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    Semester 2 Exam Timetable

    They just seem to get better and better... Thursday Nov 15 - Family Law Friday Nov 16 - Evidence Monday Nov 19 - Equity & Trusts Thursday Nov 22 - Administrative Law
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    what dose law courses include?

    Depends, again. If you decide to do the Professional Program (Option B - which allows you to practice as soon as you graduate), you're in for 50 units a semester and 180 hours per year of clinical placement. If you decide against the Professional Program (Option A - which requires you to...
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    what dose law courses include?

    Completely depends on what you combine Law with. I combined with Science, and I was looking at ~23 hours per week in first year. If you do Business/Law, you're looking at ~18 contact hours per week in the first semester. Judging by this year's timetable, you'd get no days off (that's pretty...
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    what dose law courses include?

    I would honestly put them on par with normal (3 hour) exams. It's entirely subjective, though, just like the idea that some people (i.e., me) prefer closed book exams to open book exams.
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    what dose law courses include?

    Definitely go for Business and then transfer, if you can. Getting reasonably good marks (credit average, perhaps) should allow you to transfer. The moots can be fun, but yeah.. the 24 hour exams can leave you feeling a little dead inside.
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    Urgent Query!

    It's usually not such a huge problem, if he e-mails the co-ordinator they will have to find him a place.
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    Rollcall - 2007

    LAWS4001 Constitutional Law LAWS4003 Civil Procedure LAWS4011 Property LAWS5061 Commercial Law LAWS4054A Legal Practice 1 - Part A LAWS4002 Administrative Law LAWS4004 Evidence LAWS4010 Equity and Trusts LAWS5063 Family Law LAWS4054B Legal Practice 1 - Part B
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    Save me

    "A candidate undertaking a combined law degree program must enrol in courses totalling at least 60 units each year and complete their first degree within four years..." - http://www.newcastle.edu.au/policylibrary/000044.html The workload for Law isn't too bad for the first three years, so it'd...
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    law at Newcastle?

    Congrats, what did you end up combining with?
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    Haha

    I noticed that. Last year there were 12 courses with a cutoff over 90, now there are 3. Strange.
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    Sem 2 2006 results

    Spectroscopic Char Compounds - 81 Environmental Chemistry II - 76 Forensic Science II - 82 Contracts - Part B - 72 WAM so far - 74.29.. getting close to that D average.
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    Sem 2 2006 results

    I wager 2:45pm. Give or take a day.
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    law at Newcastle?

    Don't know anything about Psychology, but the B Science (Forensic)/B Laws course is no longer offered because it didn't have enough students each year (there are 16 in our current year). The Science/Law combination is a fair bit of work (a lot of people, myself included, find the Science...
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    Sem 2 2006 results

    Re: Sem 2 2007 results Prediction: Contract Law - C Spectroscopic Characterisation of Compounds - C Environmental Chemistry II - C Forensic Science II - D
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    Bi Annual Exam Thread

    Finished on Wednesday, glad it's all over. Anybody graduating next year?
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