Law 5 Taught Paper Offerings
Enquiries regarding the timetabling and assessment of these papers are welcome. Contact the Faculty's Graduate Administrator - Anna MacGillivray: firstname.lastname@example.org
2017 A Semester
|LAWS523 - 17A (HAM) - Advanced Civil Litigation|
|LAWS525 - 17A (HAM) - Contemporary International Indigenous Issues|
|LAWS526 - 17A (HAM) - Legal Aspects of Cyber Security|
2017 B Semester
|LAWS531 - 17B (HAM) - International Environmental Law|
|LAWS534 - 17B (HAM) - Transnational Criminal Law|
|LAWS562 - 17B (HAM) - International Trade|
2017 T Semester
|LAWS572 - 17T (HAM) - Special Topic: Judicial Remedies|
Papers are offered subject to demand & staff availability.
LAWS523-17A Advanced Civil Litigation
The focus of this paper is current and significant issues in civil litigation, with an emphasis on the ways in which concerns about access to justice are changing the way litigation is practiced across the common law world.
Convener: Les Arthur
LAWS525-17A Contemporary International Indigenous Issues
The purpose of this paper is to focus on the issues that are raised at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues each year to provide a special insight into the working of the United Nations on contemporary and topical indigenous issues. An examination of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples will be pivotal.
Convener: Valmaine Toki
LAWS526-17A Legal Aspects of Cyber Security
This paper will be one of the core papers in the new Master of Cyber Security degree. It is also open for Law Masters and honours students. It explores the legal aspects of cyber security and cyber crime, by analysing selected legislation and case law relevant to the area of cyber security. The paper covers the ethical and legal boundaries of rights and liability of security professionals.
Convener: Wayne Rumbles
LAWS531-17B International Environmental Law
This paper provides a synthesis of theory and specific case studies, so that the student will be able to understand the most formidable international environmental problems in international law and the context from which these problems originate. Working with thematic areas of international environmental law, ranging from climate change to biological diversity, specific case studies will also include international environmental law and sustainable development, economic growth, free trade, debt, aid and sovereignty.
Convener: Al Gillespie
LAWS534-17B Transnational Criminal Law
Globalised criminal activity has forced states to coordinate their legal responses. This paper examines the substantive crimes that states have agreed to enact and the forms of procedural cooperation that states have agreed to adopt in order to cooperate in the suppression of transnational crime.
Convener: Neil Boister
LAWS562-17B International Trade
This paper will provide students with an in-depth understanding and knowledge of the law and policies of present-day international trade regulations, both on the multilateral level (and hence an intensive examination of the procedural and substantive law of the World Trade Organisation (WTO)) and on the regional level (the law of Free Trade Agreements).
Special regard will be given to the ongoing debates on the ongoing negotiations on Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Students will be invited to analyze critically the status quo with a particular emphasis of intended and unintended consequences of trade law on other policy objectives. In particular the so-called "interface" issues (the impact of trade law on the environment, health and safety, development and other social policies) will be critically assessed in light of cases regarding trade in alcoholic beverages, genetically modified products, gambling services, tabacco, renewable energy, seal products and so on.
Convener: Alberto Alvarez-Jimenez