University of New England

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Faculties under University of New England

LAW101 - Study Notes

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW101 - Law in Context

All of my study notes for all topics studies in LAW101. Great for the open book exam. Completed in 2017.

1 Ex Credit

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Property Law Notes

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW281 - Property Law I

Full semester notes from the 2017 Property Law 1 at the University of New England.

5 Ex Credits

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LAW828 Property Law II Assignment One: Research Assignment

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW282 - Property Law II

property law issues - Co-ownership - Presumption’s of Relationship - Joint Tenancy - Tenants in Common- Rights of Co-o...

2 Ex Credits

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Law 232 Law of Torts II Written Assignment

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW232 - Law of Torts II

Advise the parties of their rights and liabilities in tort. - post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)-Duty of Care-sudden...

2 Ex Credits

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Contract Law II - Written Assignment

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW272 - Law of Contract II

Damages - Entitlement to terminate contract - Actions for Damages - Unconscionable Conduct Paper received a D

2 Ex Credits

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PSYC202 Notes from Textbook & Lectures 2017

This student studied:
University of New England - PSYC202 - Research Methods and Statistics

Includes notes from the Field textbook & lectures, as per learning outcomes for the entire trimester (except week 1). No...

5 Ex Credits

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Constitutional Law Notes

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW220 - Constitutional Law

in depth notes for Constitutional law with case studies included. great for an open book exam

5 Ex Credits

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Advanced Criminal Law Reform Proposal

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW314 - Advanced Criminal Law

Advanced Criminal Law assignment regarding a law reform proposal for Indigenous Australians.

2 Ex Credits

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Advanced Criminal Law Reflection Assignment

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW314 - Advanced Criminal Law

Reflection assignment required on a case, this one was picked on the case of Green.

2 Ex Credits

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Advanced Criminal Law Blogs

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW314 - Advanced Criminal Law

Blogs that were required as part of an assignment of Advanced Criminal Law, received a Distinction.

2 Ex Credits

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Critique of "The Worst Idea in the World" by Hara Estroff Marano

This student studied:
University of New England - PSYC213 - Lifespan Developmental Psychology

Critique assignment - received HD mark (9.5/10). This is a very succinct critique, which was well received.

2 Ex Credits

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LAW313 Assessment

This student studied:
University of New England - LAW313 - Evidence and Proof

What Evidence is admissible in Court using the Evidence Act and its different applications

2 Ex Credits

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