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|English level requirement||IELTS 6.5|
This law diploma will add value to your workplace and provide the opportunity to hone your legal knowledge and skills. You'll get to choose the papers you want to do and focus on what's really important in your career. Select Contract Law and Commercial Transactions Law; or focus on Dispute Resolution, Mediation or Property Issues in Family Law.
The programme would also suit New Zealand law graduates who are seeking to enhance their knowledge of the law by studying papers in new areas. This programme meets the requirements of the New Zealand Law Society’s Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Legal Method- Research and Statutory Interpretation
Legal Method- Legal Writing and Case Analysis
Introduction to New Zealand Law and Society
Legal Systems and Societies
Foundations in Legal Studies
Equity and Succession
The Law of Evidence
Treaty of Waitangi in Contemporary Aotearoa/New Zealand
Maori Land Law
Introduction to European Union Law
Indigenous Peoples Rights
Public International Law
Special Topic: Pacific Peoples and the Law
Human Rights Law
Mining and Petroleum Law
Mediation: Law, Principles and Practice
Contemporary Issues in Sports Law
New Zealand Animal Law - What, Why and Where to?
Law of the Sea
Issues in Family Law
Introduction to the Law of International Trade
Law and New Technologies
Negotiation and Persuasion
- a bachelor's degree; or