Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Studying law is more challenging and intellectually adventurous than ever before. In an expanding and evolving legal landscape, extended development is a strategic door opener. Our Master of Laws is suited to students proceeding directly from undergraduate study, as well as experienced legal practitioners looking to specialise. With this degree you might help update evidence laws around internet activity and new technologies. You could move into property or Native Title law. Perhaps you'll become a co-owner in a Hong Kong law firm. Whether you want to uphold, use or change the system, a master in law can take you just about anywhere.
- You will: focus your program through a range of elective options, including international and comparative commercial law
- develop advanced legal writing, reasoning and analysis skills
- study with legal professionals, former judges and international academics
- broaden your networks through the University's Lex Salus, Next Steps and Law Students' Society events
- undertake a substantial research project.
Standard entry requirements
Honours degree of Bachelor of Laws (or equivalent) OR b) Bachelor of Laws (or equivalent) plus Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice OR c) Bachelor of Laws (or equivalent) plus substantial professional experience within the profession OR d) Bachelor of Laws (or equivalent), plus substantial research experience within the profession.
|Campus||Fees||Entry||Mid year intake||Attendance|
|North Terrace||Domestic: $33,000|