Why choose Law with Southern Cross?
We're rated 5-stars for teaching quality and student support (Good Universities Guide 2023: Law)
We're rated 5-stars for postgraduate overall experience, student support and teaching quality (GUG 2023)
Entry pathways available into Bachelor of Laws from the Associate Degree in Law (Paralegal Studies)
Our double degrees enable students to expand their career options or focus in a specialist field, with only one extra year of study
A better way to learn
At Southern Cross University we’re always looking for a better way to do things. That’s why we’re delivering our courses in six-week terms. The Southern Cross Model will set you up for success at university and beyond.
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Southern Cross University offers the following Bachelor of Laws (LLB) units that have been assessed as covering the essential 'Priestley Eleven' areas of Australian Law:
|Priestley 11 area||Southern Cross University LLB unit|
|Criminal Law and Procedure||LAWS2008 Criminal Procedure + LAWS2009 Criminal Law|
|Torts||LAWS2015 Torts + LAWS3007 Private Law Remedies|
|Contracts||LAWS2002 Contract Law I + LAWS2003 Contract Law II + LAWS3007 Private Law Remedies|
|Property, both Real (including Torrens System Law) and Personal||LAWS2012 Property Principles|
|Equity (including Trusts)||LAWS2017 Principles of Equity + LAWS3007 Private Law Remedies|
|Company Law||LAWS2007 Corporations Law|
|Administrative Law||LAWS2006 Administrative Law|
|Constitutional Law of the Commonwealth, States and Territories||LAWS2005 Constitutional Law|
|Civil Procedure||LAWS2013 Civil Litigation and Procedure|
|Professional Conduct (including basic trust accounting)||LAWS3003 Professional Conduct|
Please note that other units offered in Law & Justice (other LLB units, and units in the Bachelor of Legal and Justice Studies (BLJS) and the Associate Degree in Law (Paralegal Studies) (ADL)) do not count towards the 'Priestley Eleven'.
Faculty of Business, Law and Arts
The Faculty of Business, Law and Arts offers degrees designed to equip students with industry-relevant knowledge and capabilities, while opening doors and opportunities for them anywhere in the world. Our strong links with industry form a fundamental part of our internship programs, giving our students experience in real jobs before they graduate. Through a unique partnership with Mulpha Australia, students can also study Hotel Management with The Hotel School in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Hayman Island.
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