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Postgraduate Masters degrees and graduate diPloMas
01    Welcome from the Dean
03    A postgraduate degree
04    Studying in Sydney at UNSW
06    Areas of study
08    The learning environment
10    International opportunities & engagement
12    The academic faculty
14    Program structure
16    > Master of Laws
26    > Master of Business Law
28    > Master of Criminal Justice & Criminology
30    > Master of Dispute Resolution
32    > Master of Human Rights Law & Policy
34    > Master of International Law & International Relations
36    > Graduate Diploma in Applied Intellectual Property
37    > Master of Law & Management
38    > Master of Legal Studies
39    > UNSW JD
40    Index of courses
42    > Detailed course information for 2011
106   Entry & fees
107   How to apply
108   2011 timetable
116   Contact details
i aM Pleased to welcoMe you as you                                              School, the Australian School of Taxation (Atax) and the Australian School of
                                                                                Business. The Master of Criminal Justice and Criminology will offer courses
consider Postgraduate studies with                                              from the Law School and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
the Faculty oF law at the university                                            Globally, environmental law (including climate change law and natural
oF new south wales.                                                             resources law) is evolving at a phenomenal pace, so it is a real highlight to be
                                                                                offering the new Master of Laws - Environmental Law specialisation in 2011.
We are proud to offer students over 30 postgraduate programs and in excess
of 120 courses in 2011.                                                         All our programs are supported by a teaching faculty which ranks among
                                                                                the finest in the Asia Pacific region. UNSW is a leading research-intensive
UNSW Faculty of Law is in the very top tier of Australian law faculties. The    university and the Faculty’s outstanding research informs, inspires and
pre-eminence of our teaching, research excellence and the outstanding           enlivens our teaching.
support we provide students at every level are the characteristics that
continue to attract the most talented teachers, researchers and students from   Our international visitors, the international standing of the Faculty, and the
Australia and internationally.                                                  international opportunities for study which are available to our students
                                                                                combine to give our programs an outstanding international flavour.
Our flexible postgraduate programs harness a comprehensive selection
of courses from the Law School, Australian School of Taxation, Australian       We are pleased to be able to offer so many programs to both law and
School of Business and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.                 non-law graduates. A key feature of the UNSW study experience is the
                                                                                opportunity to engage, network and learn from fellow students and teachers –
Programs such as the Master of Laws are well-established and lauded for         a diverse student cohort only enhances this experience.
their academic quality, where classic courses sit alongside new and emerging
topics, allowing our students to tailor a program to their own requirements.    Thank you for considering our programs and I look forward to welcoming you
                                                                                as a UNSW student.
Other programs, such as the Master of Business Law and Master of Criminal
Justice and Criminology, are new in 2011 and I’m excited by their potential.
These programs offer opportunities for advanced study to students whose
                                                                                Professor DaviD Dixon
                                                                                Dean
first degree was not in law. The Master of Business Law will enable students
                                                                                Faculty of Law
to select courses from three distinguished UNSW Schools – the Law




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sPecialist                            RigoRous                                convenient                              DiveRse                                 inter-
With over 30 postgraduate             Our programs are recognised             Courses are offered in a variety of     With most of our programs
                                                                                                                                                              disciPlinary
programs and more than 120            as rigorous and challenging.            formats - including weekly classes,     open to both law and non-law
                                                                                                                                                              A feature of many of our
courses on offer, you can select      Consequently, our students are          intensive seminars, flexible distance   graduates, your fellow students
                                                                                                                                                              postgraduate programs is the
a study program that suits your       recognised as having the right skills   learning and summer school options      will bring a wealth of experience
                                                                                                                                                              interdisciplinary opportunities they
professional or personal needs.       and attributes to succeed.              – so you’ll have the opportunity        to the classroom. For many of
                                                                                                                                                              represent. Depending on your
                                                                              to create a study timetable             our postgraduate students, a
                                                                                                                                                              program, you may be able to select
Our programs span 12 specialist       For practising lawyers, we will help    which supports your existing            real highlight of their studies
                                                                                                                                                              courses from the School of Law,
study areas:                          you build the legal knowledge and       commitments.                            is the opportunity to establish
                                                                                                                                                              Australian School of Taxation,
                                      develop the skills and understanding                                            new professional networks and
                                                                                                                                                              Australian School of Business or the
>   Business Law                      to provide the very best legal advice   In addition, evening classes held       friendships.
                                                                                                                                                              Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
>   Corporate & Commercial Law        to your firm and clients. Mandatory     at our Sydney CBD Campus allow
>   Criminal Justice & Criminology    Continuing Legal Education              full-time workers to undertake          An international focus, exciting
                                                                                                                                                              For many of our postgraduate
>   Dispute Resolution                (MCLE) units can be claimed for         postgraduate study with greater         overseas study opportunities, a
                                                                                                                                                              students, the work undertaken
>   Environmental Law                 postgraduate study considered           convenience.                            wealth of internationally focussed
                                                                                                                                                              by the Faculty’s highly regarded
>   Human Rights Law                  relevant to your immediate or                                                   courses and a first-class teaching
                                                                                                                                                              research centres, institutes and
>   Intellectual Property             long-term needs in relation to your                                             faculty featuring distinguished
                                                                                                                                                              groups has been invaluable to their
>   International Business &          professional development and                                                    international visitors all combine to
                                                                                                                                                              study experience. The Australian
    Economic Law                      practise of the law.                                                            offer you a study experience which
                                                                                                                                                              Human Rights Centre, Cyberspace
>   International Law                                                                                                 will take you beyond Australia’s
                                                                                                                                                              Law & Policy Centre and the Gilbert
>   Law                                                                                                               borders.
                                                                                                                                                              + Tobin Centre for Public Law,
>   Media & Technology Law
                                                                                                                                                              among others, regularly provide
>   Taxation
                                                                                                                                                              unique collaboration opportunities
                                                                                                                                                              with our postgraduate programs.
Course and program offerings are
continually reviewed to ensure that
the curriculum accurately reflects
and anticipates the growing needs
of both our students and industry.




                                                                                "our students are recognised as havin g the right
                                                                                                skil s and attributes to succeed."
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     sydney is the                         beaches and a stunning natural
                                           coastline engage locals and visitors
                                                                                  Situated on a 38-hectare site just 6
                                                                                  kilometres from the Sydney CBD is
     gateway to                            all year round.                        the main UNSW campus, located
     australia and                         Whilst our beaches dazzle, it is the
                                                                                  in Sydney’s fashionable eastern
                                                                                  suburbs and only 10 minutes from
     hoMe to More                          world-renowned Sydney Harbour          world-famous Bondi Beach.
     than Four                             which provides the city’s most
     Million PeoPle.                       glamorous focal point. The UNSW
                                           CBD Campus is only a short walk
                                           from the busy harbour, which is
     Australia’s first and largest city,
                                           dominated by the awe-inspiring
     Sydney is a confident and energetic
                                           Sydney Opera House and Sydney
     place, where outdoor cafes buzz
                                           Harbour Bridge.
     and fresh seafood dominates local
     restaurant menus.

     With more than 340 sunny
     days each year, Sydney has an
     invigorating vitality which draws
     people outside. Beautiful sandy
with More than
45,000 students,
the university oF
new south wales
is an intellectual
hub, attracting
the best
scholars and
students FroM
around australia
and the world.
As one of Australia’s leading research
and teaching institutions, we take
pride in the broad range and high
quality of our teaching programs.

UNSW Law School was founded
on a new vision of legal education;
one committed to excellence, to
                                         "UNSW Law School was founded
scholarship, to the fundamental           on a new vision of legal
principles of the rule of law and
justice for all.                          education."



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business law                                    disPute                                       intellectual                                   law
Master of Business Law p.26
                                                resolution                                    ProPerty                                       Master of Laws by Coursework* p.15
Graduate Diploma in Business Law p.26                                                                                                        Master of Business Administration / Master of
                                                Master of Laws- Dispute Resolution* p.17      Master of Laws - Innovation Law* p.19
                                                                                                                                             Laws* p.21
                                                Master of Dispute Resolution p.30             Graduate Diploma in Law – Innovation Law*
                                                                                                                                             Master of Law & Management p.37
corPorate &                                     Graduate Diploma in Law – Dispute
                                                Resolution* p.17
                                                                                              p.19
                                                                                              Graduate Diploma in Applied Intellectual
                                                                                                                                             Graduate Diploma in Law* p.15

coMMercial law                                  Graduate Diploma in Dispute Resolution p.30   Property p.36
                                                                                                                                             UNSW JD (Juris Doctor) p.39


Master of Laws - Corporate & Commercial
Law* p.16                                       environMental                                 international                                  Media &
Graduate Diploma in Law - Corporate &
                                                law                                           business &                                     technology law
Commercial Law* p.16
                                                Master of Laws - Environmental Law* p.18
                                                                                              econoMic law                                   Master of Laws - Media & Technology Law*
                                                                                                                                             p.20
criMinal Justice                                Graduate Diploma in Law – Environmental
                                                Law* p.18
                                                                                              Master of Laws - International Business &      Graduate Diploma in Law – Media &

& criMinology                                                                                 Economic Law* p.19
                                                                                              Graduate Diploma in Law – International
                                                                                                                                             Technology Law* p.20


Master of Laws - Criminal Justice &             huMan rights                                  Business & Economic Law* p.19
                                                                                                                                             taxation
Criminology* p.17
                                                law
Master of Criminal Justice & Criminology p.28
Graduate Diploma in Law - Criminal Justice &
                                                                                              international                                  Master of Laws – Taxation* p.21
Criminology* p.17
Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice &
                                                Master of Laws - Human Rights & Social
                                                Justice* p.18
                                                                                              law                                            Master of Laws - Corporate, Commercial Law
                                                                                                                                             & Taxation* p.16
                                                Master of Human Rights Law & Policy p.32                                                     Graduate Diploma in Law – Taxation* p.21
Criminology p.28                                                                              Master of Laws - International Law* p.20
                                                Graduate Diploma in Law – Human Rights &                                                     Graduate Diploma in Law - Corporate,
                                                                                              Master of International Law & International    Commercial Law & Taxation* p.16
                                                Social Justice* p.18
                                                                                              Relations p.36
                                                Graduate Diploma in Human Rights Law &
                                                                                              Graduate Diploma in Law – International Law*   *Available to law graduates only. All other programs
                                                Policy p.32
                                                                                              p.20                                           are open to non-law graduates with a relevant
                                                                                              Graduate Diploma in International Law &        bachelor degree.
                                                                                              International Relations p.36




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                                                                                                            law library
                                                                                                            The UNSW Freehills Law Library,
                                                                                                            located in the Law Building at the
                                                                                                            Kensington campus, is one of the
                                                                                                            very finest law libraries in Australia.
                                                                                                            It has comprehensive primary
                                                                                                            statutory and case law materials
                                                                                                            from Australian, Canadian, United
                                                                                                            States, and English jurisdictions.
                                                                                                            Group study rooms and quiet study
                                                                                                            areas are also available. Within the
     our Postgraduate       ACTIVE LEARNING                                                                 Law Library there are computer labs
      students beneFit                                                                                      for students to access the large and
                                                                                                            ever growing number of legal and law
      FroM First-class      UNSW Faculty of Law encourages
                            active learning. Our model of
                                                                     Engagement is fundamental to the
                                                                     student experience - most classes
                                                                                                            related databases to which the Law
        resources and       interactive teaching in small to         average only between 20 to 35
                                                                                                            Library subscribes. Most of these
                                                                                                            databases can be accessed from
              Facilities.   medium-sized classes means that          students and we call on students
                                                                                                            any Internet connected computer
                            the student is at the very centre of     to prepare readings before classes
                                                                                                            outside of the library.
                            the learning process. A key indication   and participate in class discussion.
                            of our success can be seen by            This enables lively class debate and
                                                                                                            Postgraduate Computer Labs
                            the fact that the UNSW model             enhances the learning experience.
                                                                                                            The Law Building features a
                            has become the national template         Assessment is continuous and
                                                                                                            dedicated computer lab for full time
                            for quality legal education and we       diverse and includes research papers
                                                                                                            postgraduate students, in addition
                            continue to be one of the leading law    and projects. Open and friendly
                                                                                                            to a 24 hour postgraduate computer
                            schools for teaching excellence and      teacher-student interaction is a
                                                                                                            lab in the UNSW Library.
                            innovation in Australia.                 hallmark of the School of Law.




