General Course Information
2. Aims, Objectives & Graduate Attributes
2.1 Course Aims
The aim of LAWS1100 is to give you a broad knowledge and understanding of Australian Business Law in order to be able to recognise, resolve and avoid legal problems in your business and commercial dealings.
2.2 Learning Objectives
After successfully completing this course you should be able to:
|1||Identify, understand and locate relevant legal information in the field of Australian Business Law.|
|2||Recognise and identify situations which potentially give rise to legal issues or problems in a Business Law context.|
|3||Apply legal rules and principles (such as rules to do with contract, tort and consumer law) to assess your legal position in relation to typical business and commercial dealings.|
|4||Plan and produce comprehensive answers, based upon your analysis of a legal problem, by using the ILAC technique.|
|5||Evaluate your legal, social and professional responsibilities to your peers, your profession and your community.|
2.3 Graduate Attributes
Successfully completing this course will contribute to the recognition of your attainment of the following UQ (Undergrad Pass) graduate attributes:
|GRADUATE ATTRIBUTE||LEARNING OBJECTIVES|
|A . IN-DEPTH KNOWLEDGE OF THE FIELD OF STUDY|
|A1 . A comprehensive and well-founded knowledge in the field of study.
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|A4 . An understanding of how other disciplines relate to the field of study.
|A5 . An international perspective on the field of study.
|B . EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION|
|B1 . The ability to collect, analyse and organise information and ideas and to convey those ideas clearly and fluently, in both written and spoken forms.
||1, 2, 3, 4|
|B2 . The ability to interact effectively with others in order to work towards a common outcome.
||2, 3, 4|
|B3 . The ability to select and use the appropriate level, style and means of communication.
|B4 . The ability to engage effectively and appropriately with information and communication technologies.
||2, 3, 4|
|C . INDEPENDENCE AND CREATIVITY|
|C1 . The ability to work and learn independently.
||1, 2, 3, 4|
|C3 . The ability to generate ideas and adapt innovatively to changing environments.
||2, 3, 4|
|C4 . The ability to identify problems, create solutions, innovate and improve current practices.
|D . CRITICAL JUDGEMENT|
|D1 . The ability to define and analyse problems.
|D2 . The ability to apply critical reasoning to issues through independent thought and informed judgement.
|D3 . The ability to evaluate opinions, make decisions and to reflect critically on the justifications for decisions.
|E . ETHICAL AND SOCIAL UNDERSTANDING|
|E1 . An understanding of social and civic responsibility.
|E2 . An appreciation of the philosophical and social contexts of a discipline.
|E4 . A knowledge and respect of ethics and ethical standards in relation to a major area of study.
|E5 . A knowledge of other cultures and times and an appreciation of cultural diversity.
3. Learning Resources
3.1 Required Resources
James, Nickolas and Thomas, Timothy Business Law (Wiley, 6th edition, 2022).
Material prescribed via the course Blackboard website.
3.2 Recommended Resources
No recommended learning resources
3.3 University Learning Resources
Access to required and recommended resources, plus past central exam papers, is available at the UQ Library website (http://www.library.uq.edu.au/lr/LAWS1100).
The University offers a range of resources and services to support student learning. Details are available on the myUQ website (https://my.uq.edu.au/).
3.4 School of Law Learning Resources
Law School Citation Style
Students preparing assignments, research papers, dissertations and theses are required to follow the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (4th edition).
For a short summary of the complete Australian Guide to Legal Citation, see the UQ Library’s Referencing Guide to the AGLC.
The Law Library’s Legal Research Guide site at http://guides.library.uq.edu.au/legal-research-guide provides links to a wide range of Australian and International sites relevant to the study of law.
Students should refer to the UQ Library website generally for information relating to facilities, collections and services available – http://www.library.uq.edu.au.
Course Learn. UQ (Blackboard) Website
Course Learn.UQ (Blackboard) websites contain course announcements; the course profile; the learning guide (where applicable); lecture slides and discussion boards. Students should visit their course Learn.UQ (Blackboard) websites regularly to check for course announcements and to read and contribute to any online activities.
Course Coordinators will maintain and regularly update course Learn.UQ (Blackboard) websites, which can be accessed via the following link – https://learn.uq.edu.au/. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have access to the websites. Access to Learn.UQ (Blackboard) is automatically generated for those students enrolled through mySI-net approximately 1 week prior to the course commencing. If you do not have access by that time please contact the AskUs Library Help – firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Queensland Library offers computing help and training free to UQ students – https://web.library.uq.edu.au/library-services/it.
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