Dispute Resolution and Ethics Comprehensive Course Notes

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  • UniversityUniversity of Adelaide
  • AreaLaw
  • CourseComprehensive Dispute Resolution and Ethics Notes
  • Course CodeLAW3501
  • ProfessorMargaret Castles and Anne Hewitt
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  • Authormarstef
  • Created2016
  • Pages217
  • Approved30 December 2017

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Complete, comprehensive course notes for Dispute Resolution and Ethics (LAW3501 ) covering all lectures, assigned readings and seminar problems.


The notes are designed to cover everything required to complete the course and was my failsafe for the exam. It is broken down on a weekly basis (lecture, readings, seminar) so you are able to concisely get across each topic by cutting through extraneous material.


The major topics covered in these notes include:

  • Introduction To Ethical Dispute Resolution
  • Dispute Resolution Strategies And Practice
  • Pleadings And Process – Commencing Proceedings
  • Pleadings – The Defendant’s Response
  • Disclosure Of Documents And Privilege
  • Privilege And Immunity
  • Pre-Trial Investigatory Measures And Cross-Vesting Jurisdiction
  • Costs And Maintaining The Status Quo
  • Mediation And Negotiation
  • Comparative Jurisdictions
  • Duty To The Court And Responsible Legal Citizenship
  • Resolution, Judgment, Appeals And Enforcement
  • Revision


About the author: This is a University of Adelaide Law/Commerce student with a history of scoring top marks in Law subjects. They graduate the Bachelor of Laws with Second Class Division A Honours and a GPA of 5.750. This student also gradated from the Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) with a GPA of 5.875.


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