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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.

16/12/15

LAW LIBRARY CHRISTMAS CLOSEDOWN AND OPENING HOURS IN JANUARY AND FEBRUARY 2016

Dear LPAB students

As previously notified, the Law Library will close for the University Christmas / New Year Closedown at 5pm on Thursday 17th December 2015 and will re-open at 9am on Monday 4th January 2016.

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 4th January 2015 to Sunday 28th February 2016 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 31st January 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 2016.

Regards
Patrick O’Mara
LPAB Librarian

   
 

 

4/11/15 PowerPoint slides for tonight's lecture have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
13/11/15 There has been a small adjustment to the first Legal Institutions assignment. Question 1 should read s52C(1), not s5(1).
7/12/15 PowerPoint slides for Topics 8 and 9 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
8/12/15 Please note that updated slides for Topic 9 have been forwarded to us this morning by Mrs Carter and these have now been uploaded to the Webcampus.
6/1/16 PowerPoint slides for the topics "The Court System" and "Tribunals and Alternative Dispute Resolution" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
13/1/16

REVISED LEGAL INSTITUTIONS SUBJECT GUIDE

Would you please download a copy of the revised Legal Institutions subject guide that was uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today. Mrs Carter has now updated the "Materials" section for some of the topics.

2/2/16 PowerPoint slides for Topic 12 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this morning.
   
   
24/11/15

CANCELLATION OF CRIMINAL LAW LECTURE 24 NOVEMBER

Due to unavoidable circumstances, tonight's Criminal Law lecture has been cancelled. Mr Sarginson plans to cover this evening's material in future lectures, so a replacement lecture will not be necessary.

15/12/15

CORRECTION TO ASSIGNMENT AND CHANGE TO ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE

It was brought to our attention that there was an error in the Criminal Law assignment uploaded on 4 December. We contacted the lecturer, who has now confirmed that there was a typographical error in the original assignment and  this has now been rectified and a corrected version uploaded this morning. A sentence towards the end of the assignment question in which David stated, “You said the clock was worth at least $5,000.00” should have read, “You told me it was worth no more than $500.”

Please accept our apologies if this error has caused any confusion. In the circumstances, it has been decided to allow students a few extra days in which to complete the assignment. The Criminal Law assignment is now due by 11.59 pm AEDT on Sunday 10 January 2016.

21/1/16

REMINDER - NO LECTURE ON AUSTRALIA DAY, 26 JANUARY 2016

We have been asked to remind students that there will be no lecture on Tuesday 26 January due to its being the Australia Day public holiday, when the University will be closed. Criminal Law lectures will instead continue until Tuesday 23 February (Week 13).

   
   
13/11/15 PowerPoint slides for Lectures 1 and 2 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
5/1/16

WORD LIMIT FOR TORTS ASSIGNMENT

It has come to our attention that there is some confusion about the word count allowed for the Torts assignment. On the assignment question itself, and in the subject guide, it states that the word limit is 1200 (including footnotes, but excluding bibliography). However, in class Mr Castrission stated that the word limit is 1200 (excluding both footnotes and bibliography).

In consultation with Mr Castrission, who apologises for the confusion caused, it has been decided that students may submit up to 1500 words including footnotes but excluding bibliography. We trust this clears up any confusion.

29/1/16

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR TONIGHT'S EVENING LECTURE

Please note that, due to the double-booking of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373 for this evening, it has been necessary to move tonight's Torts lecture to Carslaw Lecture Theatre 275. This move is just for tonight and next week's Torts lecture will be held in CLT 373 as usual.

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused by this late change of venue.

   
   
20/10/15

CONTRACTS EVENING LECTURES

Would students enrolling in Contracts for the Summer 2015-16 Semester please note that there is an error in the Course Information Handbook and Contracts evening lectures will be held on Monday evenings next semester, as previously advised, and not Thursday evenings as stated in the Handbook.

17/12/15 Slides for Lectures 2, 3, 4 and 6, provided by Alexander Kuklik, have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
   
   
26/11/15

CANCELLATION OF REAL PROPERTY LECTURE ON 2 DECEMBER

Would students please note that Professor Stewart is unable to give the Real Property lecture on Wednesday, 2 December 2015, so it has been cancelled. To make up for this cancellation an additional lecture will be added to the end of the program on 24 February. We will confirm the venue for this lecture closer to the time.