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CLAss
FoRmAt                                                                                                                                                                      "Our model of
Weekly classes                                                                                                                                                   interactive teachin g in
Courses offered on a weekly basis,
over a 12 week semester, take                                                                                                                                      small to medium-sized
the form of small groups of 20-
35 students. Weekly classes are                                                                                                                                 classes means that the
usually held in the evening outside
of traditional business hours (usually
                                                                                                                                                                   student is at the very
between 6pm and 8pm) at convenient
city locations (including the UNSW                     locations                                                                                                  centre of the learnin g
CBD Campus and city law firms) or at
UNSW’s Kensington campus.                              Our new law building is purpose built
                                                                                                                                                                                 process."
                                                       for teaching, learning and researching
Intensive classes                                      law. Light filled atria spaces, open
Intensive courses are concentrated                     staircases, landscaped courtyards
seminars over full or half-days or
weekends. This mode of delivery
                                                       and student meeting places have set
                                                       a benchmark in Law Faculty design,        BLACkBoARd
is particularly attractive to those in                 creating a quality teaching, learning
demanding full time employment.                        and research environment for our          Blackboard is a Learning
Please note that 100% attendance                       students and staff.                       Management System that supports
is required for intensive programs.                                                              students by extending the face-
Intensive classes are usually held on                  Intensive classes are usually held at     to-face learning environment to
the Kensington campus.                                 UNSW’s Kensington campus, with            online spaces and providing virtual
                                                       convenient access to the outstanding      classrooms for distance learning
Intensive summer school                                UNSW Freehills Law Library, UNSW          courses.
Summer School is an integral part of                   Library, postgraduate computer labs                                                 WIRELEss
                                                                                                                                           ACCEss
the UNSW Law School postgraduate                       and the wider university facilities and
coursework program. This additional
academic session during December
                                                       resources.                                learning
and January allows greater flexibility                 Weekly classes are held at UNSW’s         centre                                    UniWide is the UNSW Campus
for students wishing to fast track                     CBD campus (1 O’Connell Street),                                                    Wireless Network for UNSW
their degrees or for those students                    at city law firms, or at UNSW’s           The Learning Centre offers academic       students. It offers fast, secure
needing to balance work and study                      Kensington campus.                        skills support to all students enrolled   wireless network connectivity from
commitments.                                                                                     at the University of New South Wales,     a wide range of locations across
                                                       Located in the heart of Sydney’s          with many resources specifically for      UNSW’s campuses. Free wireless
Please note that courses offered in our                financial district, in the landmark 1     postgraduate students. The Centre         access is available to all current
postgraduate programs by the Australian School         O’Connell Street building, the UNSW       also offers a range of learning and       students. UniWide can be accessed
of Taxation, the Australian School of Business and     CBD campus is a contemporary              language assistance programs. For         via any WiFi-enabled laptop or
the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences may differ
in format and location – please consult the relevant   training and executive education          further details, please visit             mobile device that supports WPA
Faculty for further information.                       centre.                                   www.lc.unsw.edu.au                        wireless security.




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 engageMent also       international oppoRTuNITIEs
   extends beyond      Beijing/Shanghai, China                     Prato, Italy                                Human Rights Internships                     International internships can be
   the classrooM       By choosing the elective, Chinese Legal     The elective European Union:                The Human Rights Internship Program          undertaken if arranged by the individual
     with students     System, students may study in either        Institutions and Legal Systems provides     offers postgraduate students the             students. Recently students have
                                                                                                                                                            completed internships at Human Rights
           strongly    the Beijing Winter School or Shanghai
                       Summer School. The two week course
                                                                   students with the opportunity to study
                                                                   in Prato, Italy – a northern Italian town
                                                                                                               opportunity to undertake project
                                                                                                               research and writing in a Partner            Watch (New York) and with the Institute
       encouraged      provides an introduction to the legal       in Tuscany, just 30 minutes from            Organisation with a focus on the             for Human Rights and Business.

      to ParticiPate   system of the People’s Republic of
                       China with particular reference to
                                                                   Florence. The course is designed
                                                                   to give students a comprehensive
                                                                                                               protection and promotion of human
                                                                                                               rights. Under the supervision of a
        in ways that   modern developments in contract and         introduction to the constitutional theory   member of the Partner Organisation
    challenge and      commercial law.                             and history, institutional structure and
                                                                   basic elements of the legal system of
                                                                                                               and the Law Faculty, students will
                                                                                                               gain valuable experience in research,
     suPPort More      In addition to the fascinating study        the unique polity which is the European     analysis, writing and advocacy on
      conventional     of a legal system that has changed
                       markedly in the last thirty years,
                                                                   Union. The course will feature guest
                                                                   speakers – specialists in European law
                                                                                                               aspects of law, policy and practice
                                                                                                               relating to human rights.
         Methods oF    students can see this legal system in       - from the European University Institute
           learning.   practice with field trips to a Chinese
                       law firm and Chinese court. The
                                                                   and European Commission.                    Local internship partner organisations
                                                                                                               include (but are not limited to): the Asia
                       itinerary also includes opportunities to    New York, USA                               Pacific Forum of National Human Rights
                       experience local culture and attractions.   Students interested in studying American    Institutions; Australian Lawyers for
                                                                   law and litigation are encouraged to        Human Rights; Amnesty International;
                                                                   visit the UNSW Law School website           Australian Human Rights Centre
                                                                   in the coming months for exciting           Migrant and Refugee Rights Project;
                                                                   announcements about an elective study       Disability Discrimination Legal Centre;
                                                                   opportunity in New York City.               Edmund Rice Centre; Indigenous
                                                                                                               Policy and Dialogue Research Unit;
                                                                                                               PEN-Sydney; Public Interest Advocacy
                                                                                                               Centre; Red Cross and Unifem.
international ENGAGEmENT
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we are Privileged                          Brian Burdekin AO
                                           Visiting Professor, Raoul Wallenberg
                                                                                      Ian Eagles
                                                                                      Professorial Research Fellow in Law,
                                                                                                                                  Hui Huang
                                                                                                                                  Associate Professor,
                                                                                                                                                                             Timo Koivurova
                                                                                                                                                                             Research Professor,
to have a nuMber                           Institute of Human Rights, Sweden          Auckland University of Technology, NZ       Chinese University of Hong Kong            Arctic Centre/University of Lapland

oF distinguished                                     Professor Burdekin is an
                                                     international advisor to a
                                                                                                Professor Eagles is a
                                                                                                Professorial Research Fellow
                                                                                                                                            Dr Hui Huang specialises
                                                                                                                                            in corporate law, securities
                                                                                                                                                                                      Professor Koivurova is a
                                                                                                                                                                                      Research Professor and
international                                        number of national human                   in Law and Director of the                  regulation, financial markets             Director of the Northern
visiting lecturers                                   rights institutions in Africa,             Centre for Commercial Law                   and foreign investment. He                Institute for Environmental
teach in our                               Asia and Central and Eastern Europe.
                                           He was the first Federal Human Rights
                                                                                      Research at Auckland University
                                                                                      of Technology in New Zealand. He
                                                                                                                                  has published widely on such topics
                                                                                                                                  as insider trading, takeovers, market
                                                                                                                                                                             and Minority Law of the Arctic
                                                                                                                                                                             Centre, University of Lapland, Adjunct
Postgraduate                               Commissioner of Australia. From 1995       previously held a chair in law at the       manipulation, foreign investment,          Professor in the University of Turku,
PrograM                                    to 2003, as Special Advisor on National
                                           Institutions to the first three UN High
                                                                                      University of Auckland and was the
                                                                                      founding Director of that institution’s
                                                                                                                                  financial regulation and corporate
                                                                                                                                  governance. He is also a Conjoint
                                                                                                                                                                             Faculty of Law and in the University of
                                                                                                                                                                             Eastern Finland, Faculty of Law and
in 2011.                                   Commissioners for Human Rights, he         Research Centre for Business Law. He        Associate Professor at UNSW. He is         Economics. He leads several European
                                           conducted missions to 55 countries         has published widely and his teaching       an elected member of the Executive         Union, Nordic Council of Ministers and
They each bring not only incomparable      where governments or civil society         and research are largely focused on         Council of China Commercial Law            Academy of Finland funded research
specialist knowledge and expertise,        had expressed a genuine interest in        intellectual property and competition       Society and has held visiting positions    projects and is the Editor-in-chief of the
but also new approaches and teaching       establishing an independent Human          law.                                        in prestigious institutions including      Yearbook of Polar Law.
styles – each adding their very own        Rights Commission.                                                                     Cambridge University, Columbia
‘flavour’ to the postgraduate program.                                                Frank Garcia                                University and Tsinghua University.        Louise Longdin
                                           Rosalind Dixon                             Professor, Boston College, USA                                                         Professorial Research Fellow in Law,
                                           Assistant Professor,                                                                   Michael Jacobs                             Auckland University of Technology, NZ
Lee Aitken                                                                                      Professor Garcia joined the
Associate Professor,                       University of Chicago, USA                                                             Professor, De Paul University
                                                                                                Boston College Law Faculty        College of Law, USA                                  Professor Longdin is a
University of Hong Kong
                                                     Rosalind Dixon teaches                     in 2001. He had been an                                                                Professorial Research Fellow
         Professor Aitken specialises                courses in comparative                     Associate Professor at the                 Professor Jacobs is a                       in Law and Director of the
         in commercial law, insolvency,              constitutional law, socio-       Florida State University College of                  nationally and internationally              Centre for Intellectual Property
         equity and trusts, and banking              economic rights and              Law since 1993. He has served as a                   recognised expert in the fields   Research at Auckland University
         law. He is also Deputy Director   introductory legal theory at the           Visiting Professor at the University of              of antitrust and competition      of Technology in New Zealand and
of the Asian Institute of International    University of Chicago. She graduated       Paris X – Nanterre, the University of the   law. He has written widely on both         the Director of the Board of the
Financial Law. He has published widely     with a BA/LLB and the UNSW                 Republic in Uruguay, the University of      topics, spoken at symposia and             Competition Law and Policy Institute
and his current research interests         university medal in law in 2001,           Houston Law Center and the St Mary’s        colloquia in the United States and         of New Zealand. She is a Member of
involve revising a standard Hong Kong      and an LLM and SJD from Harvard            University School of Law/University of      around the world, and consulted            the Editorial Board of the European
banking work, and articles on personal     Law School in 2004 and 2008,               Innsbruck, Austria. Professor Garcia        with a variety of private and public       Competition Law Review and the
property, employment law, and              respectively. While at Harvard, she        was a Fulbright Scholar, as well as a       organisations on a wide array of           Section Editor for Competition Law
discretionary trusts.                      served as a Fellow in the Justice,         professorial fellow at the Law Institute    issues. For the past five years he has     and Intellectual Property for the New
                                           Welfare, and Economics Program and         of the Americas, SMU School of Law.         been a regular consultant with the         Zealand Business Law Quarterly.
                                           Teaching Fellow in Constitutional Law,                                                 Australian Competition and Consumer        Louise has published widely and won
                                           Constitutional History, Comparative                                                    Commission on matters pertaining to        the Intellectual Property Society of
                                           Constitutional Law and Comparative                                                     competition in the area of professional    Australia and New Zealand (IPSANZ)
                                           Constitutional Engineering. Her                                                        services. In 2000, he held the Fulbright   Prize in 2000 for the most outstanding
                                           teaching and research interests                                                        Distinguished Chair in Competition Law     piece of legal writing in intellectual
                                           include constitutional law, comparative                                                at Naples University. In 2002 and 2003,    property law and policy. Her current
                                           constitutional law and design,                                                         he served as a Special Consultant to       research is focused on issues relating
                                           international human rights, and law and                                                Qantas Airlines and Air New Zealand.       to exploitation and fair use of copyright
                                           gender.                                                                                                                           works particularly in the digital
                                                                                                                                                                             environment.
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                                                                                     Faculty oF law
     our acadeMic                            often sought by the media for their
                                             professional opinion. In addition to    ACAdEmIC sTAff
     Faculty brings a                        their key teaching roles, they are      Audrey Blunden, Lecturer, BA LLB      Meiring de Villiers, Senior Lecturer,
     concentration                           prominent advisors to both the public   Wit, LLM Syd                          BSc ElecEng Pret, MA JD PhD
                                             and private sector.
     oF legal                                                                        Catherine Bond, Lecturer, BMedia      Stanford

