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Advanced Legal Research (ALR)
2013 session 1
Start here: Reading Guides (login and password given in class. NOT zPass!)
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- Review classes: three optional review classes offered prior to exam, not in Lab - bring laptop:
- Monday 20 May 2013, 7pm to 9pm, Chemical Science M11.
- Wednesday 22 May, 7pm to 9pm, Chemical Science M11.
- Wednesday 22 May, 10am to 12pm, Chemical Science M11. New (2/5/13)
- Exam: The Take-Home Exam will be available [ HERE ] morning of Friday 24 May 2013.
Due: seven days later, COB Friday 31 May. Please submit in hard copy to the law counter, and use a Cover Sheet with group number and time. Keep a Backup. (22/4/13) - Revised Due Date - Friday
- Links in tables for topics 1, 2 and 3 have been updated. Thanks to those reporting bugs - please include referring page URL, link text, and broken URL. (16/5/13)
- Exam Strategy: see new notes at left.
- Noting up Methods table - Legislation and Cases Noteup Methods now online, comments welcome. (21/9/12)
- ALR Post 2012: ALR will run in 2013 in same format to 2012, then merge into new curriculum model in transition year 2014 (may still be a few current format ALR groups). (1/8/12)
- Review Notes summarise attributes of sources, and how to assess most efficient options for specific question on a particular day.
- Reading Guide external links and Table of Subject Collections (Commentaries) have been updated. (Use Sirius if in doubt). (13/7/12)
- Trouble logging in to Library Lab computers or Sirius? Call IT Service desk to ensure your zPass is configured. .
Teachers: Alana Maurushat (convener), David Vaile and Sarah Lux. (Umair Ghori also taught in the summer session.)
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These pages were
initially prepared in 2003 by Prof Graham Greenleaf and more recently updated by David Vaile and Alana Maurushat for
students studying Advanced Legal Research at UNSW. Other visitors
are welcome, but may not be able to access some materials. These pages do
provide legal advice and should not be used for that purpose.
to Philip Chung at AustLII for technical assistance, and Trevor Roydhouse for certain table maintenance. Last
at the date of the most recent Notice above.