Subject Materials

Collecting printed subject material

Students will be emailed when material for a subject they have enrolled in has become available for collection.

Please bring your student ID card with you when collecting your materials.

Collection times and location

Available material (identified in the tables below) can be collected during the following selected dates and times:

Room G27, Ground floor, Melbourne Law School

January

12-1pm, Mon 20 Jan
12-1pm, Wed 22 Jan
12-1pm, Fri 24 Jan
12-1pm, Wed 29 Jan
12-1pm, Fri 31 Jan

February

12-2pm, Mon 3 Feb
12-2pm, Wed 5 Feb
12-2pm, Thu 6 Feb
12-2pm, Fri 7 Feb
12-2pm, Mon 10 Feb
12-2pm, Wed 12 Feb
12-2pm, Fri 14 Feb
12-2pm, Mon 17 Feb
12-2pm, Wed 19 Feb
12-2pm, Fri 21 Feb
12-2pm, Mon 24 Feb
12-2pm, Tue 25 Feb
12-2pm, Wed 26 Feb
12-2pm, Thu 27 Feb

Student Enrichment Centre Workshop, Mezzanine, Melbourne Law School

March

11am-3pm, Mon 2 Mar
11am-3pm, Tue 3 Mar
12-2pm, Wed 4 Mar
12-2pm, Thu 5 Mar
12-2pm, Fri 6 Mar

From 2pm, Fri 6 Mar subject material collection will move to online requests only; students will no longer be able to drop in and collect material. Further information will be provided closer to that date.


Nominating a proxy to collect JD subject material

If you are unable to collect your materials during the allotted times, you may nominate someone to collect them on your behalf.

You only need to nominate a proxy once, as that gives them permission to pick up any material on your behalf once it becomes available.

Please allow a one-two business day turnaround between nominating a proxy and collection.

Nominate a proxy


Summer 2020

The table below identifies which Summer 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?
Summer Term
LAWS50055
Advocacy Yes - AvailableYes - Available via LMS
February
LAWS50084
Construction Law Yes - AvailableYes - Available via LMS
Summer Term
LAWS50064
Employment Law Yes - AvailableYes - Available via LMS
February
LAWS90006
Law and Legal Practice in Asia No Yes - Date to be advised
January
LAWS50059
Legal Internship No No
Summer Term
LAWS50023
Legal Method and Reasoning Yes - Available Yes - Date to be advised
Summer Term
LAWS50060
Melbourne Journal of International Law No No
Summer Term
LAWS50058
Melbourne University Law Review No No
February
LAWS50106
Murder Yes - Available Yes - Available via LMS
Summer Term
LAWS50131
Negotiations - class 1 No No
Summer Term
LAWS50131
Negotiations - class 2 No No

Semester 1, 2020

The table below identifies which Semester 1 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?
Semester 1
LAWS50032
Administrative Law Yes - Date to be advised Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50130
Advanced Torts No No
Semester 1
LAWS50055
Advocacy Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS90074
Copyright and Designs Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS90136
Criminal Institutions No Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS00011
CTLS Program No No
Semester 1
LAWS50118
Democracy, Law and Civil Liberties Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS00005 /
LAWS00006
Dual Program: JD (NYU) No No
Semester 1
LAWS90187
Economic Analysis of Law NoYes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50064
Employment Law Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS50068
Equality and Discrimination Law Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS50067
European Civil Law Yes - Available No
Semester 1
LAWS50037
Evidence and Proof Yes - Date to be advised Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50047
Family Law No No
March
LAWS50071
Global Lawyer No Yes - Date to be advised
March
LAWS50045
Institutions in International Law No Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50094
International Commercial Law & Disputes Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS90033
Law Apps No Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50059
Legal Internship No No
Semester 1
LAWS50039
Legal Research No Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS90039
Mediation Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS50060
Melbourne Journal of International Law No No
Semester 1
LAWS50058
Melbourne University Law Review No No
Semester 1
LAWS50026
Obligations Yes - Available Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50127
Philosophical Foundations of Law No No
Semester 1
LAWS50024
Principles of Public Law Yes - Date to be advised Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50030
Property Yes - Date to be advised Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1 (Early-Start)
LAWS50116
Public Interest Law Clinic Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS50036
Remedies No Yes - Date to be advised
Semester 1
LAWS50119
Sports Law No No
Semester 1
LAWS50046
Taxation Law and Policy Yes - Date to be advised No
Semester 1
LAWS50025
Torts Yes - Available  Yes - Date to be advised

Winter 2020

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


Semester 2, 2020

Material collection period for Semester 2 subjects will commence in June.


August-December 2020

Material collection period for semester 2 intensive subjects will commence in August.


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).

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.