Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Property is a multidisciplinary qualification designed to enable graduates to gain entry into the legal profession and to become a Certified Practicing Valuer and Certified Property Practitioner. During legal studies, students will learn about legal procedures and key legislation, develop skills necessary to identify, analyse and evaluate facts in relation to legal frameworks. The core areas of the law degree match those required for admission to the legal profession including statutory interpretation, criminal law and procedure, contracts, torts, constitutional law, equity, administrative law, property, company, evidence, professional responsibility and civil procedure. Students will also develop your property skills within a broad business context in the Bachelor of Property.
40 units (240 course credits)
Standard entry requirements
English (Units 3 & 4, C) or equivalent. English language requirements apply.
This course is an approved academic qualification for admission to the legal profession and is accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board of Queensland. The degree is an approved academic qualification for admission to the property valuation profession (Valuers Registration Board) and property practitioner profession (Australian Property Institute Certified Practicing Valuer).
Interim Award: Associate Degree of Property; Bachelor of Property; Diploma of Property; Bachelor of Laws Exit Award: Associate Degree of Property; Bachelor of Property; Diploma of Property; Bachelor of Laws. Students who achieve a grade point average of 5/7 (75 per cent) in the third level of the Bachelor of Laws course, including a 6 or better level pass in at least one course, may wish to complete the Bachelor of Laws (Honours).
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Graduates are also required to undertake a further period of practical legal training before being admitted as a legal practitioner. Graduates may then be admitted in any Australian jurisdiction.