Assessment for the unit is Pass/Fail and is determined on the basis of the following components:
- Legal drafting
- Reflective learning participation
- Professional practice skills
Throughout the unit, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate professional practice skills, including by participating in client interviews and managing client files. You are expected to engage professionally and appropriately with clients. You are responsible for managing client files to a high standard, consistent with your professional responsibilities. You will learn how to manage client files using the Law Clinic’s practice management database as you would in a law firm. Alternatively, in the Law Reform Project group you will practise skills associated with non-litigious strategies for change.