Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Charles Sturt's three-year Bachelor of Laws is an internationally unique undergraduate law degree. As well as teaching the traditional law curriculum, our course incorporates Indigenous Australian content, embeds cultural competence and offers a range of specialised regional law topics.
192 points or the equivalent of 24 x 8 point subjects or equivalent.
Standard entry requirements
Applicants should contact the Course Director to discuss their eligibility and be prepared to present a case demonstrating their academic suitability for the Bachelor of Laws program, including their capacity to undertake tertiary studies and/or detailing relevant legal experience
The Bachelor of Laws degree has been developed to meet the Legal Profession Admissions Board of NSW accreditation requirements. The course aims, objectives and core curriculum are based on the Priestley 11 Standards provided by the Legal Profession Admission Rules 2015 (NSW).
Charles Sturt University frequently recognises prior learning including study at other institutions in many of its degrees. Each request for credit is individually assessed prior to the commencement of the course.
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This course is an accredited academic pathway to legal practice. To be eligible to practice as a solicitor in Australia, an individual must be academically qualified. However each State and Territory has its own admission requirements in addition to the prescribed academic requirements.(i.e. law degree).