     exPertise to the                        You will also be taught by              LLB (Hons) Macq, PhD UNSW             David Dixon, Professor and Dean of
                                                                                                                           the Faculty of Law, BA Camb, BPhil
     Postgraduate                            leading practitioners and industry
                                             professionals, experts in their
                                                                                     Kathy Bowrey, Professor, BA LLB
                                                                                     Macq, SJD Syd                         Hull, PhD Wales
     PrograM. the                            respective fields. Their immense
                                                                                     Sean Brennan, Senior Lecturer, BA     Julian Disney AO, Professor,
     diversity oF                            experience provides a practical and
                                                                                     LLB LLM ANU                           Director of the Social Justice Project,
                                             contemporary approach to the law.
     teaching staFF                                                                  Ross Buckley, Professor, BEcon
                                                                                                                           LLB Adel, Hon LLD UNSW

     ensures that                            Distinguished international visitors    LLB (Hons) Qld, PhD UNSW LLD          Brendan Edgeworth, Professor and
                                                                                                                           Head of the Law School, LLB (Hons)
     our courses are                         and guest lecturers bring their
                                             unparalleled knowledge and
                                                                                     Melb
                                                                                                                           MA Sheff
     dynaMic, toPical                        experience right to your classroom,
                                                                                     Andrew Byrnes, Professor, BA
                                                                                     (Hons) LLB (Hons) ANU, LLM Harv,      Gary Edmond, Professor, BA (Hons)
     and relevant.                           providing unique international          LLM Columbia                          Woll, LLB (Hons) Syd, PhD Cantab
                                             perspectives and global relevance.                                            Jeni Engel, Co-ordinator, LLB
                                                                                     John Corker, Director, National Pro
     Many of the Faculty’s academics are                                                                                   Indigenous Support Programs
                                                                                     Bono Resource Centre, BEc LLB
     national and international leaders in
                                                                                     Monash, LLM UNSW                      Alexandra George, Senior Lecturer,
     their fields, writing books, reports
                                                                                     Adam Czarnota, Associate              BA (Hons) LLB (Hons) LLM (Hons)
     and articles which lead debates
                                                                                     Professor, LLM PhD N.Copernicus       MJur (Hons) Syd
     and set agendas. They are regularly
     recognised and awarded for their                                                Megan Davis, Senior Lecturer,         Janice Gray, Senior Lecturer, BA
     teaching and research and are                                                   Director of the Indigenous Law        LLB DipEd GradDip Leg Prac MA
                                                                                     Centre, BA LLB UQ, LLM GDLP ANU       UNSW
                                                                             Faculty oF law VIsITING ACAdEmICs
Graham Greenleaf AM, Professor         Justine Nolan, Senior Lecturer, BSc   Lee Aitken, Associate Professor,        Frank Garcia, Professor, Boston         Louise McCoach, Partner, Clayton
and Co-Director AustLII, BA LLB Syd,   LLB (Hons) ANU, MPubPol Cal           University of Hong Kong                 College, USA                            Utz
FACS                                   Justin O’Brien, Professor, BA         Simon Ball, Partner, Minter Ellison     David Goldman, Partner, Norton          Erin Mckay, Research Associate,
Michael Grewcock, Lecturer, BA         (Hons) Newcastle UK, MPhil MA PhD     Gerry Bates, Board Member, NSW          Rose                                    Indigenous Law Centre
LLB UNSW, GradDip Leg Prac UTS,        Queens University Belfast             EPA                                     Denis Harley, Visiting Fellow           John Morgan, Senior Visiting Fellow,
MA UEL, PhD UNSW                       Colin Picker, Associate Professor,                                                                                    Partner, Allens Arthur Robinson
                                                                             Ashley Black, Senior Visiting Fellow,   Jonathan Harris, Professor of
Michael Handler, Senior Lecturer,      JD Yale                               Partner, Mallesons Stephen Jaques       International Commercial Law,           John Moutsopoulos, Partner,
BA LLB (Hons) Syd, LLM Lond            Rosemary Rayfuse, Professor, LLB                                              University of Birmingham UK             Clayton Utz
                                                                             Jason Bosland, Senior Lecturer,
Deborah Healey, Senior Lecturer,       Queens, LLM Cantab, PhD Utrecht       University of Melbourne                 Rosemary Howell, Visiting               James Phillips, Partner, Minter
LLB LLM (Hons) Syd                     Theunis Roux, Professor, BA (Hons)                                            Professorial Fellow, Strategic Action   Ellison
                                                                             Brian Burdekin AO, Visiting
Jill Hunter, Professor, BA LLB         LLB Cape Town, PhD Cantab             Professor, Raoul Wallenberg Institute   Hui Huang, Associate Professor,         Holly Raiche, Executive Director,
UNSW, PhD Lond                         Alex Steel, Associate Professor, BA   of Human Rights, Sweden                 Chinese University of Hong Kong         Internet Society of Australia
Dimity Kingsford Smith, Professor,     LLB MA Macq                           Garner Clancey, CHD Consulting          Mark Ierace, NSW Senior Public          Kathryn Rigney, Yeldham Price
BA LLB Syd, LLM LSE                    Julie Stubbs, Professor, BA (Hons)                                            Defender                                O'Brien Lusk
                                                                             Chris Cunneen, Conjoint Professor,
Martin Krygier, Professor,             Woll, MA Tor                          James Cook University                   Michael Jacobs, Professor, De Paul      Damian Sturzaker, Partner, Marque
Co-Director of the Centre for          Lisa Toohey, Senior Lecturer, BA                                              University College of Law, USA          Lawyers
Interdisciplinary Studies of Law, BA                                         Paul Curnow, Baker & McKenzie
                                       (Hons) LLB (Hons) UQ, LLM Melb,                                               Jim Jolliffe, Deputy Director, Office   Jonathan Tapp, HWL Ebsworth
LLB Syd, PhD ANU, FASSA                PhD UQ                                Rosalind Dixon, Assistant
                                                                             Professor, University of Chicago, USA   of the Commonwealth Director of         Lawyers
David Leary, Senior Research           Leon Trakman, Professor, BCom                                                 Public Prosecutions
Fellow, BA LLB LLM UNSW, GradDip                                             Ian Eagles, Professorial Research                                               Clive Thompson, Senior Visiting
                                       LLB Cape Town, LLM SJD Harvard                                                Rosemary Kayess, Visiting Fellow        Fellow, CoSolve Pty Ltd
Leg Prac UTS, PhD Macq                                                       Fellow in Law, Director of the Centre
                                       Prue Vines, Professor, MA Syd,        for Commercial Law Research,            Shirli Kirschner, Resolve Advisors      Amelia Thorpe, Environmental
Michael Legg, Senior Lecturer, LLB     DipEd SydTechColl, LLB UNSW
BCom (Hons) MCom (Hons) UNSW,                                                Auckland University of Technology,      Timo Koivurova, Professor, Arctic       Defender's Office
LLM Cal                                Sarah Waddell, Lecturer, BA LLB       NZ                                      Centre/University of Lapland            Paul Wentworth, Partner, Minter
                                       UNSW, MEL PhD Syd                     Bill Edeson, Visiting Professor,                                                Ellison
Alana Maurushat, Deputy Director                                                                                     Adrian Lawrence, Baker &
of the Cyberspace Law and Policy       George Williams, Professor, BEc       Wollongong University                   McKenzie
Centre UNSW                            LLB (Hons) Macq, LLM UNSW, PhD        Susan Engel, Lecturer, Wollongong
                                       ANU                                                                           Jo Lennan, Sessional lecturer
Jane McAdam, Associate Professor,                                            University
                                       Sarah Williams, Senior Lecturer,                                              Adam Liberman, Visiting
BA(Hons) LLB(Hons) Syd, DPhil Oxon                                           Scott Farrell, Partner, Mallesons
                                       BCom LLB Woll, MJur PhD Durh                                                  Professorial Fellow
Chris Michaelsen, Senior Lecturer,                                           Stephen Jaques
                                                                                                                     Lousie Longdin, Professorial
DiplJur Hamburg, LLM UQ, PhD ANU                                             Louisa Fitz-Gerald, Baker &             Research Fellow in Law, Director of
Gillian Moon, Senior Lecturer, BA                                            McKenzie                                the Centre for Intellectual Property
UNE, LLB Syd, LLM (Research)                                                 Anne Flahvin, Baker & McKenzie          Research, Auckland University of
UNSW                                                                                                                 Technology, NZ




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 Masters degrees                                                                                                          Masters programs


 UNSW Masters degrees require the                                                                          48 units oF credit (48 uoc)
 completion of 48 units of credit, or 8 courses
 (1 course = 6 units of credit).                               8 courses:

 To incorporate a specialisation into a Master
 of Laws by Coursework degree, students                          6uoc             6uoc              6uoc             6uoc              6uoc              6uoc             6uoc              6uoc
 must choose 4 courses (24 uoc) from those
 allocated to that specialisation. The remaining
 courses may be selected from any of those
 offered by the School of Law.
                                                                                  4 specialist stream courses                      +                       {4 other LLM courses}
                                                                                    from LLM specialisation




 graduate                                                                                                                 Graduate Diplomas

 diPloMas                                                                                                  36 units oF credit (36 uoc)
 UNSW Graduate Diplomas require the
                                                                              6 courses:
 completion of 36 units of credit. Subject
 to approval, students can change their
 enrolment in a Graduate Diploma to a                                             6uoc              6uoc             6uoc              6uoc              6uoc             6uoc
 Masters degree, and vice versa.




 Single course enrolment
 Some students just want to study a particular course or ‘test the water’ before enrolling in a full degree program. We offer enrolment on a single course, non-award basis, with the option to
 credit courses towards a future degree program.




