||[Nov. 28th, 2005|01:31 pm]
|||||Ralph McTell - In the Dreamtime||]|
Thank god. Distinctions in both arts, a credit in the non-substantive law subject, and a pass in the substantive one. Basically the same as last semester, only not quite so borderline a pass in law. It is such a relief knowing that I never, ever have to touch contract law ever again.
So now that I know I won't have to repeat anything, I've been looking at my subjects for next year. I won't get any electives in law, but public law and criminal law (first semester) should both be really interesting, as should international law (second semester). Legal theory will be a bit painful, but it'll be kind of outweighed by the other three. Arts, on the other hand, is something I really can't wait for. Politics in Central Asia in first semester and politics in the Pacific in second semester. I've got a choice of two gender studies units in first semester, both of which look fascinating; I'll have to talk to Libby about which would be better, although the only second-semester unit running is not my kind of thing, so I might do another unit from somewhere else in second semester.