Turner,Trone & Gamble, Concise Australian Commercial Law, 6th ed. 2021 (Thomson Reuters). To order a copy using the publisher's website, please click on the following link
There are a number of other texts that you may find useful. Most of these texts are available in the UNSW Library:
Turner & Trone, Australian Commercial Law, 31st ed. 2017 (Thomson Reuters)
Michael Lambiris & Laura Griffin, First Principles of Business Law, 10th ed. 2017 (Oxford University Press)
Carter, J W, Carter’s Guide to Australian Contract Law, 3rd ed. 2015 (Lexis Nexis)
Harris, Jason & Corese, Christopher Contract in Context 2015 (CCH)
Carvan, Understanding the Australian Legal System, 7th ed. 2014 (Thomson)
Enright C.,Legal Technique 2002 (The Federation Press) (note: The earlier edition of this book, Understanding the Law, is also useful.)
Gibson and Fraser, Business Law, 10th ed, 2017 (Pearson)
James, Business Law, 4th ed. 2019 (Wiley)
Graw, S; Parker, D; Whitford, K; Sangkuhl, E; Do, C Understanding Business Law, 8th ed, 2016 (Lexis Nexis)
Lo, Vai Io, Commercial Law in Australia, 2009 (LexisNexis) (In Chinese)
Wang, The International Student Guide to Business Law, 2nd ed, 2019 (Thomson) (In Chinese)
Excellent general references that can aid students in identifying and accurately stating legal rules are the Halsbury’s Laws of Australia series (LexisNexis database) or The Laws of Australia Encyclopedia (Legal Online database) which are available in the online through the UNSW Library’s Sirius search engine (see Electronic Databases below).
Excellent study references also include the Jurisprudentia Student Guide Cards for Consumer Law I, II & III and Commercial Law I & II (available from the UNSW Bookshop).
Students should have access to a good legal dictionary. Students should also be aware of appropriate study techniques and legal referencing protocols (the Australian Guide to Legal Citation, 3rd ed.: http://mulr.law.unimelb.edu.au/go/aglc is excellent for this). Any of the following books are recommended for these purposes. Many of them are available from the UNSW Law School library.
Krever, Mastering Law Studies and Law Exam Techniques, 10th ed. 2019, (Butterworths).
Campbell et al, Students’ Guide to Legal Writing, 3rd ed, 2010 (The Federation Press)
Crosling & Murphy, How to Study Business Law, 4th ed., 2009, (LexisNexis Butterworths).
Keyzer, Legal Problem Solving: a Guide for Law Students, 2nd ed. 2002
Strong, S. I. How to write law essays & exams, 4th ed, 2014, Oxford University Press.
General Web References:
Austlii (legal database including cases, journal articles, reports)
Attorney General’s website including Commonwealth legislation and links to State and Territory legislation
Lawlex (a private company’s website offering consolidated lists of current legislation and links to ScalePlus)
NSW Attorney-General’s website
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
The UNSW library subscribes to several electronic databases, including the Halsbury’s Laws of Australia series (LexisNexis database) or The Laws of Australia Encyclopedia (Legal Online database). Of particular relevance to this course are the LexisNexis, Legal Online and the CCH databases. The UNSW library databases can be accessed via the UNSW website using the Sirius search engine. Also available on line in the UNSW Library site is the Guide to Legal Research (which includes a tab on ‘Legal Citations”). Go to the UNSW Library page > Subject Guides > Law > Guide to Legal Research.
The website for this course is on Moodle.