Cambridge Legal Studies - Preliminary Second Edition
Cambridge Legal Studies 2nd Edition combines information on all aspects of the law with superior exam preparation in an accessible and student-friendly resource package.
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PDF Textbook chapters
Chapter 2 - Sources of contemporary Australian law
Chapter 3 - Classification of law
Chapter 4 - Law Reform
Chapter 5 - Law reform in action
Chapter 6 - Your rights and responsibilities
Chapter 7 - Resolving disputes
Chapter 8 - Contemporary issues: The individual and technology
Chapter 9 - Children and young people
Chapter 10 - Women
Chapter 11 - The Bali bombings
Chapter 12 - The Port Arthur massacre
Chapter 13 - Mohamed Haneef
Chapter 14 - Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (OMCGs)
Chapter 15 - File sharing and digital copyright
Chapter 16 - Drug testing
Answers, Glossary and Index
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Chapter 1: Basic legal concepts [Word]
Chapter 2: Sources of contemporary law [Word]
Chapter 3: Classification of law [Word]
Chapter 4: Law reform [Word]
Chapter 5: Law reform in action [Word]
Chapter 6: Your rights and responsibilities [Word]
Chapter 7: Resolving disputes [Word]
Chapter 8: Contemporary issue: The individual and technology [Word]
Chapter 9: Children and young people [Word]
Chapter 10: Women [Word]
Chapter 11: The Bali bombings [Word]
Chapter 12: The Port Arthur massacre [Word]
Chapter 13: Mohamed Haneef [Word]
Chapter 14: Outlaw motorcycle gangs (OMCGs) [Word]
Chapter 15: File sharing and digital copyright [Word]
Chapter 16: Drug testing [Word]
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Cases, statutes and media reports
Proforma media report
Extended respose question - solution overview
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The complete Teacher Resource Package contains:
- Mock court activity
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- Tests and test solutions
- WebQuest activities
Teacher CD content