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The course aims to provide a sound academic grounding in key areas of Child and Family Law, including Dispute Resolution, Guardianship, Parenting Orders, Child Abduction, Child Abuse and Domestic Violence.
Child and Family Law is a core part of general legal practice, as well as being a speciality practice area. In general terms, this course will deal with the process and substantive law concerning the care of children, and will also cover issues of family violence. More specifically, the topics covered by this course will be:• Dispute Resolution (Family Dispute Resolution Service);• The Care of Children Act 2004 (guardianship, parenting orders and international child abduction);• The Adoption Act 1955;• The Children Young Persons and Their Families Act 1989;• The Domestic Violence Act 1995.The course includes tutorials and guest lectures, and an optional moot.
(i) LAWS101; and (ii) LAWS110
Assessment may be by way of a compulsory research essay, an optional moot, and a final examination.The assessment will be confirmed in the first week of lectures.
Domestic fee $775.00
International fee $3,525.00
* Fees include New Zealand GST and do not include any programme level discount or additional course related expenses.
For further information see
School of Law.