|Unit name||Law of the Oceans and the Antarctic|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Law
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- Understand the key provisions of the law of the sea, Antarctic Treaty system and other international law relating to the oceans and Antarctica.
- Apply this understanding to assess current and/or past developments in international law relating to the oceans and Antarctica.
- Critically assess public statements, public documents and/or commentaries on international law and policy relating to the oceans and Antarctica.
- Effectively present written and oral material on international law and policy relating to the oceans and Antarctica.
You cannot enrol in this unit as well as the following:
Short answer test, 40 minutes (20%), Oral presentation, 10 minutes (40%) Essay, 2500 words (40%)
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