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TOPIC Companies should be legally bound to act in the best interests of the environment in Australia. Discuss. Folio 1 Mind Map of your topic and essay plan with full introduction (AGLC Australian Guide to Legal Citation compliant footnotes must be included) (10 Marks) Folio 2 Annotated Bibliography – 5 secondary sources. At least three sources must be peer reviewed journal articles or academic texts. You may choose two sources from the list of secondary sources outlined in class. Include properly referenced, AGLC compliant footnotes. Australian and international sources are allowed. Interdisciplinary research is encouraged. Therefore you may include literature from disciplines other than, but complementary to, law (e.g. political science, economics, sociology, history). (15 Marks) Folio 3 Exercise on Statutory Interpretation. Choose a statute that is relevant to your topic- Australian statutes only (Commonwealth or State). (10 Marks) Folio 4 Exercise on Reading a Case- Choose a case that is relevant to your topic- Australian cases only (Commonwealth or State). (10 Marks) Folio 5 Assessment of Legal Authorities – 3-5 primary sources including at least one Australian case and one Australian statute. Foreign sources acceptable for comparative purposes. (AGLC compliant footnotes must be included). (15 Marks) Folio 6 Conclusion- AGLC compliant footnotes must be included. (5 Marks) Folio 7 Reflective summary on the research process, including a discussion of ethics in research and a discussion of learning from successes and mistakes/difficulties related to preparing each folio. (5Marks)

TOPIC
Companies should be legally bound to act in the best interests of the environment in Australia.
Discuss.
Folio 1
Mind Map of your topic and essay plan with full introduction (AGLC Australian Guide to Legal Citation compliant footnotes must be included)
(10 Marks)
Folio 2
Annotated Bibliography – 5 secondary sources. At least three sources must be peer reviewed journal articles or academic texts. You may choose two sources from the list of secondary sources outlined in class. Include properly referenced, AGLC compliant footnotes. Australian and international sources are allowed. Interdisciplinary research is encouraged. Therefore you may include literature from disciplines other than, but complementary to, law (e.g. political science, economics, sociology, history). (15 Marks)
Folio 3
Exercise on Statutory Interpretation. Choose a statute that is relevant to your topic- Australian statutes only (Commonwealth or State).
(10 Marks)
Folio 4
Exercise on Reading a Case- Choose a case that is relevant to your topic- Australian cases only (Commonwealth or State). (10 Marks)
Folio 5
Assessment of Legal Authorities – 3-5 primary sources including at least one Australian case and one Australian statute. Foreign sources acceptable for comparative purposes. (AGLC compliant footnotes must be included). (15 Marks)
Folio 6
Conclusion- AGLC compliant footnotes must be included.
(5 Marks)
Folio 7
Reflective summary on the research process, including a discussion of ethics in research and a discussion of learning from successes and mistakes/difficulties related to preparing each folio. (5Marks)

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