience caused by the change in venue for the next two weeks. If anyone needs further information about the replacement venue, please email or phone this office.

   
   
11/6/15 Additional handouts have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
26/6/15

NEW VENUE FOR SECOND HALF OF WINTER 2015 SEMESTER

Please note that Public International Law evening lectures in the second half of the semester will be held in New Law School Seminar Room 117 and NOT in New Law School Annexe Seminar Room 446, the venue for lectures in the first half.

   
   
   
   
26 Understanding Legal Language and Legislation 9/6/15 PowerPoint slides for Modules 1 to 3 have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
23/6/15

VENUES FOR SECOND SESSION OF ULL COURSE

New venues have now been found for the second session of the ULL course. The session with Patrick O'Mara will still take place in the Law Library's Computer Training Room 2 as shown in the subject guide. However the lectures from 1 pm to 5 pm on Friday 31 July will be held in New Law School Seminar Room 028 and lectures from 9 am to 5 pm on Saturday 1 August 2015 will be held in New Law School Seminar Room 022. These are larger seminar rooms than that used for the first session.

14/7/15 PowerPoint slides for Modules 4 to 6 have now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
   
   
 

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