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Unit name Legal Professional Experience
Unit code LAW345
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Law
Discipline Law
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply understanding of and commitment to professionalism, ethical and professional conduct of lawyers and the practise of law in a direct way as part of the conduct of a practical legal project, inquiry, or intensive placement in a legal organisation.
  2. Contribute to the administration of justice in the community through the conduct of a practical legal project, inquiry, or intensive placement in a legal organisation.
  3. Evidence a practical understanding of the situational environment in which legal work is conducted to ensure your work is responsive and relevant to the conduct of a legal matter or inquiry.
  4. Effectively lead and mentor others in a professional environment.
  5. Work independently, collaboratively and under direction and in a professional and inclusive manner.




Selective enrolment


Teaching Pattern

Off Campus:
Clinical Practice (10 hours/weekly)
Clinical Practice (70 hours/semester)

On Campus:
Lecture (2 hours)


Task 1: Personal and Group Accountability, 2 hour preparation / clinic plan meeting, 1-3 hours clinic time, 1 hour debrief – file planning, 1 hour mentoring review (20%)

Task 2: Folio and exit interview (50%)

Task 3: Reflection (30%)

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