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Program
Code
                     Master of Laws
                     9200
                                                                            Graduate Diploma in Law
                                                                            5740
                                                                                                          "Our LLM program
Units of credit
No. of courses
                     48 uoc
                     8 courses
                                                                            36 uoc
                                                                            6 courses
                                                                                                           is ranked among
Duration
Semester start
                     1 year full time, 2 years part time
                     Semester 1 & Semester 2
                                                                            Full time or part time
                                                                            Semester 1 & Semester 2
                                                                                                          the finest in
Entry requirements   LLB or JD – minimum credit average                     LLB or JD
                                                                                                           Australia."
  with a rePutation For                      Our LLM program is ranked among the finest in Australia,
                                             with 11 specialisations contributing to a rigorous and
   teaching excellence                       challenging academic program.
        and innovation,
                                             By incorporating a specialisation into their LLM, students
         unsw’s Master                       can pursue an area of law that complements their existing
        oF laws oFFers                       legal practice or provides entry into a new legal field.
      law graduates an                       Alternatively, students can complete a generalist LLM,
                                             choosing from the entire range of courses offered and
        oPPortunity to                       tailor the program to meet their professional needs.
  acquire exPertise and
  enhance their career                       We offer the following specialisations:

            ProsPects.                       >
                                             >
                                                 Corporate & Commercial Law
                                                 Corporate, Commercial Law & Taxation
                                             >   Criminal Justice & Criminology
                                             >   Dispute Resolution
                                             >   Environmental Law
                                             >   Human Rights & Social Justice
                                             >   Innovation Law
                                             >   International Business & Economic Law
                                             >   International Law
                                             >   Media & Technology Law
                                             >   Taxation
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                                                                                                                                    Director
                                                                                                                                    LLM (Corporate & Commercial Law;
                                                                                                                                    Corporate, Commercial Law & Taxation)
                                                                                                                                    Deborah Healey

                                                                                                                                    Deborah joined the Faculty of Law in 2003 after many years
 lawyers seeking to upgrade their                                   the corporate, commercial law &                                 practising as a commercial lawyer with a major focus on
 commercial and regulatory skills can select                        taxation specialisation allows students to                      competition law and sport and the law. As Director she uses her
 from a diverse offering of well-established                        add taxation courses to the corporate &                         practical understanding of commercial practice and the needs
                                                                                                                                    of commercial lawyers to enhance course development. She
 and new, innovative courses.                                       commercial law offerings.                                       researches and teaches courses in competition law, consumer
                                                                                                                                    protection law, and has developed a number of sports related
 The objective in all the Corporate & Commercial Law offerings      The taxation courses are offered by the Australian School of    courses in the LLM program. Her current research interests also
 is to deliver highly relevant legal knowledge set in a practical   Taxation (Atax).                                                extend to competition laws in Asian jurisdictions, particularly those
 commercial and regulatory context. To achieve this, courses are                                                                    of China and Hong Kong, and she has developed a new course in
 taught by a combination of UNSW law academics and leading          Students select 3 courses (18 uoc) offered by the Law School    Asian Competition Law. She has written and presented extensively
 practitioners. Distinguished guest lecturers and international     in the Corporate & Commercial specialisation and a minimum of   both in Australia and overseas in the areas of competition law and
 faculty are a feature of our courses.                              3 courses (18 uoc) from postgraduate taxation courses offered   sport.
                                                                    by Atax, with the remaining courses selected from any of the
 So whether a specialisation or a new career path is the goal,      postgraduate law or taxation courses on offer.                  Deborah is editor of the Australian and New Zealand Sports Law
 knowledge gained can be used in practice immediately.                                                                              Journal and a member of the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs
                                                                                                                                    Advisory Council.
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                                                                                                     the dispute resolution                              Director
                                                                                                                                                         LLM (Dispute Resolution)
                                                                                                     specialisation is designed                          Dr Lisa Toohey
courses in the criminal Justice                   Director
                                                  LLM (Criminal Justice & Criminology)
                                                                                                     to allow lawyers to develop
                                                                                                                                                         Lisa joined the Faculty in 2010 and was
& criminology specialisation                      Professor Julie Stubbs                             this focus within their field of                    previously an academic at the University of
examine cutting edge issues                                                                          practice.                                           Queensland. Prior to academia, Lisa practised
                                                  Julie joined the Faculty in 2010 having come
in a national and                                 from the University of Sydney. Prior to that
                                                                                                                                                         as a lawyer in Australia in litigation, dispute
                                                                                                     Taught by experienced practitioners and leading
global context.                                   she worked with the NSW Bureau of Crime            academic staff, students will gain an advanced
                                                                                                                                                         resolution and intellectual property. She also
                                                                                                                                                         worked as a foreign lawyer in Vietnam, advising
                                                  Statistics and Research. Her research interests    level of knowledge and understanding of the         on WTO law and general trade and investment
This specialisation is marked by its engagement   include: legal responses to violence against       issues, problems and conduct of dispute             matters. Lisa has been admitted to practice
of criminological perspectives on topical legal   women, homicide, restorative justice, and bail;    resolution processes.                               as a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of
issues—a hallmark of the research style of the    she has also undertaken research on young                                                              Australia, has been included in the Queensland
Law School’s many criminal justice specialists.   offenders, and on cross-cultural issues in         Students can choose from a range of courses         Supreme Court’s register of mediators, and
                                                  criminal justice. She is currently an adviser to   designed to develop skills in identifying the       is currently an international arbitrator of the
Consisting of internationally-regarded authors    VicHealth on violence against women, and has       underlying theoretical and practical issues         Azerbaijan Arbitration and Mediation Centre.
and experts, members of the Criminal Justice      been a member of: the NSW Advisory Panel on        that shape and inform a range of dispute
and Criminology team participate closely in law   Domestic and Family Homicides; the Criminal        resolution methods, and to think creatively about   Lisa's research interests include the World
reform and government policy development.         Justice Sexual Assault Taskforce; and the          approaches and solutions to them.                   Trade Organization, dispute resolution, and the
                                                  Department of Corrective Services Institutional
                                                  Ethics Committee. She has undertaken                                                                   role of law in the Asia-Pacific region. She has
                                                  consultancy research for Legal Aid NSW and                                                             acted as a consultant to dispute resolution and
                                                  several criminal justice agencies.                                                                     WTO projects funded by the US and Canadian
                                                                                                                                                         governments in Azerbaijan and Vietnam. Lisa
                                                  Julie is a member of the Editorial Board for the                                                       is a current member of the International Law
                                                  journals: Australian and New Zealand Journal                                                           & International Relations Committee of the
                                                  of Criminology, British Journal of Criminology                                                         Queensland Law Society, a member of the
                                                  (International Advisory Board), Critical                                                               International Humanitarian Law Committee of
                                                  Criminology, and Current Issues in Criminal                                                            the Red Cross (Qld), and a former editor of the
                                                  Justice.                                                                                               LawAsia Journal.
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 this new specialisation in                       Director
                                                  LLM (Environmental Law)
                                                                                                     the human rights & social                          Director
                                                                                                                                                        LLM (Human Rights & Social Justice)
 environmental law provides                       Professor Rosemary Rayfuse                         Justice specialisation provides                    Justine Nolan
 lawyers with the opportunity                                                                        a framework for using the law
                                                  Rosemary teaches and researches in the area                                                           Justine teaches and researches in the area of
 to focus on the environment,                     of Public International Law generally, including
                                                                                                     to mediate a just relationship                     international human rights law and corporate
 sustainability and climate                       international humanitarian law, use of force,      between society and the                            responsibility and in particular accountability
 change issues within their                       and international dispute settlement, however,     individual.                                        for corporate violations of human rights. She is
 Master of laws degree.                           she specialises in law of the sea, international
                                                  fisheries law and international environmental
                                                                                                                                                        the author of a number of articles on this topic
                                                                                                                                                        and is currently working on a new international
                                                                                                     Law and public policy issues are interwoven in
                                                  law particularly as it relates to the marine       innovative courses which challenge and equip       human rights text book (forthcoming 2011).
 The specialisation draws on the depth of
                                                  environment and to climate change.                 students to make a dynamic contribution in a       She was previously the Director of the Business
 academic expertise within the Law School and
                                                                                                     wide variety of professional fields.               and Human Rights program at the Lawyers
 visiting experts in the area of environmental
                                                  Rosemary is a member of the editorial board of                                                        Committee for Human Rights in the USA and
 law to teach a range of courses which
                                                  numerous international law journals including      Partnerships with the Australian Human Rights      with the UN on business and human rights
 provide a comprehensive understanding of
                                                  the Netherlands International Law Review, the      Centre, the Indigenous Law Centre, the Gilbert     initiatives.
 current and pressing environmental legal
                                                  International Journal of Marine and Coastal        + Tobin Centre of Public Law, the Diplomacy
 issues. Courses in the specialisation include:
                                                  Law and the Aegean Review of the Law of the        Training Program and the Social Justice Project,   Justine is a member of the Australian
 Australian Climate Law; Environmental
                                                  Sea and Maritime Law. She is a member of           are a unique feature of our program.               Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
 Law in Australia; Environmental Markets;
                                                  the IUCN Commission on Environmental Law,                                                             Human Rights Small Grants Scheme Expert
 International Climate Law; International
                                                  Co-Chair of its Working Group on High Seas                                                            Panel, a member of NSW Legal Aid`s Human
 Environmental Law; International Trade Law;
                                                  Governance and a member of its Arctic Task                                                            Rights Panel and a member of the International
 Environment and Development; Law of the
                                                  Force and she advises numerous governments,                                                           Commission of Jurists Advisory Panel. Justine
 Sea; Natural Resources Law; Planning Law and
                                                  inter-governmental and non-governmental                                                               is the Deputy Director of the Australian Human
 Environmental Assessment; Renewable Energy
                                                  organisations.                                                                                        Rights Centre and an editor of the Human
 Law; Water Rights and Contemporary Policy.
                                                                                                                                                        Rights Defender.
 In order to obtain the specialisation in
 Environmental Law, candidates must complete
 Environmental Law in Australia, International
 Environmental Law and two other specialist
 environmental law courses. The remaining
 courses may be selected from any postgraduate
 law courses on offer.
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innovation and intellectual                          Director
                                                     LLM (Innovation Law)
                                                                                                          international business and                           Director
                                                                                                                                                               LLM (International Business & Economic Law)
property are being increasingly                      Michael Handler                                      economic law is the law which                        Professor Ross Buckley
recognised as crucial drivers                                                                             governs business transactions
                                                     Michael joined the Faculty in December 2005.                                                              Ross is Professor of International Finance Law
of the australian and overseas                       He previously worked at the Australian Centre
                                                                                                          across national borders.                             at UNSW, founding Series Editor of the Global
economies.                                           for Intellectual Property in Agriculture at the                                                           Trade Law Series, Kluwer Law International of
                                                     Australian National University (2003-05) and at      It includes trade, investment and finance law, the   The Hague and Series Co-Editor of Kluwer’s
It is critical that those working in these areas     the University of Sydney (2002).                     ways of structuring and financing transnational      International Banking and Finance Law Series.
fully understand the range of legal and                                                                   transactions, and the globalising legal and          His work focuses on ways to improve the
commercial issues involved in protecting and         He teaches and researches in the field of            economic context for these transactions.             regulation and resilience of the global financial
commercialising innovation, as well as having        intellectual property law focusing on intellectual                                                        system. He has consulted to government
a strong awareness of the social and public          property, including copyright, trademarks and        The courses are directly relevant to Australian      departments in Australia, Indonesia, Vietnam
interest considerations at stake.                    geographical indications, trade practices law,       lawyers working on international transactions        and the U.S. and to banks and finance houses
                                                     consumer protection law, and international trade     or in roles with an international dimension,         in Australia and the U.K. Before joining UNSW,
This new specialisation will offer a range           law.                                                 and to foreign students looking to practise law      he led a research centre specialising in global
of new and original courses for students                                                                  or pursue a career in business in their own          trade and finance at another Australian university
interested in intellectual property and related                                                           countries.                                           for six years, and before becoming an academic
commercial laws, with a focus on their practical                                                                                                               he worked as a banking lawyer in Australia,
application in various industries in Australia and                                                                                                             Hong Kong and on Wall Street.
internationally.
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international law is central to an                   Director
                                                     LLM (International Law)
                                                                                                            the Media and technology                          Director
                                                                                                                                                              LLM (Media & Technology Law)
understanding of how states                          Dr Sarah Williams                                      specialisation offers lawyers                     Dr Catherine Bond
regulate their relations with each                                                                          an opportunity for study and
                                                     Sarah was previously the Dorset Fellow in                                                                Catherine Bond joined the School of Law as
other as well as with individuals                    Public International Law at the British Institute
                                                                                                            research in some of the most                      a Lecturer in 2009. Prior to this she came
and organisations.                                   of International and Comparative Law, a                dynamic areas of legal practice                   to the Faculty as a PhD Candidate in 2006
                                                     Senior Legal Researcher at the UK Foreign              and public policy development.                    as part of the Australian Research Council-
The policy decisions made every day                  and Commonwealth Office, and a Lecturer at                                                               funded `Unlocking IP` project. Catherine holds
by governments have international legal              Durham Law School, University of Durham. She           The courses offered in this specialisation        degrees in Media and Law and her teaching
implications, and the international legal            has also worked as a commercial solicitor in           explore challenging new issues across areas       and research focuses on intellectual property,
knowledge and skill of government lawyers and        London and Sydney.                                     such as media regulation, defamation, privacy,    copyright law and the public domain, the
advisers is critical to the successful conduct of                                                           censorship, internet regulation and cybercrime.   relationship between the Australian Constitution
the business of government.                          Sarah has acted as a consultant to the                                                                   and intellectual property, legal history, and
                                                     European Commission, the British Red Cross,            UNSW’s highly regarded team of media and          Crown copyright.
With international law standards affecting many      the International Federation of the Red Cross          IT experts, and the research centres with
areas of domestic law, including family, criminal,   and the British Institute of International and         which they are associated—Australasian
business, migration and maritime laws, this          Comparative Law. She is currently the Co-Editor        Legal Information Institute (AustLII) and the
specialisation ensures lawyer practising today       of the PIL Current Developments section of the         Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre—are at the
are conversant with International law concepts       International and Comparative Law Quarterly.           forefront of research and practice through the
and methods.                                         Her research areas include international law, in       receipt of numerous competitive research grants
                                                     particular international criminal law, international   and engagement in Australian and international
                                                     humanitarian law and the law on the use                policy developments.
                                                     of force. Sarah’s book, on Internationalized
                                                     Criminal Tribunals, is to be published in 2010.
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                                                                                                       Master oF
                                                                                                       business
                                                                                                       adMinistration/
                                                                                                       Master oF laws
lawyers wishing to gain an                        Director
                                                  LLM (Taxation)
                                                                                                       students can combine their
LLM qualification now have the                    Deborah Healey                                       Master of laws study with the
opportunity to obtain deeper                                                                           agsM Mba program.
                                                  Deborah joined the Faculty of Law in 2003 after
and specialist knowledge in the                   many years practising as a commercial lawyer
dynamic area of taxation.                                                                              The combined program is a joint degree of
                                                  with a major focus on competition law and sport
                                                                                                       the Law School and the Australian School
                                                  and the law. As Director she uses her practical
This specialisation in Taxation harnesses the
                                                                                                       of Business and is designed to encourage
                                                  understanding of commercial practice and the
prestige and academic expertise of the Law                                                             higher order management and leadership
                                                  needs of commercial lawyers to enhance course
School and the Australian School of Taxation      development. She researches and teaches              skills within the legal profession and to
(Atax).                                           courses in competition law, consumer protection      develop outstanding managers capable of
                                                  law, and has developed a number of sports            leading successful enterprises.
The taxation courses can be studied by flexible   related courses in the LLM program. Her current
distance, weekly face to face classes in Sydney   research interests also extend to competition        Visit the Faculty of Law website and the
CBD or intensive courses, usually at UNSW’s       laws in Asian jurisdictions, particularly those of   Australian School of Business website for
Kensington campus.                                China and Hong Kong, and she has developed           details.
                                                  a new course in Asian Competition Law.
                                                  She has written and presented extensively
                                                  both in Australia and overseas in the areas of
                                                  competition law and sport.

