LL105 Half Unit
This information is for the 2012/13 session.
Professor Tim Murphy, NAB 7.22
This is a compulsory course for Intermediate LLB students and 2nd year BA Anthropology and Law. It is also available to General Course students and as an outside option.
The aim is to introduce students to the role of property concepts in legal and social thought. Particular attention is paid to the context, development and function of property forms in contemporary legal systems.
The course encompasses a broad range of established and emergent property forms, ranging from questions of copyright and share ownership to aspects of real property. Extensive use will be made of historical and other general commentaries on the question of property.
Two lectures a week (LL105) and one-hour class (LL105.A).
Murphy & Roberts, Understanding Property Law; Ryan, Property and Political Theory; Rifkin, The Age of Access.
A two-hour formal examination in the ST on which the entire assessment for the course is based.