Legal History is a course which covers topics in (ancient and modern)* legal history, including aspects of the Roman legal system, the legal framework of slavery in English legal history and law reform movements and legislative action in the 19th century.
- Depending on availability of staff at each offering, the course may cover both ancient and modern legal history or only one of these.
|Faculty||Faculty of Business and Law|
|School||Newcastle Law School|
Not currently offered
On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
The topics in this course include the following:
The Law Reform Stream may be chosen from the following or other analogous topics:
The Married Women’s Property Acts, the regulation of Child Labour and/or compulsory education statutes, poor laws and their reform; contagious diseased legislation, the reform of the legal process and the Judicature Acts, or Lord Shaftesbury’s workplace reforms. (Please see schedule of classes in this outline for more detail.)
|Assumed Knowledge||LAWS6000, LAWS6001, LAWS6002A, LAWS6002B, LAWS6003A, LAWS6003B, LAWS6004A, LAWS6004B, LAWS6005|
|Contact Hours||Not currently offered|
|Timetable||2018 Course Timetables for LAWS6101|