                                                  Deborah is editor of the Australian and New
                                                  Zealand Sports Law Journal and a member of
                                                  the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory
                                                  Council.
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             √    Advanced Debt Capital Markets & Securitisation                                   •                    •
             √    Advanced International Trade Law                                                 •                    •                                                                                    •                       •
             √    Advanced Issues in Dispute Resolution                                                                                                       •
             √    Advanced Issues in International Law                                                                                                                                            •                                                   •
                  Advanced Issues in Property Law                                                  •                    •
                  Advanced Issues in Torts                                                         •                    •
                  Advanced Topics in Intellectual Property                                                                                                                                                   •
             √    Anti-Money Laundering & Proceeds of Crime                                        •                    •                     •
             √    Asia Pacific Tax Regimes                                                                              •                                                                                                                                                              •
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             √    Aspects of International Governance                                                                                                                                             •                                  •                •
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             √    Australian Legal System
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             √    Censorship, Contempt & the Media                                                                                            •                                                                                                                              •
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             √    Chinese Legal System
                  Commercial Conflict of Laws                                                      •                    •                                                                                                            •
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                  Comparative Anti-Terrorism Law                                                                                              •
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             √    Complex Commercial Litigation                                                    •                    •                                     •
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                  Contemporary Issues in International & Domestic Indigenous Law & Policy                                                                                                         •
                  Corporate Control Transactions                                                   •                    •
             √    Corporate Governance                                                             •                    •
             √    Corporate Insolvency                                                             •                    •
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                  Criminal Justice: Global Perspectives                                                                                       •               •                                   •
                  Critical Criminology                                                                                                        •
             √    Current Issues in Criminal Justice                                                                                          •
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             √    Global Issues in Competition Law & Policy                  •                    •                                                                                    •                       •
             √    Globalisation & Commercial Law                             •                    •                                                                                                            •
                  Globalisation & Intellectual Property Law                  •                    •                                                                                    •                       •                                       •
             √    GST: Design & Structure                                                         •                                                                                                                                                              •
                  History & Theory of International Law                                                                                                                                                                         •
             √    Human Rights in Asia                                                                                                                                      •                                                   •
                  Human Rights in the Australian Constitution                                                                                                               •
             √    Human Rights Internship                                                                                                                                   •
             √    Indigenous Peoples in International Law                                                                                                                   •                                                  •
             √    Insurance Law                                              •                    •
             √    Intellectual Property Law                                  •                    •                                                                                    •                                                               •
             √    International & Comparative Intellectual Property                                                                                                                    •
             √    International Aspects of Social Justice                                                                                                                   •                                  •               •
             √    International Business Transactions                        •                    •                                                                                                            •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              international business
                                                                                                                  coMMercial & taxation




                                                                                                                                                                            environMental law




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       international law
                                                                                                                                          criMinal Justice &




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           technology law
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              & econoMic law
                                                                                                                                                                                                huMan rights &
                                                                                                                                                                                                social Justice
                                                                                                    corPorate &




                                                                                                                                          criMinology
                                                                                                    coMMercial

                                                                                                                  corPorate,




                                                                                                                                                               resolution




                                                                                                                                                                                                                 innovation




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            taxation
                                                                                                                                                               disPute




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Media &
oFFered in 2011
                  International Child Law                                                                                                                                                                 •                                                   •
             √    International Climate Law                                                                                                                                        •                      •                                                   •
             √    International Commercial Arbitration                                                     •                    •                                     •                                                                      •                •
             √    International Commercial Dispute Resolution                                              •                    •                                     •                                                                      •                •
             √    International Criminal Law                                                                                                          •                                                   •                                                   •
             √    International Environmental Law                                                                                                                                  •                      •                                                   •
             √    International Financial System: Policy & Regulation                                      •                    •                                                                                                            •
             √    International Human Rights                                                                                                                                                              •                                                   •
                  International Investment Law                                                                                                                                                                                               •                •
             √    International Law & the Use of Force                                                                                                                                                    •                                                   •
             √    International Law of Equality & Discrimination                                                                                                                                          •                                                   •
             √    International Organisations                                                                                                                                                             •                                  •                •
             √    International Refugee Law                                                                                                                                                               •                                                   •
             √    International Tax Research                                                                                    •                                                                                                                                                              •
             √    International Tax: Design & Structure                                                                         •                                                                                                                                                              •
             √    International Taxation: Anti-Avoidance                                                                        •                                                                                                                                                              •
             √    International Trade Law                                                                  •                    •                                                                                    •                       •                •
                  International Trade Law: Environment & Development                                       •                    •                                                  •                      •                                  •
             √    IP Licensing & Commercialisation                                                                                                                                                                   •
             √    IP Strategy & Management                                                                                                                                                                           •
                  Issues in Criminology                                                                                                               •
             √    Issues in Discrimination Law                                                                                                                                                            •                                                  •
             √    Juvenile Justice                                                                                                                    •               •
                  Knowledge Management in Legal Services                                                   •                    •
             √    Law & the Culture Industries                                                                                                                                                                       •                                                               •
                  Law & Valuation                                                                          •                    •
             √    Law of Armed Conflict                                                                                                               •                                                   •                                                  •
             √    Law of the Sea                                                                                                                                                   •                                                                         •
                  Law, Culture & the International                                                                                                                                                        •
             √    Law, Rights & Development                                                                                                                                                               •                                                  •
                  Legal Framework of EU's Common Foreign & Security Policy
             √    Managing Workplace Conflict & Change                                                     •                    •                                     •                                   •
             √    Mastering Facilitation                                                                   •                    •                                     •
             √    Media & Communications Industry Regulation                                               •                    •                                                                                                                                                    •
             √    Mediation                                                                                •                                                          •                                                                      •
             √    Mining & Resources Law                                                                   •                    •
             √    National Protection of Human Rights: An International & Comparative Perspective                                                                                                         •
             √    Native Title Law, Policy & Practice                                                                                                                                                     •
             √    Natural Resources Law                                                                                                                                            •
                                                                                                                                                                                                international business
                                                                                    coMMercial & taxation




                                                                                                                                              environMental law




                                                                                                                                                                                                                         international law
                                                                                                            criMinal Justice &




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             technology law
                                                                                                                                                                                                & econoMic law
                                                                                                                                                                  huMan rights &
                                                                                                                                                                  social Justice
                                                                      corPorate &




                                                                                                            criMinology
                                                                      coMMercial

                                                                                    corPorate,




                                                                                                                                 resolution




                                                                                                                                                                                   innovation




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              taxation
                                                                                                                                 disPute




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Media &
oFFered in 2011
                  Online Content Regulation                                                                                                                                                                                                            •
             √    Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes                                                                         •            •                      •                                                   •
                  Planning Law & Environmental Assessment                                                                                            •
             √    Principled Negotiation                                     •                    •                                     •
             √    Principles of Australian International Tax                                      •                                                                                                                                                              •
             √    Principles of GST Law                                                           •                                                                                                                                                              •
             √    Principles of International Law                                                                                                                           •                                                   •
             √    Principles of Revenue Administration                                            •                                                                                                                                                              •
             √    Privacy & the Media                                                                                                                                                                                                                  •
                  Regulation of Online Investing                             •                    •                                                                                                                                                    •
             √    Regulatory Litigation                                      •                    •                                     •                                                                      •                                                 •
             √    Renewable Energy Law                                                                                                               •
             √    Research Methods in Taxation                                                    •                                                                                                                                                              •
             √    Research Thesis                                            •                    •                     •               •            •                      •          •                       •                •                      •
                  Restitution & Unjust Enrichment                            •                    •
                  Risk Management in Sport                                   •                    •
             √    Securities & Financial Markets Regulation                  •                    •
                  Selected Issues in Sentencing                                                                         •
             √    Self Managed Superannuation Funds Law                                           •                                                                                                                                                              •
                  Sentencing: Law, Policy & Practice                                                                    •               •
             √    Sports Sponsorship & Marketing: Commercial Issues          •                    •                                                                                    •                                                               •
                  Strata & Community Title Law                               •                    •
                  Superannuation Law                                         •                    •
             √    Tax Administration Process                                                      •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Tax Policy                                                                      •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Tax Risk Management                                                             •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation of Capital Gains                                                       •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation of Corporate Finance                                                   •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation of Corporations                                                        •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation of Employee Remuneration                                               •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation of Property Transactions                                               •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation of Superannuation                                                      •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation of Trusts                                                              •                                                                                                                                                             •
             √    Taxation Strategies in Financial Planning                                       •                                                                                                                                                             •
                  Tourism Law                                                •                    •
             √    Transnational Business & Human Rights                                                                 •                                                   •                                  •
             √    Transnational Policing & Human Rights                                                                 •                                                   •
             √    Water Rights & Contemporary Policy                         •                    •                                                  •
             √    Workplace Law                                              •                    •
 Program
 Code
                      Master of Business Law
                      9231
                                                                               Graduate Diploma in Business Law
                                                                               5231
                                                                                                                                               CompuLsoRy
 Units of credit
 No. of courses
                      48 uoc
                      8 courses (up to 3 compulsory)
                                                                               36 uoc
                                                                               6 courses (up to 3 compulsory)
                                                                                                                                               courses
 Duration             1 year full time, 2 years part time                      Full time or part time                                          > Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for
 Semester start       Semester 1 & Semester 2                                  Semester 1 & Semester 2                                           Business Law
 Entry requirements   Undergraduate non-law degree – minimum credit average    Undergraduate non-law degree                                    > Legal Foundations of Business
                                                                                                                                               > Corporations & Business Associations Law


