C6141 - Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice

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RMIT program code: C6141
Plan name: Advanced Diploma of Legal Practice
Plan code: C6141
National Program Code: 22276VIC
Campus: City Campus
Full-Time Duration: Two years
Minimum Nominal Hours: 1270

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2017 Enrolment Program Structure

This qualification requires the completion of the following:

  C6141 Courses
 

Completion of twenty four (24) courses with a semester of work placement for a total of four semesters or two years for full-time students.

Variations to standard enrolment

The program structure in this guide is based on a standard enrolment, and standard progression through the course. Your personal enrolment requirements may differ from the standard enrolment as a result of credit transfers, recognition of prior learning (RPL), or the need to repeat a course.

 

 

 

IMPORTANT FOR COMMENCING STUDENTS: In order for you to enrol successfully, classes should be allocated for you before you log in to enrol. If the below classes are not already allocated (ie with a 'tick' in the check boxes against each class) then please contact RMIT Connect or visit Business Central (80.07) so that your classes can be correctly assigned.

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C6141 Courses

Please be aware that some courses are taught together in the one class. Ensure that you enrol into every course listed so as to receive a final grade.

For any assistance please contact Business Central via RMIT Connect.

C6141 Core Units - Select ALL Thirteen (13) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Maintain workplace safety (BSBWHS301A)40OHTH5867CCity Campus1818 (LP1A)
1819 (LP1B)
1454 (LP1M)
Investigate and apply legal process (VU21631)50JUST5747City Campus1803 (LP1A)
1804 (LP1B)
1449 (LP1M)
Research and evaluate legal research method (VU21632)50JUST5748City Campus1806 (LP1A)
1807 (LP1B)
1450 (LP1M)
Analyse and apply law of contract (VU21633)50LAW5716City Campus1809 (LP1A)
1810 (LP1B)
1451 (LP1M)
Analyse and apply law of torts (VU21634)50LAW5717City Campus1831 (LP2M)1465 (LP2A)
1466 (LP2B)
1467 (LP2C)
Define and evaluate law of evidence (VU21635)50LAW5718City Campus1838 (LP2M)1476 (LP2A)
1477 (LP2B)
1478 (LP2C)
Determine appropriate aspects of commercial law (VU21636)50JUST5749City Campus1821 (LP2M)1455 (LP2A)
1456 (LP2B)
1457 (LP2C)
Employ property law principles and concepts (VU21637)50JUST5750City Campus1812 (LP1A)
1813 (LP1B)
1452 (LP1M)
Apply conveyancing process (VU21638)50LAW5719City Campus1832 (LP2M)1468 (LP2A)
1469 (LP2B)
1470 (LP2C)
Explore and apply wills, probates and administration procedures (VU21639)50LAW5720City Campus1844 (LP3B)1481 (LP4A)
Analyse and apply civil procedure (VU21640)50LAW5721City Campus1842 (LP3B)1480 (LP4A)
Analyse and evaluate concepts and principles of criminal law (VU21641)50LAW5722City Campus1830 (LP2M)1462 (LP2A)
1463 (LP2B)
1464 (LP2C)
Practise in a legal environment (VU21642)70JUST5751City Campus1851 (LP3A)1486 (LP4B)
AND

C6141 Group A Elective Units - A minimum of Four (4) courses from Group A Electives must be selected. Note: Courses 051723-VU21644, 051724-VU21646, 044516-BSBRES401A and 045758-BSBSUS301A not delivered-Credit Transfer/RPL ONLY. .

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Define and research the application of corporations law (VU21649)50LAW5723City Campus1848 (LP3B)1483 (LP4A)
Research the application of administrative law (VU21647)50LAW5724City Campus1850 (LP3B)1484 (LP4A)
Research the application of intellectual property and business law (VU21648)50MKTG7885City Campus1840 (LP3B)1479 (LP4A)
Evaluate the concepts and principles of family law (VU21651)50LAW5725City Campus1846 (LP3B)1482 (LP4A)
AND

C6141 Gp B Elec Units-A max of Seven (7) courses from Gp B electives may be selected. NB:Courses 043039-&043120 not delivered-Credit Transfer/RPL ONLY. Courses 051004&051003- included for historical enrolments and are no longer delivered.

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Design and produce business documents (BSBITU306A)80BUSM6232CCity Campus1815 (LP1A)
1816 (LP1B)
1453 (LP1M)
Make a presentation (BSBCMM401A)30COMM5928CCity Campus1721 (PR5A)
1722 (PR5B)
1723 (PR5C)
1837 (LP2M)
3514 (PR5P)
1405 (PR5M)
1473 (LP2A)
1474 (LP2B)
1475 (LP2C)
Produce complex legal documents (BSBLEG418A)80JUST5191CCity Campus1853 (LP3A)1490 (LP4B)
Develop keyboarding speed and accuracy (BSBITU307A)50OFFC5196CCity Campus1855 (LP3A)1492 (LP4B)
Establish and manage a trust account (FNSCNV506A)60BAFI5204CCity Campus1852 (LP3A)1488 (LP4B)
Design and produce text documents (BSBITU303A)90COSC5941CCity Campus5696 (RPL1)
5701 (RPL2)
AND

C6141 Other Elective Units - Select a Maximum of Two (2) Courses

Course Title

Nominal Hours

Prereqs/ Coreqs

Course Code

Campus

Semester 1 Class

Semester 2 Class

Use communication to build relationships (CHCCOM002)55MKTG7986CCity Campus4649 (LP3A)1637 (LP4B)
Undertake career planning (PSPGEN031)30EMPL7103CCity Campus4648 (LP3A)1635 (LP4B)
 

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Contact details and related links

Program structure enquiries

Business Central via RMIT Connect or Text BC80 to 0477 444 555 to join the queue at Business Central, Building 80, Level 7, 445 Swanston street.  

 

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