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Please take USD$1 off your first class with me with coupon code LLBSHCX7BD1 In this one-time class we will discuss what The Rule of Law is, and how it applies to your Fundamental Human Rights. We will explore the significance of The Rule of Law, its history, and the implications it has upon citizens and governments alike. The human rights that we will refer to within the context of explaining The Rule of Law will include: - The right to dignity, liberty, and equality; - The right to life,...
- Learners will understand their fundamental human rights and their responsibilities as global citizens. - Students will also have an overview with regards to what their government can and can not do. - Learners will be encouraged to voice their understanding of what The Rule of Law is, and what they think it should be.
I am a lawyer in Australia, and I have homeschooled my own children for the past 8 years and will continue to do so for at least another 17 years (my youngest child is 1y as of 2022). I have degrees, post-graduate, and professional qualifications in the following: - Law - Bachelor of Laws, Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, Admission as a Lawyer; - TESOL - I have completed 8 out of 8 units towards the 150-hour qualification. When I receive my official professional certificate from Arizona State University I will update this here; - Criminology; - I.T. Security; - Applied Linguistics; - Investigative Services; - Bachelor of Arts in Security, Terrorism and Counterterrorism from Murdoch University which covered the following topics: Ethnic Conflict and Multiculturalism Ethnic Questions in East and South-East Asia Chinese Political Economy and Business Islam: Past and Present Power and Legitimacy in Modern Political Thought Practical Ethics Politics in Contemporary China Terrorism in a Globalised World War and Peace in World History Body and Mind Crime, Business and Politics in Asia News and Politics Australian Foreign Policy Authoritarianism and Democracy Terrorism: Its Causes and Consequences International Security Studies Knowledge and Information Security Spies, Saboteurs and Secret Agents Structure Thought and Reality Introduction to University Learning Globalisation: The Asia Pacific Perspectives on Security and Terrorism Introduction to Global Politics I have also completed the following short courses which are relevant to the classes I teach here: - How Forensic Science should speak to the Court; - Introduction to Key Constitutional Concepts and Supreme Court Cases (USA); - An Introduction to American Law (USA); - English Common Law: Structure and Principles (UK); - Economic Growth and Distributive Justice; - Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries; - Reason and Persuasion: Thinking Through Three Dialogues By Plato; - Technology and Ethics; - ADHD: Everyday Strategies for Elementary Students; - The Clinical Psychology of Children and Young People; - Everyday Parenting: The ABCs of Child Rearing; - A Brief History of Humankind.
No homework, this is just an introduction to the law. Homework will be assigned in other ongoing classes which are listed under my teacher profile.
No assessment, this is just an introduction to the law. Assessment will be assigned in other ongoing classes which are listed under my teacher profile.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
- I will not be addressing politically sensitive topics in this class. - The dialogue will be around the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), how it came into being and how it shapes and influences our current laws. - If I do need to use slides, I screen share Google Slides, and I may also screen share YouTube as applicable. - Learners do not need to access the internet outside of Outschool during this class.
Primary Sources: - Treaty - International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (adopted by the United Nations in 1966 and entered into force in 1976); - Treaty - International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (adopted by the United Nations in 1966 and entered into force in 1976); - Legislation - Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act (1900); - Legislation - Constitution of the United States (1789); - Declaration - Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948); - The Magna Carta 1215 Secondary Sources: - Article - Southern Cross University Law Review, Volume 4, December 2000, ‘The Just Rule of Law’ by Adrian Lipscomb and Nicholas Cowdery; - Encyclopedia - National Geographic Society, 'Rule of Law' (May 2022); - Website Post - American Bar Association, 'What is The Rule of Law?' (accessed June 2022).
Pamela LLB (she/her)
I am a homeschool mother of multiple children and a lawyer in Queensland, Australia. I am also TESOL-certified (150 hours).
🇦🇺Lives in Australia
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Hello! I am a homeschool mother of multiple children. We have always homeschooled and participated in distance education. We came to Outschool in 2018 as learners, and now I am excited to also teach on this platform. I understand the needs of...