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Recommended Sequence - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws |

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Year 1 |

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Autumn session |

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200006.2 | Introduction to Law |

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200008.3 | Torts Law |

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Two units from the Year 1 core Arts units listed below: |

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100958.2 | Australia and the World |

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100960.2 | Contemporary Society |

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100968.3 | Texts and Traditions |

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100846.2 | Analytical Reading and Writing |

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Spring session |

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200007.2 | Law Foundation |

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200010.2 | Criminal Law |

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Two of the remaining Year 1 core Arts units from the list below that were not undertaken in Autumn session: |

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100958.2 | Australia and the World |

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100960.2 | Contemporary Society |

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100968.3 | Texts and Traditions |

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100846.2 | Analytical Reading and Writing |

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Year 2 |

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Autumn session |

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200011.2 | Contracts |

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Arts sub major unit |

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Two units from your chosen major |

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Spring session |

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200012.3 | Property Law |

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Arts sub major unit |

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Two units from your chosen major |

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Year 3 |

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Autumn session |

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200020.5 | Professional Responsibility and Legal Ethics |

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Arts sub major unit |

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200009.3 | Constitutional Law |

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Arts sub major unit |

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Year 4 |

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200811.1 | Alternative Dispute Resolution |

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(Parramatta Students) OR |

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200018.3 | Law of Associations |

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200757.1 | Equity & Trusts |

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