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Detailed notes that cover the University of Melbourne LAWS50064 course, including hypothetical frameworks for exam answers.
The notes have been keep short intentionally. They are simply succinct and to the point. Notes that are 100+ pages in length are often unwieldy.
– Purpose of Employment Law
– Definition of ‘Employment’
– Minimum Standards
– Enterprise Agreements
– Industrial Action
– Enforcement under the Fair Work Act
– Workplace Health & Safety
– Common Law Contracts of Employment
– Discrimination and Harassment
– Adverse Action and Bullying
– Termination of Employment
About the Author: This Author is a top Graduate from the University of Melbourne. Before studying the Juris Doctor, they completed a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Media and Communications & Political Science at the University of Melbourne. Whilst completing the JD, this author completed multiple clerkships, scoring these internships at King & Wood Mallesons, Russel Kennedy Lawyers, Corrs Chambers Westgarth and Herbert Smith Freehills. They were a careers officer for the Mebourne University Law Students Society and worked as a teachers assistant for the University.
This author has landed their graduate job at Herbert Smith Freehills and practices as a corporate lawyer within the firm’s Private Equity divison. This is a Nexus Notes recommended author.
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