Transaction Technologies and Property Law

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Abstract


This Report was commissioned by the Bond University Centre for Professional Legal Education as part of the research project ‘The Impact of Emergent Technologies Upon the Teaching of Core Law Units in the Australian Law Curriculum’.

The structure of the accredited Australian law degree – both the Bachelor of Law (LLB) and the Juris Doctor (JD) – continues to be determined primarily by the need to demonstrate coverage of the ‘Priestley 11’ (P11) prescribed areas of knowledge: administrative law, civil dispute resolution, company law, constitutional law, contract law, criminal law and procedure, equity, evidence, professional conduct, property law and tort law. The P11 areas of knowledge are taught via a series of core law units within the law degree, the content of which is relatively consistent across Australian law schools.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationRobina, QLD
PublisherBond University
Commissioning bodyBond University
Number of pages16
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2022

Keywords

  • property law
  • electronic conveyancing
  • blockchain
  • property law pedagogy

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