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    RMI-OJD260 | Postgraduate

    Grasp the intricacies of the commencement of proceedings. Follow the service of process, joinder of claims, pleadings, group and representative actions, discovery and other interlocutory proceedings, enforcement, appeals and costs.  

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    RMI-OJD230 | Postgraduate

    Interrogate constitutional conventions, federalism (the division of powers and implied inter-governmental immunities), the separation of powers and the restrictive legislative procedures at State level. 

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    • 18 Jul 2022
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    RMI-OJD220 | Postgraduate

    Appreciate the principles, rules and institutions that enable relations between nation states. Integrate your understanding of treaty based international law, the United Nations Security Council's role and other international courts and tribunals

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    • 18 Jul 2022
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    RMI-OJD417 | Postgraduate

    Research and write a substantial paper on an approved topic. This is your opportunity to deeply engage with an area of law and develop the intellectual and practical skills needed to justify and interpret theoretical propositions.

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    • 14 Nov 2022
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    RMI-OJD370 | Postgraduate

    Research the nature and classification of trusts. Examine fiduciary obligations and participatory liability, statutory formalities, trust certainties and powers, the rights, duties and defences of trustees and rights and remedies of beneficiaries.

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    • 18 Jul 2022
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    Know your professional obligations by studying ethics and professional conduct in the legal profession in Victoria. You’ll cover managing trust accounts, handling conflicts, confidentiality, client illegality, and ethics in the adversary system. 

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    • 14 Nov 2022
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    The JD Study Tour will introduce you to new approaches to the organisation of justice systems and the delivery of legal services, including innovative approaches that have been implemented in international jurisdictions. (Please read the Entry Requirements section before enrolling into this subject)

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