UTS Family Law: Autumn 2009 – Notes

Here are all my notes for Family Law, taught at UTS in Autumn 2009 semester.

Please note the year of the subject, as laws and content change.

If you do download and use, leave a comment, as I’d like to know if these are actually useful for people or not.

  1. Lecture 1: Marriage, De Facto, Non-Couple Relationships
  2. Lecture 2: Marriage, Nullity and Divorce
  3. Lecture 3: Violence, Dispute Resolution, Role of Lawyers
  4. Lecture 4: Parents, Non-Parents and Surrogacy
  5. Lecture 5: Parental Concepts
  6. Lecture 6: Children
  7. Lecture 7: Enforcement and Contravention, Relocation, Abduction
  8. Lecture 8: Physical Violence & Sexual Abuse
  9. Lecture 9: Property Issues
  10. Lecture 10: Property – Contributions and Needs
  11. Lecture 11: Financial Contributions and Third Party Interests
  12. Extra: Child Support and Spousal Maintenance

6 comments for “UTS Family Law: Autumn 2009 – Notes

  1. Amy
    March 3, 2012 at 11:25 am

    Hi, I’m studying family law and workplace as part of a topic in legal studies in year 12. would this be of relevance for me? Also, do you have any notes for year 12 Legal Studies? Thanks :)

    • tutortales
      March 4, 2012 at 6:52 pm

      Sorry I don’t have any notes for Legal Studies, as I never did it in highschool. You can have a look at these notes, but they’re probably too detailed for what would be covered by Legal Studies in high school. TT

  2. Dina
    April 18, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    I did Family Law over summer and your notes were really helpful! Thanks for posting them :)

  3. Taz
    June 15, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    awesome notes!!! :) you’re the best!

  4. Liz
    April 10, 2015 at 8:39 pm

    Hi, I’m currently doing the HSC and am predominately undertaking science based subjects, however am becoming increasingly interested in doing law after school. I was just wondering if you, or anyone you know, have done gone on to do law without doing Legal Studies or humanities during the HSC, and whether its was extremely difficult without this prior knowledge. Thanks

    • admin
      May 18, 2015 at 6:03 pm

      Hi Liz, sorry for the late reply – I’m not checking comments that often these days. But yes, I did Law without having done any legal studies/humanities as part of my HSC, and I did not find that it inhibited me in any way. Usually, the Law degree involves a foundational subject anyway, which apparently largely covers everything in Legal Studies from Yr 11 and 12, but in 1 semester. :) All the best.

      TT

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