The Master of Laws program (LLM) is designed to expand your knowledge and deepen your understanding of a specialist area of law. All courses offered within the LLM program are developed for advanced study, contain a significant research component and focus on critical thinking and critical analysis of complex legal issues.
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Students are required to complete 80 units of coursework as prescribed by their relevant admission pathway:
Students admitted via the Law Pathway can either:
Specialisations available to students admitted via the Law Pathway are:
Students admitted via the Non-Law Pathway must:
Specialisations are not available to students admitted via the Non-Law Pathway.
Students who have obtained their undergraduate law degree outside Australia must choose LAWS6047 Legal System of Australia as one of their directed courses. Students who have completed their overseas degree in a sufficiently comparable common law system or have completed a substantial number of common law courses as part of their overseas degree may apply for a waiver of this requirement, which will be decided on a caseby- case basis by the Program Convenor
Entry into the Master of Laws (LLM) will be available to applicants via the following admission pathways:
To be eligible for admission to the LLM via the Law Pathway applicants must hold one of the following qualifications:
*Legal Profession Admission Board
To be eligible for admission to the LLM via the Non-Law Pathway applicants must hold one of the following qualifications:
*Relevant areas of work experience include law, education, social science, psychology, science, engineering and surveying, architecture, medicine, legal studies, business, commerce, human resources and management, industrial relations, management, marketing, environmental science, environmental resource management, environmental planning, human and physical geography, accounting, economics, or finance.
Minimum English Language Proficiency Requirements
AUD 34,115 (indicative annual fee)
Indicative annual fees are based on a full year full time load (80 units).
Upon completion of the LLM you will be able to use your specialised knowledge to advance your career and work in various areas including;