That blue book all Law students hate to love and love to hate. The AGLC itself tells you how to reference everything and anything, but this video will show you how to have a better relationship with your blue law school bible.
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This one is a bit more technical. Rules, the rules that govern your moot are absolutely crucial to your success. So - how do you work with and under them?
So you've just received your mooting problem. Now what?
Australia does not have a constitutional bill of rights, that is a section of our constitution that outlines what social and political rights all Australians have by virtue of their citizenship, birth or location.
A filibuster is a parliamentary tactic to delay a motion being discussed by the house, be it the Senate of the USA or some other place. Why is a filibuster not possible in Australia? How does it work? I've got you.
Want to know what a writ of habeas corpus is? I've got you.
How do demerit points for driving licence offences work in Victoria?
First of all, congratulations. Law School admittance is a bit like running a race blindfolded. It’s a competition, but you can’t see who you’re competing with until you turn up on the first day of lectures.
I recently spoke at the 38th African Studies Association of Australia and the Pacific at Deakin University in Melbourne. I spoke about working with LGBTI asylum seekers, newly arrived migrants and refugees from African and the Middle East.
Don't you wish you had a friend that would give you the basics of law school but without the financial burden?