8/12/15

VENUE CONFIRMATION FOR REPLACEMENT REAL PROPERTY LECTURE 24 FEBRUARY

We have now received confirmation of our booking of Carslaw Lecture Theatre 373 for the Real Property lecture now scheduled for 6 pm on 24 February. Please note that this lecture will be held in CLT 373 and not CLT 273, which was not available to us on that night.

   
   
   
   
   
9/12/15 PowerPoint slides for Cameron Stewart's lectures have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
   
   
16/11/15 Slides for Module 2 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
8/12/15 Slides for Module 5 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
15/12/15 Slides for Module 6 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
11/1/16 Slides for Module 7 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
2/2/16 Please note that Mrs Noonan has made some minor amendments to the slides originally uploaded for Modules 7 and 8 and these updated slides were uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus yesterday.
   
   
   
   
13/11/15 It has now been realised that the section of the subject guide headed "Texts and Materials" was not updated correctly by us before the Law of Associations subject guide was uploaded to the website. A corrected version has now been uploaded. We have confirmed with the Co-op Bookshop that the 6th edition of Corporations and Associations: Principles and Issues is now available. However the two-book pack that could be purchased last semester is no longer on sale. Apologies for any confusion caused by our error.
   
   
16/11/15 Slides for Lecture 2 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
16/11/15

Ms Kumar has asked us to pass on the following message to Evidence students:

“In Monday’s class, I referred to a documentary about a Tasmanian case. The documentary is by Eve Ash and is called 'Shadow of Doubt'. See http://shadowofdoubt.tv/.
Miiko Kumar.”

19/11/15 Please note that the Evidence assignment has been uploaded today.
30/11/15 Slides for Lectures 5 and 6 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
13/1/16 Mr Alex Kuklik has now provided slides for the two evening lectures he has given and these have been uploaded to the Webcampus this morning.
   
   
6/11/15 A revised version of the Taxation subject guide has been uploaded this afternoon. A heading on the last page was not showing correctly. The heading "Taxation of Children" can now be seen.
17/12/15

CHANGE OF EVENING LECTURE VENUE AFTER CHRISTMAS BREAK

Would Taxation students please note that evening lectures after the Christmas break will be held in Castlereagh Seminar Room 1814, Level 18, 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, instead of New LSLT 026. An information sheet about the University's new CBD campus will be provided in the week before the lecture scheduled for Tuesday 12 January 2016.

6/1/16

VENUE DETAILS FOR EVENING LECTURES FROM 12 JANUARY

We would like to remind students that, from Tuesday 12 January, Taxation evening lectures will be held in Castlereagh Seminar Room 1814, which is on Level 18 of 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, at the new CBD campus of the University of Sydney. There is no up to date information sheet available at the moment, but 133 Castlereagh Street is between Market and Park Streets, near David Jones' Market Street store. Up until 6 pm, you can gain access via the main entrance in Castlereagh Street. From 6 pm onwards, you will need to enter via the Piccadilly Centre on Pitt Street: go up the escalator and the lifts are by the Daily Grind cafe and to the left of The Palace Chinese restaurant.

The concierge for Level 18, Edgar Salgado, or a colleague of his, will remain on the premises on the evenings we have lectures there. Therefore, if you have any difficulty accessing the floor, please ring him on 0438 111 631.

   
   
   
13 Succession 19/11/15

SUCCESSION TUTORIALS

As stated in the subject guide for Succession, this semester the LEC will be offering two sessions of Succession tutorials, one at each weekend school.

These non-compulsory tutorials will be held at 8 am on the Sunday morning of each weekend school, beginning on 29 November 2015 in New Law School Seminar Room 105. The lecturer will be Mr Andrew Stevens, Barrister.

Succession students intending to participate in the tutorial on Sunday 29 November should download a copy of the Succession Law Tutorial Question Booklet that is now available in the Course Materials section of the Webcampus and prepare answers to the questions for discussion in the tutorial.

It is not necessary for students to submit an expression of interest form or notify us of their intention to attend the tutorial on 29 November. The seminar room should be large enough to seat any Succession student who would like to participate.

2/12/15 Slides for Lecture 4 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
12/1/16 Slides for Lecture 7 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
18/1/16 Slides for Lecture 8 (Family Provision Wk 2) have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
27/1/16

SECOND SUCCESSION TUTORIAL

The second non-compulsory Succession tutorial for this semester will be held during Weekend School 2 from 8 am to 12 noon on Sunday 31 January 2016 in New Law School Seminar Room 107.