       this outstanding                     The Master of Business Law has been
                                            designed for non-lawyers involved in              pRoGRAm                                          ELECTIVE
           new PrograM                      the private, commercial, government or            structure                                        courses
         in business law                    international sectors where business law
                                            issues are relevant to their employment.
          harnesses the                     Students can tailor the program to their
                                                                                              All students are required to complete            √ Advanced International Trade Law
                                                                                              the compulsory course Legal Concepts,
      Prestige oF unsw                      needs by completing a generalist degree
                                                                                              Research & Writing for Business Law in their
                                                                                                                                                 Advanced Topics in Intellectual Property
                                                                                                                                               √ Anti-Money Laundering & Proceeds of
       law school, the                      or choosing to specialise in one of the
                                            following areas: Corporate & Commercial
                                                                                              first semester of study. In addition, students     Crime
     australian school                      Law, Corporate, Commercial & Taxation
                                                                                              who have not previously undertaken legal
                                                                                              studies within their undergraduate degree are
                                                                                                                                               √ Aspects of International Governance
                                                                                                                                               √ Commercial Transactions Involving IP
     oF taxation and the                    Law, Taxation Law, International Business &
                                                                                              also required to complete two compulsory         √ Competition Law
                                            Economic Law, Innovation Law, or Media &
     australian school                      Technology Law.
                                                                                              courses: Legal Foundations of Business             Data Surveillance & Information Privacy
             oF business.                                                                     (LEGT5511), and Corporations & Business
                                                                                              Associations Law (LEGT5541). Students who
                                                                                                                                                 Law
                                                                                                                                                 Defamation & the Media
                                                                                              have previously undertaken legal studies can     √ Dispute Resolution
                                                                                              select elective courses in place of these two    √ Electronic Commerce Law & Practice
                                                                                              courses.                                           EU: Economic & Trade Law
                                                                                                                                               √ EU: Institutions & Legal Systems
                                                                                                                                               √ Foundations of Facilitation
                                                                                                                                               √ Fraud, Forgery & Dishonesty
                                                                                                                                               √ Global Issues in Competition Law & Policy
                                                                                                                                               √ Globalisation & Commercial Law




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  Globalisation & Intellectual Property Law   Australian School of Taxation courses                            Director
√ Intellectual Property Law                                                                                    Master of Business Law
√ Intellectual Property Law & Innovation      >   Asia Pacific Tax Regimes                                     Michael Legg
√ International & Comparative Intellectual    >   Comparative Tax Systems
  Property                                    >   Consolidations & Group Structures                            Michael joined the Faculty in February
√ International Business Transactions         >   Current Research Problems In Taxation                        2009 after more than 10 years in practice
√ International Commercial Arbitration        >   Double Tax Agreements                                        with leading Australian and US law firms
√ International Environmental Law             >   GST: Design & Structure                                      specialising in class actions, regulatory and
√ International Financial System:             >   International Tax Research                                   commercial litigation. Michael’s major matters
  Policy & Regulation                         >   International Tax: Design & Structure                        in Australia included advising ASX 200
  International Investment Law                >   International Taxation: Anti-Avoidance                       companies on various areas of compliance
√ International Law of Equality &             >   Principles of Australian International                       with the Corporations Act including directors
  Discrimination                                  Taxation                                                     duties, continuous disclosure, accounting
√ International Organisations                 >   Principles of GST Law                                        and auditing requirements, and the operation
√ International Trade Law                     >   Principles of Revenue Administration                         of management investment schemes;
  International Trade Law: Environment &      >   Self Managed Superannuation Funds Law                        defending cartel proceedings commenced
  Development                                 >   Tax Administration Process                                   by the ACCC; advising institutional investors
√ IP Licensing & Commercialisation            >   Tax Policy                                                   on litigation funding and participation in
√ IP Strategy & Management                    >   Tax Risk Management                                          shareholder class actions, such as the
√ Issues in Discrimination Law                >   Taxation of Capital Gains                                    proceedings against ABC Learning and AWB;
√ Law & Valuation                             >   Taxation of Corporate Finance                                and a number of contractual and joint venture
√ Managing Workplace Conflict & Change        >   Taxation of Corporations                                     disputes, including Esso Australia Resources
√ Mastering Facilitation                      >   Taxation of Employee Remuneration                            Pty Ltd v Southern Pacific Petroleum NL &
√ Media & Communications Industry             >   Taxation of Property Transactions                            Ors [2005] VSCA 228, a leading decision on
  Regulation                                  >   Taxation of Superannuation                                   the implied term of good faith.
√ Mediation                                   >   Taxation of Trusts
√ Native Title Law, Policy & Practice         >   Taxation Strategies in Financial Planning
  Online Content Regulation
√ Principled Negotiation
√ Regulatory Litigation                       Australian School of Business courses
√ Research Thesis
  Risk Management in Sport                    >   Competition & Consumer Law
√ Sports Sponsorship & Marketing:             >   Corporations & Business Associations Law
  Commercial Issues                           >   E-Business & the Law
  Strata & Community Title Law                >   Intellectual Property for Business
√ Transnational Business & Human Rights       >   Legal Aspects of Finance
√ Water Rights & Contemporary Policy          >   Legal Foundations of Business
√ Workplace Law                               >   Taxation Law

√ Electives offered in 2011                   Check Australian School of Business website for taxation and
                                              business courses on offer in 2011, not all courses are offered
                                              each year.




                                                                                                                                                     Photograph by Patricia Poon
Program              Master of Criminal Justice & Criminology        Graduate Diploma in Criminal Justice & Criminology
Code                 9285                                            5285
Units of credit      48 uoc                                          36 uoc
No. of courses       8 courses                                       6 courses
Duration             1 year full time, 2 years part time             Full time or part time
Semester start       Semester 1 & Semester 2                         Semester 1 & Semester 2
Entry requirements   Undergraduate degree – minimum credit average   Undergraduate degree




                                                       this Master oF
                                                      criMinal Justice
                                                                                   It is jointly offered by the Faculty of Law
                                                                                   and the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences       pRoGRAm
                                                        & criMinology              drawing on the acknowledged excellence in
                                                                                   research and teaching of criminal justice and
                                                                                                                                     structure
                                                           is designed             criminology in each faculty.                      All students are required to complete the
                                                       For graduates               The program provides graduates from
                                                                                                                                     compulsory course, Explaining Crime, in the
                                                            seeking an             a variety of disciplines with a strong
                                                                                                                                     first year of study, and non-law graduates
                                                                                                                                     must also complete the compulsory course
                                                     interdisciPlinary             understanding of criminological and legal         Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for
                                                           sPecialised             research, and legal and criminological
                                                                                   perspectives on the practices and regulation
                                                                                                                                     Criminal Justice & Criminology.
                                                      education at an              of criminal justice institutions and processes.
                                                    advanced level in
                                                      criMinal Justice
                                                  law, Policy, theory
                                                         and Practice.
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CompuLsoRy
courses
> Explaining Crime                                                                                               Director
> Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for                                                                         Master of Criminal Justice & Criminology
  Criminal Justice & Criminology                                                                                 Professor Julie Stubbs
  (for non-law graduates)
                                                                                                                 Julie joined the Faculty in 2010 having come
                                                                                                                 from the University of Sydney. Prior to that

ELECTIVE                                                                                                         she worked with the NSW Bureau of Crime
                                                                                                                 Statistics and Research. Her research
courses                                         Faculty of Art & Social Sciences courses
                                                                                                                 interests include: legal responses to violence
                                                                                                                 against women, homicide, restorative justice,
                                                                                                                 and bail; she has also undertaken research
√ Anti-Money Laundering & Proceeds of           >   Explaining Crime
                                                                                                                 on young offenders, and on cross-cultural
  Crime                                         >   Law, War & Justice
                                                                                                                 issues in criminal justice. She is currently
  Comparative Anti-Terrorism Law                >   Deviant & Criminal Sexual Behaviour
                                                                                                                 an adviser to VicHealth on violence against
√ Crime Prevention Policy                       >   Policy Analysis
                                                                                                                 women, and has been a member of: the
  Criminal Justice: Global Perspectives         >   Program Evaluation
                                                                                                                 NSW Advisory Panel on Domestic and Family
  Critical Criminology                          >   Research for Policy
                                                                                                                 Homicides; the Criminal Justice Sexual
√ Current Issues in Criminal Justice
                                                Check Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences website for courses on   Assault Taskforce; and the Department
√ Cybercrime, Security & Digital Law
                                                offer in 2011, not all courses are offered each year.            of Corrective Services Institutional Ethics
  Enforcement
                                                                                                                 Committee. She has undertaken consultancy
√ Fraud, Forgery & Dishonesty
                                                                                                                 research for Legal Aid NSW and several
√ Gender, Race & Justice
                                                                                                                 criminal justice agencies.
√ International Criminal Law
  Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
                                                                                                                 Julie is a member of the Editorial Board for
  Issues in Criminology
                                                                                                                 the journals: Australian and New Zealand
√ Juvenile Justice
                                                                                                                 Journal of Criminology, British Journal of
√ Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for
                                                                                                                 Criminology (International Advisory Board),
  Criminal Justice & Criminology
                                                                                                                 Critical Criminology, and Current Issues in
√ Research Thesis
                                                                                                                 Criminal Justice.
  Selected Issues in Sentencing
  Sentencing: Law, Policy & Practice
√ Transnational Policing & Human Rights

√ Electives offered in 2011
Program              Master of Dispute Resolution                    Graduate Diploma in Dispute Resolution
Code                 9235                                            5235
Units of credit      48 uoc                                          36 uoc
No. of courses       8 courses (2 compulsory)                        6 courses (2 compulsory)
Duration             1 year full time, 2 years part time             Full time or part time
Semester start       Semester 1 & Semester 2                         Semester 1 & Semester 2
Entry requirements   Undergraduate degree – minimum credit average   Undergraduate degree




                                                       lawyers and                The Master of Dispute Resolution program
                                                                                  provides comprehensive and academically         pRoGRAm
                                                      Practitioners               rigorous postgraduate study for those           structure
                                                   FroM non-legal                 seeking a specialist qualification in dispute
                                                                                  resolution theory and practice.
                                               backgrounds have                                                                   Students in the Master of Dispute Resolution
                                                                                                                                  and the Graduate Diploma in Dispute
                                             identiFied the need to               The program will enable students to develop
                                                                                                                                  Resolution must complete two compulsory
                                                exPand their skills               skills in identifying the underlying issues
                                                                                  that shape and inform a range of dispute
                                                                                                                                  courses (12 uoc) with the balance of the
                                                 and knowledge in                 resolution processes, and to think creatively
                                                                                                                                  program selected from the elective courses
                                                                                                                                  on offer.
                                                  the new and ever                about approaches and solutions to them.
                                                                                  The courses promote inter-disciplinary study
                                                 changing Field oF                through exposure to dispute resolution
                                             ProFessional disPute                 practitioners in a range of fields.
                                                         resolution
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CompuLsoRy                                Director
                                          Master of Dispute Resolution
courses                                   Dr Lisa Toohey

> Dispute Resolution                      Lisa joined the Faculty in 2010 having come
> Principled Negotiation                  from the University of Queensland. Prior to
                                          that she worked in law firms in Australia and
                                          Vietnam, where she practised in trade law

ELECTIVE                                  and foreign investment, corporate litigation,
                                          and IT/IP/telecommunications law. She has
courses                                   also taught courses in Vietnam, Thailand,
                                          and Azerbaijan. She has been admitted to
  Administrative Justice                  practice as a barrister and solicitor in Victoria,
√ Advanced Issues in Dispute Resolution   as a legal practitioner in Queensland, and as
√ Complex Commercial Litigation           a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of
  Criminal Justice: Global Perspectives   Australia.
  Dispute Resolution in Sport
√ Foundations of Facilitation             Lisa's research interests include the World
√ International Commercial Arbitration    Trade Organization, the role of law in
√ International Commercial Dispute        development, and comparative law focusing
  Resolution                              on the Asia-Pacific region. She has worked
√ Juvenile Justice                        on international development projects in the
√ Managing Workplace Conflict & Change    legal field with US and Canadian donors in
√ Mastering Facilitation                  Vietnam and Azerbaijan.
√ Mediation
√ Peaceful Settlement of International
  Disputes
√ Regulatory Litigation
√ Research Thesis
  Sentencing: Law, Policy & Practice

