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Overview of the Australian Legal System and the place of Australia in Global Law The Courts in Action Common Law Courts: History and Method The Royal Courts and the development of a Common Law The Early Lawyers and the Development of Law Reporting The Doctrine of Precedent and the Development of the Common Law Introduction to Intentional Torts (Assault, Battery & False Imprisonment) The doctrine of precedent in action: the rise of negligence Conflicts between King, Parliament and the Common Law The Idea of Law in the Civil War and the Glorious Revolution The Development of the Idea of the Rule of Law Introduction to Legal Problem Solving Introduction to statutory interpretation The Impact of Settlement on the Indigenous Inhabitants The Settlement of NSW and the Reception of English law The development of parliamentary democracy and the Federation The Constitutional Framework of the States and the Move to Independence A brief introduction to the Commonwealth Constitution Precedent and Change Independent Attitudes, Race and Justice Theories of Judicial Decision Making and the Doctrine of Precedent The modern lawyer’s role in the rule of law The lawyer’s identity as a professional The resilient lawyer Classification in Australian Law The Public/Private Distinction and the Role of Public Policy The Modern Distinction between Law and Equity

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