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The admission of solicitors and solicitors in Victoria is governed by rules. We draw your attention to the following points, which are important for obtaining the matriculation qualification.

Table of Scholarships, Prizes  and Bursaries  University Library
Table of Scholarships, Prizes and Bursaries University Library

Scholarships, Bursaries, Prizes and Financial Assistance

This will be based on the income of the applicant and his parents for the financial year preceding the one in which. Under the terms of the Dafydd Lewis Trust, scholarships for undergraduate courses in Agriculture, Architecture, Commerce,.

Post-graduate Studies

The following table lists awards other than those described above that are available to law students at the matriculation, undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels. Further information on these awards can be obtained from regulations or announcements in the Calendar or from the person listed in the table.

ENTRANCE

UNDERGRADUATE

Until the last day of March in the fifth year after the year in which the scholar enrolled. Articled Clerk placed first in Honor Examination in Introduction to Legal Method and Principles of Contract.

GRADUATE

A graduate of an Australian university who was born in Australia or whose parents have resided in Australia for seven years. 125 The best essay on a medico-legal topic by an undergraduate student of law or medicine or legally qualified lawyers or doctors.

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Student Facilities

Examinations are carried out by final year optometry students under supervision at the college's Collins Street Clinic. A blood bank will be established this year and anyone who can contribute should contact the Convener of the Health Sub-Committee, C/o. The attention of the students is directed to the units of the university for the training of Air Force and Army personnel.

training depot; details of the Melbourne University Air Force Squadron can be obtained from Flight Lieutenant Melchert, 301-311 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, C.1.

Student Guidance

Students wishing to have their eyes examined should make appointments at the Australian College of Optometry, Fourth Floor, Kurrajong House, 177 Collins Street, or by calling Central 2879. If treatment is required, students are advised to consult a practitioner doctor of your choice.

Appointments Board

Students in their final year and considering permanent positions should register early in their final year and should keep in touch with the placement board until they are satisfactorily placed. It is advisable for all students to 'visit the Employment Board two or three times a year during their courses to become acquainted with the Secretary and his assistants and to obtain information on current employment trends. All men and women currently registered and available for employment are kept informed of suitable vacancies that come to the Board's notice.

They also receive a copy of the nominating committee report each year, which contains updated information on recruitment trends, graduate opportunities and current salary rates.

REGULATIONS

  • A candidate for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws must sub- sequently to his matriculation pursue his studies for four years and pass
  • The Degree of Bachelor of Laws may be obtained either as an Ordinary Degree or as a Degree with Honours
  • The subjects of the examinations of the second year shall be as follows
  • The subjects of the examinations of the third year shall be as follows
  • The subjects of the examinations of the fourth year shall be (a) Jurisprudence;
  • A candidate who has passed in any subject or subjects of a year shall be entitled to credit therefor and may pass in the remaining
  • Except with the special permission of the Faculty, no candidate may obtain credit for more than four subjects in the first year of the
  • Where pursuant to regulations subsequently repealed or amended a candidate has obtained credit or may obtain credit in the course for the
  • To ensure compliance with the requirements of the foregoing sections a candidate must at the beginning of his first year submit for
  • Notwithstanding anything to the contrary a candidate who has passed at the University in the subjects required to be passed for
  • At the Annual Examination there shall be open to competition among students then taking in their course the subjects hereafter men-
  • There shall be Honour Examinations and separate class lists shall be published in Constitutional Law Part I, Introduction to Legal
  • Candidates may be admitted to the examination in any sub- jects for the Degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours and may upon
  • Where it appears that owing to special circumstances a candidate should be admitted to a special examination in any one subject

A candidate who has passed one or more subjects in a year is entitled to credit for this and can pass in the remaining year, is entitled to credit for this and can pass the remaining subject or subjects in a subsequent examination or tests, but the Faculty may decide in which subject(s) in a later year of the education, he can take the exam in connection with the subject(s) he has not passed. If, pursuant to later repealed or amended rules, a candidate has obtained credit or can obtain credit in the course for it, the faculty can decide in which additional subjects he must pass in order to obtain the degree; and regardless of otherwise, the faculty may exempt him from such subjects in the subject which, in its opinion, correspond to a significant extent to subjects which have already been passed pursuant to the repealed or amended regulations. Notwithstanding anything else, a candidate who has passed at the University in the subjects required to be passed, has passed at the University in the subjects required to be passed for appointment to the civil service profession under the rules under the Public Service Act 1946 or any amendment thereof may be admitted for the Bachelor of Laws after passing, subsequently to the completion of the course required for Stipendiary Magistrates, in the remaining subjects of the course for the said degree in such order as the Faculty may not approve: provided that no such candidate may obtain credit for such subjects, unless he has graduated at least six months before submitting to the examination.

Candidates may be admitted to the examination in any subject for the degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours, and may, in subjects for the degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours, and subject to the conditions prescribed in the regulations for that degree, be placed on the class lists and compete for exhibition.

THE DEGREE WITH HONOURS

The syllabus for the degree of Bachelor of Laws with Honours shall be that prescribed for the Degree of Bachelor of Laws (Ordinary

Honors examinations will be held and separate class lists will be published in Part I of Constitutional Law, Introduction to Law will be published in Part I of Constitutional Law, Introduction to Legal Method, Legal History, Principles of Contract, Principles of Land Property, Law of Torts, Criminal Law and procedure, public international law, comparative law, commercial law, principles of equity capital, transfer, evidence, case law, constitutional law II. part, private international law, law relating to executors and trustees, company law and industrial law. When it turns out that, due to special circumstances, the candidate needs to take a special exam in any subject, the candidate is given the opportunity to take a special exam in any subject, the faculty can organize an extraordinary exam in that subject for that candidate.