An updated Succession Law Tutorial Question Booklet has been uploaded today to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus and students intending to participate in the tutorial should download a copy of the booklet and prepare answers to the questions for discussion in the tutorial. Mr Stevens has asked us to pass on the following message to students: “The updated Tutorial Booklet includes the addition of questions 13 to 21. At the second weekend tutorial we will start from question 12 onwards. We can work back through the other questions if time permits.”

As in the case of the first tutorial, it is not necessary for students to submit an expression of interest form or notify us of their intention to attend the tutorial on 31 January. The seminar room should be large enough to seat any Succession student who would like to participate. All students currently enrolled in Succession are welcome to attend the second tutorial, whether or not they attended the first.

   
   
2/11/15 Mr David Ross has provided notes for Lecture 10 on Elements of Torrens Title - The Advent of Electronical Conveyancing and these have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus.
19/11/15 On Mr Henningham's instructions, the date of the paper by Stephen Climpson, mentioned at the bottom of page 7 of the Conveyancing subject guide, has been changed to 2014. A corrected version of the subject guide has been uploaded.
11/12/15 Would students please note that the Conveyancing assignment was uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus earlier this week. Mr Henningham has asked us to draw this to students' attention, as the assignment has been made available a little earlier than expected.
16/12/15 Please note that Patrick O’Mara has now created a direct link to the catalogue record for Young, Cahill and Newton’s Conveyancing Service New South Wales via the LPAB Conveyancing Supplementary Materials page: http://www.library.usyd.edu.au/libraries/law/lpab/LibraryResourcesLists/LPABConveyancing.html.  Patrick has advised that “the catalogue link takes you directly to the Conveyancing Service New South Wales in LexisNexis AU. The screen in LexisNexis is set to ‘Search’ mode. To browse the table of contents select ‘Browse’ mode at menu on left of screen.”
8/2/16

Mr Ross advises his weekend Conveyancing students that the Great Debate will be held tonight (8 February) in New Law School Lecture Theatre 104. The topic is: "Making requisitions and answering them is just a game that solicitors play in conveyancing matters."

Those who are able to do so are welcome and commended to attend.

   
   
   
   
   
12/11/15 The Legal Ethics subject guide is expected to be uploaded tomorrow in time for the first lecture. You will notice from the lecture program in that subject guide that Mr Pierotti's section of the course will commence on 22 January. Mr Pierotti has asked us to advise students that, although the Legal Ethics Coursebook is available in the Course Materials section of the Webcampus, he is presently updating it to take into account recent changes to the legislation. That updating will be attended to before the Christmas break. The assignment will be available shortly.
7/12/15

CLARIFICATION OF WORD LIMIT, LEGAL ETHICS ASSIGNMENT

It has been brought to our attention that there is a discrepancy between the word limit for the Legal Ethics assignment stated in the subject guide and that given on the assignment itself. We would confirm that the word limit stated on the assignment is correct. This should be 1500 words (including quotes), inclusive of all footnotes but not bibliography. The subject guide will be corrected.

7/1/16

REVISED EDITION OF LEGAL ETHICS COURSEBOOK AVAILABLE

Please note that a revised edition of the Legal Ethics Coursebook has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today. This edition incorporates updates provided recently by Mr Louis Pierotti for his section of the course. No changes have been made to that part of the Coursebook covering Topics 1 to 5.

11/1/16

CHANGE TO LEGAL ETHICS LECTURE PROGRAM

We have been asked to advise students that, as Mr Pierotti will be interstate on Friday 5 February, Mr Sindone will be giving a revision lecture that night in place of the scheduled evening lecture. Therefore all Mr Pierotti's evening lectures after Weekend School 2 will be given one week later than shown on the lecture program on page 4 of the Subject Guide. He will incorporate any revision of his section of the program into the final lecture on 26 February.

   
   
14/12/15 It has now been realised that the evening lecture calendar distributed to students by Mr Chris Birch earlier in the semester is incorrect. The calendar uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus last week is a corrected version, so please refer to that calendar for lecturer information. We have also uploaded a calendar for the weekend schools.
15/12/15 PowerPoint slides for last week's lecture and the lecture scheduled for 17 December on the topic "Critical Legal Studies and Marxism" have been uploaded to the Webcampus this morning.
28/1/16 Updated handouts for tonight's lecture and Weekend School 2, provided by Sophie York, have been uploaded to the Webcampus today.
   
