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Courses Handbook 2018

This handbook contains information for courses and units at Curtin in 2018.
Information for the previous year's courses and units is available at Courses Handbook 2017.

Results for search "area: Curtin Law School"

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LAWS2002Administrative LawCurtin Law School
LAWS1001Advanced Contract LawCurtin Law School
TAXA5003Advanced Estate PlanningCurtin Law School
TAXA6000Advanced International Taxation ResearchCurtin Law School
LAWS3017Advanced Legal ResearchCurtin Law School
LAWS4000Advanced Legal Research and Writing for HonoursCurtin Law School
TAXA6001Advanced Superannuation and Retirement PlanningCurtin Law School
TAXA5006Advanced TaxationCurtin Law School
LAWS1003Advanced Tort LawCurtin Law School
LAWS3010Air and Space LawCurtin Law School
LAWS3011Alternative Dispute ResolutionCurtin Law School
BLAW2012Applied Contract LawCurtin Law School
TAXA5000Applied International TaxationCurtin Law School
TAXA3002Australian Tax Law CasesCurtin Law School
LAWS3012Australian Taxation Law in PracticeCurtin Law School
BLAW3004Business Intellectual PropertyCurtin Law School
BLAW1004Business LawCurtin Law School
BLAW5021Business Law Research Project 1Curtin Law School
BLAW2013Business and Company LawCurtin Law School
LAWS1004Business, Law and RegulationCurtin Law School


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