Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Master of Laws (Business Law) (LLM) is designed for graduates who wish to develop an advanced understanding of the various fields of corporate and commercial law, and equips graduates with highly sought-after skills. It provides the opportunity to further develop critical thinking and analytical skills, while gaining in-depth legal knowledge to strengthen professional practice. Cutting-edge content includes emerging business law fields such as Intellectual Property, Global Business Law and Competition Law - with traditional business law subjects.
8 units equivalent
- Corporate and commercial law
Standard entry requirements
The minimum entry requirement for this course is a four year Bachelor degree in law from any Australian university, or equivalent.
Students can claim participation in postgraduate studies in law as part of their mandatory CPD requirements to hold a practising law certificate.
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