UNE unit code: LLM526
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- Armidale Campus
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Upon completion of this unit, students will be able to:
- demonstrate specialist and advanced knowledge of the underlying principles, structure, institutions and vocabulary of human rights;
- critically analyse contemporary human rights issues and policy, using professional judgement, evaluation and synthesis to consider the effectiveness and influence of human rights law on society;
- exercise cognitive skills to identify, analyse and critically reflect on human rights issues considering underpinning theoretical frameworks and human rights law to build a persuasive and comprehensive legal argument, including recommendations for appropriate actions and remedies in relation to human rights law; and
- use well-developed and autonomous judgment and advanced research skills to produce clear and coherent written communications that are based upon analysis, synthesis, and professional judgement to advise interested parties about human rights issues using legal reasoning and argument.
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