We deliver flexible and practical law programs, providing you with the best learning experiences and graduate outcomes. You’ll not only be taught the skills, but have the opportunity to use them.

Operating with small class sizes and practical learning, you will be ready for a global career in law or across a range of industries and professions.

You will learn to study and apply the law and graduate with the ability to apply your knowledge and skills to range of different professions.

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Where will your career take you?

A degree in Law is a gateway to a variety of different professions and job opportunities, as well as praciticing law.

 

Year-round learning

Enjoy the convenience of our innovative three-trimester format, allowing you to plan around work and family commitments. Find our more about how you can start your study in February or September.

 

Experience practical learning from first year

Learn how to present a case in court and consult and provide advice to real-life clients. Experience life abroad and gain valuable skills in communication and advocacy.

 

Advance your career prospects, study Honours

Offered to high achieving students, you will research a topic of interest, undertake coursework and produce a thesis. Honours advances your career prospects and opens the door to further academic study.

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Excellence in legal research

We focus on four core areas of research; Corporate and Commercial Law; Environmental and Natural Resources Law; Criminal Law and Sentencing, and; Public Law and Human Rights.

 

Free legal advice at our student-run clinic

Our students are given the opportunity to give confidential, free legal advice to members of the community on issues such as accidents, disputes and debt at our Legal Advice Clinic.

 

Attend a School of Law event

Join us for our one of our events, including our regular Law Evenings research seminars or our annual Competition Law and Economics Workshop.