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Unit name Evidence
Unit code LAW422
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Law
Discipline Law
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify, explain, apply and critique doctrines, principles and rules relating to the law of evidence and their rationales and understanding of the theoretical foundation of the law of evidence and the basic purposes it serves.
  2. Identify evidentiary issues raised in legal problems and apply relevant evidentiary rules.
  3. Clearly and succinctly explain evidence law and its application to both hypothetical scenarios and trial processes, orally and in writing.
  4. Reflect on the operation of the law of evidence in the trial context; and a variety of justice issues relating to evidence.



50 credit points of Advanced Law core


Teaching Pattern

1 x  Pre-recorded Lecture per week

1 x 2 hour Seminar per week

1 x 1 hour Zoom drop-in review session per week


Mid-semester test, 90 minutes (20%), Briefing Note 1250 words (20%), Seminar participation (20%), Final exam, 2 hours (40%)

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