|Unit name||Environmental Law|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Law
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- Describe and explain the architecture of Australian environmental law, including the key sources, goals, actors and tools and the guiding policies, philosophies and principles of environmental law in Australia.
- Critique the principles in light of the difficulties faced by decision-makers in implementing these principles.
- Apply this knowledge of environmental law to different scenarios including climate change and biodiversity conservation.
50 credit points of Introductory units.
It is recommend that you have completed LAW107 Foundations of Law.
Coursework Essay, 2500 w0rds (30%), Final Exam, 2 hours (50%), Tutorial participation (20%)
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