Environmental Law - LAW560
Environmental law has evolved as a huge and rapidly developing field, inextricably tied to ethical, scientific, political and policy developments. The unit provides an introduction to environmental policy, philosophy and the legal system with a focus on the evolution of modern approaches to sustainable development. It explores key issues, concepts and principles involved in developing legal frameworks supporting sustainable development. The history, interdisciplinary context and legal techniques and processes will be the main focus.
D1 - Day; Offered in Session 1, North Ryde
X1 - External study; Offered in Session 1 (On-campus dates: 10-11 April)
|Staff Contact(s):||Dr Alexander Zahar|
Macquarie Law School
Faculty of Arts
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