LAWHONS 733 - Studies in Contract Law

Credit points: 20 points
Offered: Full-year
Contact hours: Lectures - 2 hours per week
Course Coordinator: Marcus Roberts

Course description

The first semester will consist of class discussion and is concerned with various historical, comparative and ideological perspectives on contract law and the nature of contractual obligation/relationships. Topics that may be covered include the development of consideration, equitable estoppel, damages and the doctrine of frustration. The second semester is given over to the presentation of student papers, the topics of which are for the student to determine in consultation with the lecturer.

Assessment

100% on-course assessment. Individual components to be advised by the lecturer at the commencement of the course.