I have created these very comprehensively written Dispute Resolution and Ethics course notes for LAW 3501 at The University of Adelaide. These are very well formatted with exam in mind. Case summaries, with facts and ratios, are included within each topic to ensure factual analogies can be drawn wherever possible. A skeleton answer is set out at the beginning of the notes to provide a check-list for issue spotting and to assist in the development of an answer. Pre-written answers based on typical areas covered in the exams, are included after the body of the notes.
Following topics are covered in these notes:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Pre-Action Procedures Overview
- Pre-Action Procedures
- Joinder and Parties
- Other Pre-Trial Measures OVERVIEW
- Other Pre-Trial Measures
- Interlocutory Hearings
- Courts powers
- Appeals, Judicial Review, Judgment, Re-litigation and Enforcement of Judgments
- Pre-Written Answers
This course will cover procedures applicable to the resolution of civil disputes, including conciliation, mediation, arbitration and judgment, together with the ethical obligations that lawyers bring to these procedures.
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