LAW3463: Cross-Border Litigation

Undergraduate – Trimester 1 2024

Cross-Border Litigation (previously Private International Law) considers the power of Australian courts to deal with international and interstate litigation, opportunities for and restraints on forum shopping, and the enforcement of foreign and interstate judgments. It also involves choice of law: the principles by which a court will apply the law of another country or state in nominated fields of contract, tort, marriage and divorce, and property law. This area of law is known as private international law or conflict of laws.

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