Faculty of Commerce

Business Law

The Business Law major provides graduates with the skills and knowledge base that are critical to successfully understanding the context, application and impact of law on the structures and transactions of business. After completing the foundation law subject, students are able to choose from a large range of specialist subjects. The Business Law major may be taken separately or in conjunction with any other major in the Commerce Schedule and complements other discipline studies, providing a legal framework perspective on the institutions and structures of those disciplines.

Students considering transferring to the double degree Bachelor of Commerce-Bachelor of Law should seek academic advice before enrolling in any subject in this major.

Subjects required for major study

Code

Subject

Session

Credit Points

LAW 101

Law, Business and Society

Autumn

6

Plus 42 credit points selected from

LAW 302

Law of Business Organisations

Autumn

6

LAW 308

Administrative Law

Autumn

6

LAW 315

Taxation Law

Spring

6

LAW 316

Occupational Health and Safety Law

Autumn

6

LAW 317

E-Commerce Law

Spring

6

LAW319

International Business Law

Autumn

6

LAW 321

Banking Law

n/o 2012

6

LAW 323

Consumer Protection and Product Liability Law

Spring

6

LAW 330

Law of Employment

Autumn

6

LAW 331

Intellectual Property Law

Spring

6

LAW 332

Labour Regulation

Spring

6

LAW 334

Environmental Law

Spring

6

LAW 335

Anti-Discrimination Law

Spring

6

LAW 343

International Law

Autumn/Spring

6

LAW 348

Media Law

Autumn

6

LAW 352

Advanced Taxation Law

n/o 2012

6

LAW 359

Corporate Governance

Spring

6

LAW 365

International and Comparative Intellectual Property Law

n/o 2012

6

Other information

Further information is available at http://coursefinder.uow.edu.au/ or email: Commerce - commerce-enquiries@uow.edu.au