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Learning Law

Authors

Anthony Marinac, Caroline Hart, University of Southern Queensland, Rhianna Chisholm, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Jennifer Nielsen, Southern Cross University, Australia, Asmi Wood, Australian National University, Canberra, Adrian Evans, Monash University, Victoria, Sarah McKibbin, University of Southern Queensland

Description

Learning Law is an accessible and engaging introduction to Australian law for students considering a career in the legal profession. This text teaches students how to deal with legislation and cases, focusing on core topics and contextualisation. This second edition has been thoroughly updated and revised, with significant changes including: six new chapters – First Peoples and the law, research, the ethical lawyer, statutory interpretation, lawyers and clients, becoming a lawyer – more coverage of parliaments and courts, new Living…

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Key features

  • Written in an engaging style designed to demystify the law and get students excited about their law studies and careers
  • Includes a fully integrated interactive ebook, replete with useful links and videos as well as extension and revision questions that allow students to test their own knowledge as they go
  • Encourages students to think critically about the future of the law profession by including an 'Critical Perspectives' boxes and 'Living Law' case studies that highlight the diversity of career opportunities available to law graduates

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