The course aims to provide students with a deeper understanding of contemporary aviation law and associated regulations by focusing in greater detail aspects of the course content covered in AVIA2401 by exploring judicial and regulatory developments of both international and domestic case law which is of particular relevance to the contemporary globalized context in which aviation operates. The course further aims to equip students with an understanding of the difficulties the various courts and regulators face when trying to keep pace with rapid technological advancements and global growth within the industry.
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