International Law (11267.1)
|Level:||Level 3 - Undergraduate Advanced Unit|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Business, Government & Law|
|Discipline:||Canberra Law School|
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Year Teaching Period Convener Mode of Delivery 2020 Summer Semester MR Sascha Dov BACHMANN (Ph: ) INTENSIVE
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- Summer Semester, 2019/20, INTENSIVE, BRUCE (198611) - View
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This unit provides students with an understanding of the principles, sources, processes and institutions of both public and private international law. The relationship between international and domestic law is considered where relevant. An understanding of the development and relevance of public and private international law in relation to a number of contemporary challenges is also considered.
This unit may be co-taught with a PG version of the unit.
After successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:
1. Identify, explain and analyse the core principles of public international law;
2. Identify, explain and analyse the core principles of private international law; and
3. Use legal research and analysis, problem solving and writing to apply international law principles in practice.
UC - Canberra, Bruce
Summer Semester, 2019/20
On-Campus Attendance is expected in Set Time Blocks (INTENSIVE)
- Essay 1: Critical reflection on history and examples of Targeted Killings as part of the wider ‘kill or capture’ operations based on W1 reading exercise with a law/ International Relations focus (30 )
- Students are required to provide a 4200 words Research Essay on the subject which will be released in week 1. (70 )
- On-Campus Attendance is expected in Set Time Blocks (INTENSIVE)
- Summer Semester, 2019/20
One 2 hour lecture and one 1 hour problem-based learning activity per week.
This unit is only available to students in a Bachelor of Laws or Bachelor of Justice Studies course.
Students must have passed at least 36 credit points, including unit 11251 Foundations of Law and Justice.
8062 International Law 7038 International Trade Law
- ARSC03 Bachelor of Arts/ Bachelor of Laws
- MGSC03 Bachelor of Business/ Bachelor of Laws
- MGSC01 Bachelor of Commerce/ Bachelor of Laws
- ARSC02 Bachelor of Communication and Media/ Bachelor of Laws
- NPSC02 Bachelor of Forensic Studies/ Bachelor of Laws
- SCB001 Bachelor of Justice Studies
- SCNP01 Bachelor of Justice Studies/Bachelor of Forensic Studies
- SCB101 Bachelor of Laws
- SCAR03 Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Design
- SCSC02 Bachelor of Politics and International Relations/ Bachelor of Laws
- SCSC01 Bachelor of Science in Psychology/ Bachelor of Laws
- NPSC01 Bachelor of Science/ Bachelor of Laws