Subject Materials

Collecting printed subject material

From Wed 7 August Semester 2, 2019 subject material will only be available upon request via an online form; collection by drop-in will no longer be possible. Requests will take up to 2 business days to process. Once processed, you will receive an email with instructions to collect your subject material.

Request JD subject material


Semester 2, 2019

The table below identifies which Semester 2 subjects have subject materials and how they are provided to students.

Note: If a subject has printed and online subject material, they are the same materials provided in both mediums.

Please refer to the subject handbook entry to determine if textbooks are also required.

Subject Code Subject Name Printed Subject Material? Online Subject Material?
LAWS90059 Commercial Law in Practice Yes - Available No
LAWS50063 Competition Law Yes - Available No
LAWS50028 Constitutional Law Yes - AvailableYes - Available
LAWS50029 Contracts Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50035 Corporations Law Yes - AvailableYes - Available
LAWS90136 Criminal Institutions Yes - AvailableYes - Available
LAWS50034 Criminal Law and Procedure Yes - Available
(Weeks 1-6 material only, weeks 7-12 material provided in class)
Weeks 1-6 - Yes - Available
LAWS50050 Cross-Border Litigation Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50051 Deals Yes - Available No
LAWS90140 Disputes and Ethics Yes - AvailableYes - Available
LAWS50078 Environmental Law Yes - Available No
LAWS50033 Equity and Trusts Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50047 Family Law No No
LAWS50093 Insolvency Law Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50049 International Human Rights Law Yes - Available No
LAWS90033 Law Apps No Yes - Available
LAWS90036 Legal Drafting Yes - Available No
LAWS50059 Legal Internship No No
LAWS50039 Legal Research No Yes - Available
LAWS50031 Legal Theory - Class 1 Yes - AvailableYes - Available
LAWS50031 Legal Theory - Class 2 Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50031 Legal Theory - Class 3 Yes - AvailableYes - Available
LAWS50031 Legal Theory - Class 4 Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50031 Legal Theory - Class 5 Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50096 Media Law Yes - Available No
LAWS50060 Melbourne Journal of International Law No No
LAWS50058 Melbourne University Law Review No No
LAWS50108 Mergers, Acquisitions & Capital Markets Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS90164 MLS Tax Clinic No Yes - Available
LAWS50114 New Ideas in Legal Scholarship No No
LAWS90075 Patents and Trade Secrets Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50116 Public Interest Law Clinic Yes - Available Yes - Available
LAWS50101 Refugee Law Yes - Available No
LAWS50102 Street Law Yes - Available No
LAWS50046 Taxation Law and Policy Yes - AvailableYes - Available
LAWS50075 Trade Mark Law No Yes - Available

August-December 2019

The table below identifies which August-December intensive subjects have subject materials and how they are provided to students.

Note: If a subject has printed and online subject material, they are the same materials provided in both mediums.

Please refer to the subject handbook entry to determine if textbooks are also required.

Study Period-Subject Code Subject Name Printed Subject Material? Online Subject Material?
November
LAWS50055
Advocacy Yes - Date TBC No
November
LAWS90004
Disability Human Rights Clinic Yes - Date TBC No
December
LAWS90037
Economic and Business Law in Asia No Yes - Date TBC
August
LAWS50042
Jessup Moot No No
December
LAWS50059
Legal Internship No No
December
LAWS50031
Legal Theory - Class 1 Yes - Date TBC Yes - Date TBC
December
LAWS50031
Legal Theory - Class 2 Yes - Date TBC Yes - Date TBC
December
LAWS50031
Legal Theory - Class 3 Yes - Date TBC Yes - Date TBC
November
LAWS50131
Negotiations No No
November
LAWS50036
Remedies No Yes - Date TBC

Summer 2020

Material collection period for Summer period subjects will commence late December or early January.


Semester 1, 2020

Material collection period for Semester 1 subjects will commence in January.


Winter 2020

Material collection period for winter subjects will generally commence in June.


Subject outlines, reading guides and materials

Copies of the current semester's printed subject material are available to borrow from the Law Library.

Subject outline and reading guide for each subject will be available from the LMS, and will be included in all printed subject materials.

Note: The LMS page will generally become available to enrolled students 10 days prior to the commencement of teaching for that subject.

Required texts

Although it is strongly recommended that students obtain their own copies of the required texts as indicated in the subject reading guides at the beginning of semester, copies of each of the required texts will be available at the Law Library (on reserve). Required texts are available for purchase from the University Co-op Bookshop.

Lost subject materials

If you require a replacement copy of subject materials for a subject you are currently enrolled in (ie your previous copy was lost), you are entitled to one replacement copy. To request a replacement, please email law-aso@unimelb.edu.au.