Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice

Flinders University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00114A

This degree provides all the educational and training requirements necessary for admission to legal practice. It provides the skills and knowledge needed to embark upon a career as a practising lawyer and is also highly valued in a wide range of occupations.

Structure

The degree comprises many core (compulsory) topics covering the major areas of law. Practical skills are developed from the beginning of the course and are linked to core (compulsory) topics. A range of option topics is also offered to allow students to develop specialist interests. Students who do not wish to be admitted to legal practice may exit early with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB). A number of the Law topics' classes are taught at our Victoria Square campus and the Legal practice component is delivered predominantly there.

Subjects

  • Laws and legal practice

Standard entry requirements

  • Year 12 or equivalent qualifications
  • Or mature age entry (STAT)
  • Or higher education transfers
  • Or completion of a foundation studies program

Recognition

Successful completion of the LLB satisfies the academic requirements underpinning eligibility to be admitted as a barrister and solicitor in South Australia. Admission to practice in other states and territories in Australia would normally be possible but is formally subject to the requirements in place in those jurisdictions.

Study pathways

Honours available.

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Bedford Park International: $128,000 No information available No No information available

Further information

Students have the option of combining this degree with one of the following Bachelor degrees, providing they meet the entry requirements for both: Arts, Behavioural Science (Psychology), Business (and Specialisations), Commerce (and certain specialisations), International Relations, Languages, Law and Society, Criminology, Criminology (Honours) and Science (and Specialisations).

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