The Faculty shall after considering the whole of a candidate's course decide whether he shall be admitted to the Degree with either

  • The Preliminary examination for a candidate who is a 'Bachelor of Laws (Ordinary Degree) shall he prescribed by the Faculty in the
  • A candidate shall pursue advanced studies through not less than one academic year
  • A candidate shall submit a thesis upon a subject approved by the Faculty within a time limit prescribed by the Faculty
  • A candidate who satisfies the examiners shall be classified either as having passed or as having been awarded First Class or Second
  • A candidate who at or before the Final Honour Examination held in the First Term 1950 was placed in any class at a Final Honour
  • A candidate who is not a Bachelor of Laws with Honours and who has been enrolled in 1952 as a candidate for the degree of Master
  • Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Laws shall be Bachelors of Laws who are of not less than four years' standing since they became
  • Every candidate must submit a work* containing an originel and substantial contribution to some branch of legal knowledge. The
  • Candidates who have given evidence of research and ability satisfactory to the Examiners and have fulfilled the prescribed condi-
  • Notwithstanding any Statute or Regulation to the contrary any person who prior to 23rd. June 1890 was a Graduate of the University

A candidate who satisfies the examiners shall be classed either as Passed or as Passed First Class or Second Class as Passed or as having been awarded First Class or Second Class Honors and may be admitted to the Master of Laws degree. Candidates who have given evidence of research and ability to the satisfaction of the examiners and have fulfilled the conditions prescribed for the examiners and have fulfilled the prescribed conditions may be admitted to the degree of Doctor of Laws. June 1890 was a graduate of the University of Melbourne, shall be eligible to obtain the degree of Doctor of Laws by fulfilling the requirements either in this Regulation or in the regulations then in force.

Provided always that any person who on the aforesaid date was a Bachelor of Laws of at least three years' standing and who at any time before the said date was placed in any Class List at the Final Honors Examination for that Degree, is entitled to the obtain the degree of Doctor of Laws by complying with the requirements of this Regulation, except those contained in Section 1.

BRITISH HISTORY

General knowledge of accounting principles and bookkeeping practice; Partnership and company accounts; bookkeeping in the lawyer's office; accounts of executors and trustees. An examination of the nature of corporations incorporated under the Companies Act, 1938, the process of their formation, their powers, the rights and duties of promoters, directors and shareholders and winding up. Students should provide themselves with a copy of the Companies Act 1938, which will be used in lectures.

Students are permitted to bring copies of the Government Printer's Companies Act 1938 to the examination provided they are not marked otherwise than undone.

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PART I

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW PART II

Unannotated copies of the Commonwealth Constitution and of the Judiciary Act may be included in the examination. A two-lecture-per-week course designed to meet the requirements of the Council of Legal Education for Articled Clerks. A sketch treatment of the interpretation of the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia.

Unnotated copies of the Commonwealth Constitution and of the Judiciary may be included in the test.

CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDU RE

EVIDENCE

INDUSTRIAL LAV

INTRODUCTION TO LEGAL METHOD

the jurisprudence schools; the nature and definition of the right; law and the state; law and justice; the end of the law. In addition, the student must provide himself with copies of the following laws, which are used in the lectures:. S.-History and Sources of Common Law. P., and Stone - Cases and Lectures on Law and Society.

Students will be permitted to take to their examination copies of the above six statutes issued by the Government Printer, provided they are not marked otherwise than underlined.

PRINCIPLES OF CONTRACT Lecturer: Professor Donovan

PRINCIPLES OF PROPERTY IN LAND

PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW

PROCEDURE, THE LAW OF

Correspondence classes are possible by agreement, but only if the student is unable to attend lectures for a valid reason. Formal correspondence classes are not available for this course, but students who are unable to attend lectures will write to the lecturer for advice on. me). A study of the nature, sources and history of public international law. ii) A study of the rules which states regard as legally binding in their peacetime relations and of the institutions which create, interpret and maintain such rules. iii).

A study of some practical problems concerning modern international law; in particular the crisis in the laws of war and neutrality, the constitution and functioning of the United Nations and other international institutions.

TAXATION

TORT

ARTS SUBJECTS

PSYCHOLOGY PART I

Books recommended for further reading and reference are listed in the general manual for the Department of Psychology. An Introductory Study of the Nature, Causes, Treatment, and Prevention of Crime and Delinquency. The nature of the subject will be taken into account, as well as the ability of the candidate to make the award.

The compensation of the scholarship will be the net income of the endowment during the preceding year, and is expected to be approximately f40 per year.

DEGREE OF MASTER OF LAWS

Each candidate must submit an item relating to the real and personal property on which they intend to conduct research. The award will initially be valid for one year, but may be extended for a further two years. The candidate will work under a supervisor appointed by the faculty and the fellowship may be terminated at any time if the fellow does not perform his duties to the satisfaction of the supervisor.

THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE

ANNUAL EXAMINATION PAPERS

Note

Melbourne University Lecture Notes

Note on Limits of Circulation

FACULTY HANDBOOKS

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