LAWS 3079 Law, Economics, Ethics and Change
Credit Points 10
Coordinator Emily Lucas Opens in new window
Description In this subject, students engage with and propose solutions for complex legal, industrial, ethical and societal problems. Students are required to work individually and as teams to identify and analyse contemporary transdisciplinary problems. The subject follows an innovation process including the processes of ideation, conceptualisation and the development and evaluation of solutions towards implementation, preparing students for the future of work. Students will be mentored by external partners. At the end of the subject, students will propose solutions and reflect advantages and disadvantages of different responses.
Discipline Law, Not Elsewhere Classified.
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 4 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 3 subject
To enrol in this subject, students must have successfully completed 120 credit points.
- Analyse the legal, economic and ethical duties of local and global citizens in achieving change.
- Synthesise information from a range of disciplines to identify problems and propose solutions.
- Collaborate with others within and across disciplines in undertaking an innovation change process.
- Identifying problems and transdisciplinary thinking
- The ethics and duties of a citizen – local and global contexts
- Theories and case studies of change
- Understanding the legal environment and implications of action
- Political-economic structures and the possibilities of change
- The innovation process (e.g. – ideation, testing, marketing)
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.
|Reflection||2 X 500 words||30||N||Individual|
|Critical Review||2000 words||40||N||Individual|
Michael Head, Scott Mann and Ingrid Matthews, Law in Perspective (UNSW Press, 3rd ed, 2015)
Parramatta - Victoria Rd
Subject Contact Ingrid Matthews Opens in new window