√ Electives offered in 2011
Program              Master of Human Rights Law & Policy                Graduate Diploma in Human Rights Law & Policy
Code                 9211                                               5211
Units of credit      48 uoc                                             36 uoc
No. of courses       8 courses (1 compulsory for law graduates,         6 courses (1 compulsory for law graduates,
                     2 compulsory for non-law graduates)                2 compulsory for non-law graduates)
Duration             1 year full time, 2 years part time                Full time or part time
Semester start       Semester 1 & Semester 2                            Semester 1 & Semester 2
Entry requirements   Undergraduate degree in law, the social sciences   Undergraduate degree in Law, the social sciences
                     or humanities – minimum credit average             or humanities




                                                  the develoPMent                    Although human rights are universal and the
                                                                                     entitlement of everyone, regardless of status,    pRoGRAm
                                                  oF huMan rights                    race, gender, nationality or other distinction,   structure
                                              law has altered the                    too often they are imperfectly understood and
                                                                                     poorly observed.
                                              ways in which nation                                                                     Students in the Master of Human Rights
                                                                                                                                       Law & Policy and the Graduate Diploma in
                                             states, governMents,                    In recent decades, there has been an
                                                                                                                                       Human Rights Law & Policy must complete
                                                    individuals and                  expansion in thinking about and applying
                                                                                     human rights concepts and standards,
                                                                                                                                       the compulsory course, International Human
                                                  grouPs interact.                   including in Australia and our region. The aim
                                                                                                                                       Rights. Non-law graduates must also
                                                                                                                                       complete the compulsory course, Legal
                                                                                     of this program is to train and support future
                                                                                                                                       Concepts, Research & Writing for Human
                                                                                     professionals and scholars as leaders in the
                                                                                                                                       Rights.
                                                                                     dynamic and expanding field of human rights
                                                                                     law and policy.
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CompuLsoRy                                 ELECTIVE                                      Director
                                                                                         Master of Human Rights Law & Policy
courses                                    courses                                       Justine Nolan

> International Human Rights                   Administrative Justice                    Justine teaches and researches in the area of
> Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for   √   Advanced Issues in International Law      international human rights law and corporate
  Human Rights (for non-law graduates)     √   Aspects of International Governance       responsibility and in particular accountability
                                               Contemporary Issues in International &    for corporate violations of human rights.
                                               Domestic Indigenous Law & Policy          She is the author of a number of articles
                                               Criminal Justice: Global Perspectives     on this topic and is currently working on a
                                           √   Disability Law & Policy                   new international human rights text book
                                               Environmental Issues in the WTO           (forthcoming 2011). She was previously the
                                           √   European Human Rights Law &
                                                                                         Director of the Business and Human Rights
                                               Institutions
                                                                                         program at the Lawyers Committee for
                                           √   Human Rights in Asia
                                               Human Rights in the Australian            Human Rights in the USA and with the UN on
                                               Constitution                              business and human rights initiatives.
                                           √   Human Rights Internship
                                           √   Indigenous Peoples in International Law   Justine is a member of the Australian
                                           √   International Aspects of Social Justice   Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
                                               International Child Law                   Human Rights Small Grants Scheme Expert
                                           √   International Climate Law                 Panel, a member of NSW Legal Aid`s
                                           √   International Criminal Law                Human Rights Panel and a member of the
                                           √   International Environmental Law           International Commission of Jurists Advisory
                                           √   International Law & the Use of Force      Panel. Justine is the Deputy Director of the
                                           √   International Law of Equality &           Australian Human Rights Centre and an editor
                                               Discrimination                            of the Human Rights Defender.
                                           √   International Organisations
                                           √   International Refugee Law
                                               International Trade Law: Environment &
                                               Development
                                           √   Issues in Discrimination Law
                                           √   Law of Armed Conflict
                                               Law, Culture & the International
                                           √   Law, Rights & Development
                                           √   Managing Workplace Conflict & Change
                                           √   National Protection of Human Rights:
                                               Comparative Perspectives
                                           √   Native Title Law, Policy & Practice
                                           √   Peaceful Settlement of International
                                               Disputes
                                           √   Principles of International Law
                                           √   Research Thesis
                                           √   Transnational Business & Human Rights
                                           √   Transnational Policing & Human Rights

                                           √ Electives offered in 2011
Program              Master of International Law & International Relations   Graduate Diploma in International Law & International Relations
Code                 9240                                                    5760
Units of credit      48 uoc                                                  36 uoc
No. of courses       8 courses (2 compulsory)                                6 courses (2 compulsory)
Duration             1 year full time, 2 years part time                     Full time or part time
Semester start       Semester 1 & Semester 2                                 Semester 1 & Semester 2
Entry requirements   Undergraduate degree in law, the social sciences        Undergraduate degree in Law, the social sciences
                     or humanities – minimum credit average                  or humanities




                                                     there is virtually                   The Master of International Law &
                                                                                          International Relations provides an                  pRoGRAm
                                                   no area oF world                       interdisciplinary study program for students         structure
                                                      Politics in which                   with backgrounds in law, the social sciences
                                                                                          or humanities who are interested in a
                                                    international law                     career in international law and international
                                                                                                                                               Students are required to complete two
                                                                                                                                               compulsory courses (12 uoc) in the first year
                                               does not Play a role                       relations. It provides students with a strong
                                                                                                                                               of study, then choose half of their elective
                                                    and international                     theoretical and practical understanding of the
                                                                                          international legal system, the workings of
                                                                                                                                               courses from the Law courses offered and
                                                law cannot be Fully                       international politics and their effect on each
                                                                                                                                               half from the International Relations & Politics
                                                                                                                                               courses.
                                               understood without                         other.
                                                   an aPPreciation oF                     This program does not lead to a professional
                                               the Political context                      qualification for legal practice.
                                                in which it oPerates.
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CompuLsoRy
                                                                                                                Director
                                                                                                                Master of International Law and

courses                                       International Relations & Politics courses
                                                                                                                International Relations
                                                                                                                Dr Sarah Williams

> Principles of International Law             > Australia in the World                                          Sarah was previously the Dorset Fellow in
> The Politics of International Law           > China & Asia-Pacific Security                                   Public International Law at the British Institute
                                              > Developing Countries & the International                        of International and Comparative Law, a
                                                System                                                          Senior Legal Researcher at the UK Foreign

ELECTIVE                                      > Global Politics
                                              > International Organisations & Global
                                                                                                                and Commonwealth Office, and a Lecturer at
                                                                                                                Durham Law School, University of Durham.
courses                                         Politics
                                              > International Peace & Security
                                                                                                                She has also worked as a commercial
                                                                                                                solicitor in London and Sydney.
                                              > Internship Program
√   Advanced Issues in International Law
                                              > Law, War & Justice                                              Sarah has acted as a consultant to the
    History & Theory of International Law
                                              > Thesis                                                          European Commission, the British Red
√   Human Rights in Asia
                                              > The International Political Economy                             Cross, the International Federation of the Red
√   Human Rights Internship
                                              > The Middle East & Global Politics                               Cross and the British Institute of International
√   Indigenous Peoples in International Law
                                              > The Politics of International Law                               and Comparative Law. She is currently the
√   International Aspects of Social Justice
                                              > Theories of the Global Free Market & their                      Co-Editor of the PIL Current Developments
√   International Climate Law
                                                Critics                                                         section of the International and Comparative
√   International Criminal Law
                                                                                                                Law Quarterly. Her research areas include
√   International Environmental Law           Check International Relations & Politics website for courses on   international law, in particular international
√   International Human Rights                offer in 2011, not all courses are offered each year.
                                                                                                                criminal law, international humanitarian law
√   International Law & the Use of Force
                                                                                                                and the law on the use of force. Sarah’s
√   International Organisations
                                                                                                                book, on Internationalized Criminal Tribunals,
√   International Refugee Law
                                                                                                                is to be published in 2010.
√   International Trade Law
√   Law of Armed Conflict
√   Law of the Sea
√   Peaceful Settlement of International
    Disputes
√   Research Thesis
√ Electives offered in 2011




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                                                                                                                                      Code
                                                                                                                                      Units of credit
                                                                                                                                                           Graduate Diploma in Applied Intellectual Property
                                                                                                                                                           5265
                                                                                                                                                           36 uoc
                                                                                                                                      No. of courses       6 courses (up to 4 compulsory)
                                                                                                                                      Duration             1 year full time, 2 years part time
                                                                                                                                      Semester start       Semester 1 only
                                                                                                                                      Entry requirements   Undergraduate degree




 the graduate diploma in
 applied intellectual Property                        pRoGRAm                                           CompuLsoRy                                         Director

 is a specialist program                              structure                                         courses                                            Grad Dip in Applied Intellectual Property
                                                                                                                                                           Michael Handler
 designed for professionals                           All students are required to complete three       >   Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for IP      Michael joined the Faculty in December 2005.
 who wish to acquire expertise                        compulsory courses – Intellectual Property Law        (for non-law graduates)                        He previously worked at the Australian Centre
 in the practical, commercial                         & Innovation, IP Licensing & Commercialisation,   >   Intellectual Property Law & Innovation         for Intellectual Property in Agriculture at the
 application of intellectual                          IP Strategy & Management. In addition,            >   IP Licensing & Commercialisation               Australian National University (2003-05) and at
                                                      students with a non-law degree are required to    >   IP Strategy & Management
 property.                                            complete the course Legal Concepts, Research
                                                                                                                                                           the University of Sydney (2002).

                                                      & Writing for IP.                                                                                    He teaches and researches in the field of
 Open to law and non-law graduates such as
 scientists, engineers, researchers and research                                                        ELECTIVE                                           intellectual property law focusing on intellectual
 managers, and professionals working in the
 cultural industries, this comprehensive program
                                                                                                        courses                                            property, including copyright, trademarks and
                                                                                                                                                           geographical indications, trade practices law,
                                                                                                                                                           consumer protection law, and international trade
 provides for indepth study of intellectual
                                                                                                            Advanced Topics in Intellectual Property       law.
 property law in an applied, commercial context.
 It combines a series of practically-oriented
                                                                                                        √   Commercial Transactions Involving IP
 courses focusing on the management and                                                                 √   Comparative Patent Law
 commercialisation of innovation, commercial                                                            √   Comparative Trade Mark Law
 legal transactions involving intellectual property                                                     √   International & Comparative Intellectual
 and the legal regulation of innovation.                                                                    Property
                                                                                                        √   Law & the Culture Industries
                                                                                                        √   Research Thesis
                                                                                                        √ Electives offered in 2011
                                                                                                                            Program                  Master of Law & Management
                                                                                                                            Code                     9210
                                                                                                                            Units of credit          60 uoc
                                                                                                                            No. of courses           8 courses
                                                                                                                            Duration                 Part time only - 2 .5 years
                                                                                                                            Semester start           Semester 1 & Semester 2
                                                                                                                            Entry requirements       Undergraduate degree – minimum credit average for
                                                                                                                                                     law graduates, distinction average for non-law graduates




the Master of law &
Management program has been                        pRoGRAm                                          LAW                                                    Director

