These are clearly written Evidence law notes from UTS. These are complete and very easy to follow. A linked index table is given at the beginning of the notes for easy navigation.
Looks at the interpretation of the Evidence Act 1995 in judicial decisions, the types of evidence and how they can be used to establish facts, and the law reform processes that underpin the rules in NSW and federal courts. This subject develops the knowledge base and analytical skills of students through problem-solving exercises that mirror the legal and factual issues that arise in legal practice when determining the admissibility of evidence.
It would be useful to hand a full copy of the Evidence Act 1995 (NSW) for the exam and for reference during the course.
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