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Law Reform: Right to Silence

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Murdoch University - BJU300 - Legal Theory and Research

The role of law reform in the criminal investigation process is to ensure that the law is kept constant and up to date a...

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POL335 - Policing, Intelligence and Counterterrorism Essay 1

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Murdoch University - POL335 - Policing, Intelligence and Counterterrorism

First 1,500 word essay for POL335 - Policing, Intelligence and Counterterrorism. Essay topic/question: Security agen...

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POL335 - Policing, Intelligence and Counterterrorism Second Essay

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Murdoch University - POL335 - Policing, Intelligence and Counterterrorism

Second 1,500 word essay for OPOL335 - Policing, Intelligence and Counterterrorism. Essay Question/topic: Using examp...

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Constitutional Law Exam Notes

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Murdoch University - LLB259 - Constitutional Law

These exam notes cover everything that was taught during the semester. The notes include cases and answer plans for pro...

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Contract Law Exam Notes

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Murdoch University - LLB260 - Contract Law

These contract law notes cover everything that is examinable. It includes case notes.

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Law of Costs Test Notes

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Murdoch University - LLB210 - Law of Costs

These test notes break down what was covered in the intensive by topics. It is a compilation of the notes from the topi...

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Torts Exam Notes Condensed Exam Study Sheet

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Murdoch University - LLB152 - Torts

Murdoch University tends to only allow 2 double-sided pages of notes for the exam. This format is the best way to bring...

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Notes for Criminal Law Exam

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Murdoch University - LLB130 - Criminal Law and Procedure

The following notes provide the elements for each code covered and sample answer plans, a must have when learning to pro...

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LLB468 Exam Notes

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Murdoch University - LLB468 - Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Includes topics such as: candour, professional independence, confidentiality, duty to the court, conflict of interest.

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Essay - s 44(i) Constitutional Dispute

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Murdoch University - LLB259 - Constitutional Law

Essay on the eligibility of elected parliamentarians under s. 44(i) of the Australian Constitution - 2017

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Joint Tenancy vs Tenancy in Common - Essay

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Murdoch University - LLB254 - Property Law B

This essay discusses what is Joint Tenancy, what is Tenancy in Common, how Joint Tenancy is severed and the advantages a...

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World Religions Essay

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Murdoch University - REL101 - World Religions

This essay contrasts the virtue of ethics and the virtue of obligation within the religion of Hinduism.

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