developed for lawyers moving                       structure                                        courses                                                Master of Law & Management
                                                                                                                                                           Alexandra George
into a leadership role whether                     Students study a combination of law, taxation    The Law courses for this program include most          Alexandra specialises in intellectual property
they are working in a law firm or                  and management courses, to a total of 60 units   courses offered in the Master of Laws program.         law and applied legal philosophy. She joined
as in-house legal counsel.                         of credit (60 uoc). This includes law courses                                                           the UNSW Law Faculty in 2007, having had
                                                   – minimum 4 courses (24 uoc), management                                                                earlier academic appointments at Queen Mary,
It is also suitable for practising managers in     courses – 4 compulsory courses (24 uoc), and 2   ELECTIVE                                               University of London, the University of Wales,
                                                                                                                                                           Swansea and the University of Exeter in the UK.
                                                                                                    courses
industry needing to broaden their management       elective courses (12 uoc).
and legal knowledge. This program is open to law                                                                                                           She has also worked at the European University
and non-law graduates.                             Students enrol in the Master of Law &                                                                   Institute in Florence, Italy and at the University of
                                                   Management on a part time basis only             The 2 elective courses can be chosen from              Sydney, has practised as an intellectual property
This postgraduate program allows students to       (minimum of 5 semesters, maximum of 9            either the Faculty of Law or the Management            and media lawyer, was Associate to Justice
reinforce legal expertise whilst acquiring and     semesters).                                      courses:                                               MF Moore in the Federal Court of Australia and
consolidating an understanding of the functional                                                                                                           the Industrial Relations Court of Australia, and
areas of management. The Master of Law &                                                                                                                   worked in journalism at Reuters.
                                                   mANAGEmENT
                                                                                                    Faculty of Law – choose from either Law or Tax
Management is a program of the Faculty of Law                                                       postgraduate courses
                                                                                                                                                           Her research focuses on the philosophy of
supported by the Australian School of Business
AGSM MBA (Executive) program.                      courses                                          AGSM MBA – choose from the following 6                 intellectual property law, particularly with respect
                                                                                                                                                           to the notion of ‘property’ in intangible objects
                                                                                                    Management courses:
Visit the Faculty of Law website and the           The management component of the degree is                                                               and the communicative effects of trade mark
Australian School of Business website for          drawn from courses offered through the AGSM      >   MNGT6210 Accounting & Financial                    and copyright law. Recent publications examine
details.                                           MBA (Executive) Program.                             Management                                         issues such as commodification and intellectual
                                                                                                    >   MNGT6232 Data Analysis & Statistical               propertisation, the role of intellectual property
                                                   4 compulsory core management courses:                Modelling for Business                             in the globalisation process, and practical
                                                   > MNGT6275 Managing People &                     >   MNGT6372 Managerial Skills                         problems of intellectual property enforcement.
                                                      Organisations                                 >   MNGT6371 Managing Change (online)
                                                   > MNGT6302 Economics in Management               >   MNGT6382 Information Technology &
                                                      Practice                                          Organisational Performance
                                                   > MNGT6251 Marketing Management                  >   MNGT6233 Operations Management




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                                                   > MNGT6321 Corporate Finance
                                                                                             Program                Master of Legal Studies                             Graduate Diploma in Legal Studies
                                                                                             Code                   9220                                                5750
                                                                                             Units of credit        48 uoc (24 uoc compulsory)                          36 uoc (24 uoc compulsory)
                                                                                             No. of courses         8 courses                                           6 courses
                                                                                             Duration               1 year full time, 2 years part time                 Full time or part time
                                                                                             Semester start         Semester 1 only                                     Semester 1 only
                                                                                             Entry requirements     Undergraduate degree – minimum credit average       Undergraduate degree




Professionals from non-legal
backgrounds are increasingly                       pRoGRAm                                             CompuLsoRy                                          Director

finding they need an                               structure                                           courses                                             Master of Legal Studies
                                                                                                                                                           Alexandra George
understanding of how the                           The program includes 5 compulsory law               >   Australian Legal System & Process               Alexandra specialises in intellectual property
legal system works.                                courses (24 uoc) which students undertake           >   Elements of Contract                            law and applied legal philosophy. She joined
                                                   before choosing the elective courses. Elective      >   Introduction to Property Law                    the UNSW Law Faculty in 2007, having had
They don’t wish to practise law but they require   courses may be chosen from postgraduate             >   Introduction to Public Law                      earlier academic appointments at Queen Mary,
some substantive knowledge of the law in           law or tax courses offered by the Faculty of        >   Research & Writing in a Legal Environment       University of London, the University of Wales,
specific areas.                                    Law or from postgraduate courses offered by                                                             Swansea and the University of Exeter in the UK.
                                                   other faculties at UNSW. These courses should                                                           She has also worked at the European University
The Master of Legal Studies program is
designed to provide this necessary background
                                                   complement a student’s previous study and           ELECTIVE                                            Institute in Florence, Italy and at the University of

in dealing with legal concepts, materials
and reasoning. The degree equips non-law
                                                   work experience and build an understanding
                                                   of the law into the student’s current area of       courses                                             Sydney, has practiced as an intellectual property
                                                                                                                                                           and media lawyer, was Associate to Justice
                                                   expertise.                                                                                              MF Moore in the Federal Court of Australia and
professionals with the knowledge, skills and                                                           The elective Law courses for this program           the Industrial Relations Court of Australia, and
techniques needed to identify legal issues                                                             may be selected from most courses offered           worked in journalism at Reuters.
and provides some substantive knowledge
                                                                                                       in the Master of Laws program. Enrolment is
of certain areas of law which the workplace,                                                                                                               Her research focuses on the philosophy of
                                                                                                       subject to the approval of the Associate Dean
regulatory or business environment requires.                                                                                                               intellectual property law, particularly with respect
                                                                                                       (Postgraduate). Some courses may assume
                                                                                                       background experience or education. Other           to the notion of ‘property’ in intangible objects
                                                                                                                                                           and the communicative effects of trade mark
                                                                                                       than in exceptional circumstances, MLS
                                                                                                                                                           and copyright law. Recent publications examine
                                                                                                       students are not permitted to enrol in the
                                                                                                                                                           issues such as commodification and intellectual
                                                                                                       Research Thesis option.
                                                                                                                                                           propertisation, the role of intellectual property
                                                                                                                                                           in the globalisation process, and practical
                                                                                                                                                           problems of intellectual property enforcement.




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                                                                                               Program              UNSW JD
                                                                                               UNSW code            9150
                                                                                               UAC Program code     Semester 1: CSP – 912600; FEE - 912601, Semester 2: CSP – 915600; FEE - 915601
                                                                                               Units of credit      144 uoc
                                                                                               No. of courses       26 courses (17 compulsory)

a degree which leads to                                                                        Duration
                                                                                               Semester start
                                                                                                                    3 years full time, can be studied part time over a longer period, or accelerated to complete in 2 years.
                                                                                                                    Semester 1 & Semester 2
adMission to legal Practice.                                                                   Entry requirements   Undergraduate degree in any discipline other than law




the unsw Jd is a professional                           Students study 17 compulsory courses which
                                                        provide comprehensive knowledge of the many
law degree for graduates of                             areas of law that are fundamental to legal practice
disciplines other than law and                          and an understanding of the legal system. They
leads to admission to legal                             then choose 9 elective courses from a wide range
                                                        on offer each semester. These electives include
practice.                                               the opportunity for high-level experience of legal
                                                        practice in the form of internships, clinical practice
 It is nationally and internationally recognised as a   at our own Kingsford Legal Centre, national
graduate level law degree and can be used as a          and international mooting competitions and our
basis for seeking admission to the legal profession     international exchange program which allows
overseas.                                               students to go on exchange to one of our 50
                                                        partner Law Schools around the world.
The UNSW JD allows students to study law at a
postgraduate level which reflects their maturity        A key feature of the UNSW JD is the program’s
and proven proficiency with tertiary study. Honours     flexibility. Students can study at a pace which
is awarded to the highest performing UNSW JD            suits their personal circumstances and learning
graduates.                                              style. The standard three year program can be fast
                                                        tracked or studied over a longer period of time and
                                                        students can start in semester one or semester
                                                        two.

                                                        The UNSW JD will comprise a mix of
                                                        Commonwealth Supported Places and full-fee
                                                        places, with students selected on the basis of
                                                        academic results in previous tertiary study.
Advanced Debt Capital Markets & Securitisation   42   Disability Law & Policy                               58
Advanced International Trade Law                 42   Dispute Resolution                                    58
Advanced Issues in Dispute Resolution            43   Double Tax Agreements                                 59
Advanced Issues in International Law             43   Electronic Commerce Law & Practice                    59
Anti-Money Laundering & Proceeds of Crime        44   Elements of Contract                                  60
Asia Pacific Tax Regimes                         44   Environmental Law in Australia                        60
Asian Competition Law                            45   Environmental Markets                                 61
Aspects of International Governance              45   EU: Institutions & Legal Systems                      61
Australian Climate Law                           46   European Human Rights Law & Institutions              62
Australian Legal System                          46   Finance for Lawyers                                   62
Australian Legal System & Process                47   Foundations of Facilitation                           63
Banking & Finance Law                            47   Fraud, Forgery & Dishonesty                           63
Censorship, Contempt & the Media                 48   Funds Management, Superannuation & Insurance          64
Chinese Corporate & Securities Law               48   Gender, Race & Justice                                64
Chinese Legal System                             49   Global Issues in Competition Law & Policy             65
Commercial Contracts                             49   Globalisation & Commercial Law                        65
Commercial Property Transactions                 50   GST: Design & Structure                               66
Commercial Transactions Involving IP             50   Human Rights in Asia                                  66
Comparative Tax Systems                          51   Human Rights Internship                               67
Comparative Trade Mark Law                       51   Indigenous Peoples in International Law               67
Competition Law                                  52   Insurance Law                                         68
Competition Law & Intellectual Property          52   Intellectual Property Law                             68
Complex Commercial Litigation                    53   Intellectual Property Law & Innovation                69
Consolidations & Group Structures                53   International & Comparative Intellectual Property     69
Construction of Commercial Agreements            54   International Aspects of Social Justice               70
Corporate Governance                             54   International Business Transactions                   70
Corporate Insolvency                             55   International Climate Law                             71
Crime Prevention Policy                          55   International Commercial Arbitration                  71
Current Issues in Criminal Justice               56   International Commercial Dispute Resolution           72
Current Research Problems in Tax                 56   International Criminal Law                            72
Cybercrime, Security & Digital Law Enforcement   57   International Environmental Law                       73
Defamation & the Media                           57   International Financial System: Policy & Regulation   73




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International Human Rights                                                        74   Principled Negotiation                              90
International Law & the Use of Force                                              74   Principles of Australian International Tax          90
International Law of Equality & Discrimination                                    75   Principles of GST Law                               91
International Organisations                                                       75   Principles of International Law                     91
International Refugee Law                                                         76   Principles of Revenue Administration                92
International Tax Research                                                        76   Privacy & the Media                                 92
International Tax: Design & Structure                                             77   Regulatory Litigation                               93
International Taxation: Anti-Avoidance                                            77   Renewable Energy Law                                93
International Trade Law                                                           78   Research & Writing in a Legal Environment           94
Introduction to Property Law                                                      78   Research Methods in Taxation                        94
Introduction to Public Law                                                        79   Research Thesis                                     95
IP Licensing & Commercialisation                                                  79   Securities & Financial Markets Regulation           95
IP Strategy & Management                                                          80   Self Managed Superannuation Funds Law               96
Issues in Discrimination Law                                                      80   Sports Sponsorship & Marketing: Commercial Issues   96
Juvenile Justice                                                                  81   Tax Administration Process                          97
Law & the Culture Industries                                                      81   Tax Policy                                          97
Law of Armed Conflict                                                             82   Tax Risk Management                                 98
Law of the Sea                                                                    82   Taxation of Capital Gains                           98
Law, Rights & Development                                                         83   Taxation of Corporate Finance                       99
Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for Applied IP                                 83   Taxation of Corporations                            99
Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for Business Law                               84   Taxation of Employee Remuneration                   100
Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for Criminal Justice & Criminology             84   Taxation of Property Transactions                   100
Legal Concepts, Research & Writing for Human Rights Law                           85   Taxation of Superannuation                          101
Managing Workplace Conflict & Change                                              85   Taxation of Trusts                                  101
Mastering Facilitation                                                            86   Taxation Strategies in Financial Planning           102
Media & Communications Industry Regulation                                        86   Transnational Business & Human Rights               102
Mediation                                                                         87   Transnational Policing & Human Rights               103
Mining & Resources Law                                                            87   Water Rights & Contemporary Policy                  103
National Protection of Human Rights: An International & Comparative Perspective   88   Workplace Law                                       104
Native Title Law, Policy & Practice                                               88
Natural Resources Law                                                             89
Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes                                     89




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