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Please note that indicative readings for each module may be subject to change.
|*Constitutional and Administrative Law||LAW 803||1||Ms Rhian Minty|
|*Law of Contract||LAW 800||1||Mr Scott Atkins|
|*Criminal Law||LAW 801||1||Mr Mitchell Davies and Mr Michael Bromby|
|*Legal Systems and Skills I and II||LAW 822/836||1||Mr Michael Bromby|
|*Equity & Trusts||LAW 805||2||Mr Scott Atkins|
|*Law of Tort||LAW 802||2||Ms Laura Panades and Ms Kerry Lewis|
|Commercial Law Facilitation of Transactions; Commercial Law Sale of Goods & Liability||LAW 811/833||2||Mr Scott Atkins|
|Company Law I & II||LAW 806/829||2||Ms Kerry Lewis|
|Law of Evidence: Principles of Evidence & Law of Evidence: Criminal Trial Evidence||LAW 807/831||2||Mr Michael Bromby and Dr Derek O'Brien|
|Family Law: Children Law & Family Law: Law of Adult Relationships||LAW 808/827||2||Ms Rhian Minty|
|Foundations in Dispute Resolution||LAW 840||2||Mr Andrew Perkins|
|*Land Law||LAW 804||3||Ms Kerry Lewis|
|**European Union Law||LAW 810||3||Ms Laura Panades|
|Banking Law I & II||LAW 809/828||3||Mr Andrew Perkins|
|Conflict of Laws: Family Law & Conflict of Laws: Commerce||LAW 812/835||3||Mr Mitchell Davies|
|Dissertation||LAW 813||3||Ms Rhian Minty|
|Employment Law I & II||LAW 816/830||3||Mr Michael Bromby|
|Human Rights & Civil Liberties||LAW 823||3||Ms Rhian Minty|
|Intellectual Property||LAW 814||3||Mr Andrew Perkins|
|Wills and Succession I and II||LAW 825/832||3||Dr Derek O'Brien|
|Environmental Law||LAW 838||3||Ms Kerry Lewis|
* Denotes mandatory module
** Denotes EU Law is a mandatory module for English QLD purposes
Last Updated 2020-07-14