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Legal Research Methods
Human Physiology 1
Introduction to Public Law
Management & Organisation Behaviour
Australian Administrative Law
Australian Legal System In Context
Functional Anatomy of the Limbs
Family Law in Society
Trade Practices Law and Policy
Advocacy and Communication
Corporations Law 1
Wills & Administration of Estates
Human Physiology 2
Criminal Justice Systems
Corporations Law 2
Human Resource Management
Conservation and Sustainability
Criminal Investigation, Procedure and Sentencing
Australian Employment Law
World History 2
Foundations of Social Science Research
Aboriginal Traditions and Policy
Mathematics Knowledge for Teaching 1
Reasoning for Problem Solving
Accounting for Decision Making
Introduction to Marketing
Learning in a Changed World
Equity and Trust
Introduction to Events