15/12/15 Materials for Lecture 7 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
17/12/15

CHANGE OF EVENING LECTURE VENUE AFTER CHRISTMAS BREAK

Would Insolvency students please note that evening lectures after the Christmas break will be held in Castlereagh Seminar Room 1813, Level 18, 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, instead of New LSLT 104. An information sheet about the University's new CBD campus will be provided in the week before the lecture scheduled for Tuesday 12 January 2016.

6/1/16

VENUE DETAILS FOR EVENING LECTURES FROM 12 JANUARY

We would like to remind students that, from Tuesday 12 January, Insolvency evening lectures will be held in Castlereagh Seminar Room 1813, which is on Level 18 of 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, at the new CBD campus of the University of Sydney. There is no up to date information sheet available at the moment, but 133 Castlereagh Street is between Market and Park Streets, near David Jones' Market Street store. Up until 6 pm, you can gain access via the main entrance in Castlereagh Street. From 6 pm onwards, you will need to enter via the Piccadilly Centre on Pitt Street: go up the escalator and the lifts are by the Daily Grind cafe and to the left of The Palace Chinese restaurant.

The concierge for Level 18, Edgar Salgado, or a colleague of his, will remain on the premises on the evenings we have lectures there. Therefore, if you have any difficulty accessing the floor, please ring him on 0438 111 631.

28/1/16 Materials for Lectures 10, 11 and 12 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
29/1/16 Materials for Lecture 9 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
   
   
10/11/15

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR CONFLICT OF LAWS EVENING LECTURES

Would Conflict of Laws students please note that there has been a change of venue for Conflict of Laws evening lectures in the first half of semester. Those lectures will not now be held in Carslaw Tutorial Room 830, as listed in the Course Information Handbook, as that room does not have the facilities we require. Lectures in the first half of semester will now be held in Architecture Lecture Theatre 3, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, in the Wilkinson Building, which is across City Road on the Darlington Campus. Please refer to the map at https://sydney.edu.au/maps/embed/?building=G04.

Lectures after the Christmas break will be held in New Law School Seminar Room 117 as indicated in the Course Information Handbook.

   
   
10/12/15

FAMILY LAW EVENING LECTURE VENUE AFTER CHRISTMAS BREAK

We have been advised that Mills Lecture Room 209 will not now be available to us during January and February, as the University will be refurbishing that room over the summer period. Family Law lectures after the Christmas break will therefore continue to be held in New Law School Learning Studio 030, as they have been in the first half of the semester.

14/12/15 An article from the November issue of The Monthly, entitled "Suffer the Children: Trouble in the Family Law", has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
11/1/16 It has been brought to our attention that the assignment cover sheet for Family Law still had a box for a student number to be entered. As we now ask students not to include their student number on their assignments or the assignment cover sheet, a revised version of the cover sheet uploaded for future use.
   
 

 

19/11/15

CHANGE OF VENUE FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND PLANNING EVENING LECTURES

Would students please note that there has been a change of venue for Local Government and Planning evening lectures in the first half of semester. From tonight's lecture, all Local Government and Planning evening lectures up to the Christmas break will be held in Carslaw Lecture Theatre 173.

11/12/15 Would students please note that the Local Government and Planning assignment was uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus on 3 December. Mr Henningham has asked us to draw this to students' attention, as the assignment has been made available a little earlier than expected.
14/1/16

ICAC DISCUSSION PAPER UPLOADED TO WEBCAMPUS

As a student has reported that the ICAC Discussion Paper, "Conflicts of Interest and Local Government", 1 July 1991, (included in the readings for Lecture 3) is no longer available on the ICAC's website, a copy has been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Website today.

   
   
6/11/15

VENUE FOR INDUSTRIAL LAW EVENING LECTURES

Would Industrial Law students please note that evening lectures for the first half of the semester, from Monday 9 November until Monday 14 December, will be held in Architecture Lecture Theatre 2, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning, in the Wilkinson Building, which is across City Road on the Darlington Campus. That building is shown on the map at https://sydney.edu.au/maps/embed/?building=G04. Lectures after the study break will be held in New Law School Learning Studio 030.

17/11/15

INDUSTRIAL LAW SUBJECT GUIDE

The subject guide for Industrial Law has now been uploaded. Please accept our apologies for the delay. Please note that the venue for the first session of Weekend School 1 is New Law School Seminar Room 022 as stated in the Course Information Handbook and subject guide. This is not a misprint - we were unable to book New LSSR 020 for that session.

