Imagine defending a client or presenting the prosecution case in court, challenging a ruling in a sport tribunal or building a case to protect the environment. You might seek justice for those who have been denied it or rise to the heights of corporate or industrial law.
In addition to the core units you’ll need for professional accreditation, you can shape your studies in the Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) by choosing from a wide range of elective units with a focus on justice and critique. An elective in mediation meets national requirements, setting you on the way to becoming a nationally accredited mediator. Honours is also embedded in this course.
You may also complete electives at an academically rigorous and rewarding summer law school in Byron Bay and the Gold Coast and undertake work placements and law mooting as part of your studies.
This degree will arm you with the skills, philosophy and commitment required to launch your professional legal career. It fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession in Australia. Professional admission authorities also require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training or similar to practise as a lawyer.