On successful completion of this minor, students will be able to:
- understand the political, cultural, socio-economic and historical practices of law and of justice from an Australian and international perspective; and
- examine the capacity and power of law to deliver justice across a range of social, historical, cultural and political contexts; and
- critically discuss socio-legal theories and concepts; and
- understand theoretical perspectives on the connections between justice, law and society. and
- communicate effectively in oral and written formats.
Offered by the School of Social and Political Science
A Law and Justice minor offers students the opportunity to examine the capacity and power of law to deliver justice in a range of social, historical and political contexts. A key focus of the subjects in this sequence is an engagement with the origins and effects of law's processes.
- Community development
- Policy development