   
   
3/11/15 PowerPoint slides for the first four lectures have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this morning.
3/11/15 A new version of the Intellectual Property subject guide was uploaded to the website this morning. A chapter reference that was missing for the topic "Confidential Information" has been added. There were no other changes.
4/12/15 PowerPoint slides for the topic "Confidential Information" have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus today.
9/12/15

REMINDER - VENUE FOR EVENING LECTURE 14 DECEMBER

This is a reminder that the Intellectual Property evening lecture on Monday 14 December will be given by Ms Therese Catanzariti at 13th Floor, Wentworth Chambers, in Phillip Street, Sydney, near the Law Courts. Ms Catanzariti has asked us to let students know that the building closes at 6 pm, so students will need to arrive before that time in order to gain access. If any student is "really, really" stuck, they will need to contact her on 0458 718 134.

9/12/15

VENUE FOR EVENING LECTURES AFTER THE CHRISTMAS BREAK

The University of Sydney has now refurbished some seminar rooms at 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, to make them more suitable for the University's purposes and we have been able to book one of these for all the Intellectual Property lectures after the Christmas Break. Therefore Intellectual Property lectures from Monday 11 January to Monday 8 February will be held in Castlereagh Seminar Room 1813. This includes the lecture on 25 January, which was to be held in Ms Catanzariti's chambers, but which will now be held at the new CBD campus.

We are waiting for more information about access to this campus to be confirmed and will pass this on once it becomes available.

15/12/15 PowerPoint slides for Copyright Week 1 and Copyright Weeks 2 and 3 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
6/1/16

VENUE DETAILS FOR EVENING LECTURES FROM 11 JANUARY

We would like to remind students that, from Monday 11 January, Intellectual Property evening lectures will be held in Castlereagh Seminar Room 1813, which is on Level 18 of 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, at the new CBD campus of the University of Sydney. 133 Castlereagh Street is between Market and Park Streets, near David Jones' Market Street store. Up until 6 pm, you can gain access via the main entrance in Castlereagh Street. From 6 pm onwards, you will need to enter via the Piccadilly Centre on Pitt Street: go up the escalator and the lifts are by the Daily Grind cafe and to the left of The Palace Chinese restaurant.

The concierge for Level 18, Edgar Salgado, or a colleague of his, will remain on the premises on the evenings we have lectures there. Therefore, if you have any difficulty accessing the floor, please ring him on 0438 111 631.

   
   
28/1/16 Three further handouts have been added to those already available in the Course Materials section of the Webcampus for this subject.
   
   
   
   
   
26 Understanding Legal Language and Legislation 19/11/15 PowerPoint slides for Module 1 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
20/11/15 PowerPoint slides for Modules 2 and 3 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
15/12/15 We have been asked by Patrick O’Mara to let you know that the following chapter has been uploaded to the Supplementary Materials available for Understanding Legal Language and Legislation through the Law Library: Tom Campbell, ‘Ethical Interpretation and Democratic Positivism’ in Suzanne Corcoran and Stephen Bottomley (eds), Interpreting Statutes (The Federation Press, 2005) 83. Pages 88-98 of this chapter are of particular interest.
15/12/15 Please note that the ULL assignment has now been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus. The current version replaces that uploaded earlier this evening. It was realised that the link to the AGLC3 on the earlier version needed to be updated.
16/12/15

READING FOR SECOND SESSION

Susan Carter has asked that students include in their reading for the second session of ULL lectures the chapter made available by Patrick O'Mara via the Law Library (see message posted yesterday), i.e. Tom Campbell, ‘Ethical Interpretation and Democratic Positivism’ in Suzanne Corcoran and Stephen Bottomley (eds), Interpreting Statutes (The Federation Press, 2005) 83.

21/1/16 Mr Peter Radan's notes for his lecture tomorrow afternoon have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this afternoon.
22/1/16 PowerPoint slides for Modules 4, 5 and 6 have been uploaded to the Course Materials section of the Webcampus this morning.
25/1/16

There is an amendment to Question Two, Part (xi) of the assignment.

The new question asks you to find a 2010 case from the Federal Court of Australia examining section 16(2) of the Australian Citizenship Act 2010 (Cth)as opposed to the current question which asks you to find a case examining section 16(2)(c).

Unfortunately, when writing this question, I appear to have been distracted by the references to section 16(2)(c) in the two questions immediately preceding this question. This has caused me to refer to section 16(2)(c) again in Part (xi) when I didn’t mean to.

Note that Part (xii) is unaffected by this change.

My apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Kind regards
Patrick

   
 

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