• Part I The legal system includes a┬ádetailed examination of law reform and law reform in action. A law reform issue that is contemporary, relevant and engaging for students is now to be studied.
  • Part II The individual and the law has replaced The individual and the state. This includes a new sub-topic The individual and technology which considers legal implications of the use of technology and its impact on the individual.
  • Part III The law in practice replaces The law in focus with enhanced opportunities to investigate a wider choice of topics that deepen understanding of the principles covered in Parts I and II. Students will have opportunities to develop relevant research, analytical and communication skills that underpin the process of investigation. The law in practice may be taught as a stand-alone topic or may be integrated with Parts I and II, allowing greater flexibility for teachers.