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|Student Contribution Band:||Band 4|
|Administered by:||College of Business, Law & Governance|
The intersection between law and Indigenous peoples is complex. In contemporary Australian society, Indigenous legal issues are multi-faceted and often misunderstood. Students undertaking this subject as part of a non-law course will develop useful legal analytical skills. Law students will be exposed to models and lenses that will shift their perspective by challenging traditional models of governance, property, sovereignty, and rights. Students will undertake practical legal tasks such as a native title claim, a dispute resolution, and/or a racial discrimination application and then reflect upon the effectiveness of these. Story-telling techniques of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples forms the overarching theme of this subject, beginning with an historical analysis of the intersection between the common law and Indigenous people globally.
|Study Period 2, External|
|Census Date 24-Aug-2023|
|Coordinator:||Dr Dianna Hardy|
|Lecturer:||Ms Lorelei Billing.|
The student workload for this 3 credit point subject is approximately 130 hours.
|Method of Delivery:||WWW - LearnJCU|
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