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Law and Justice : What will I study

Explore the subjects you could choose as part of this minor. Law in Society introduces students to theories, concepts, forms and practices of law in contemporary Australian society. It will provide a foundation both for socio-legal studies subjects in later years and for subjects in disciplines such as politics, criminology and law.

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How to become a lawyer

(Just Now) Overview. At Melbourne, a career in law begins with an undergraduate degree in any discipline followed by the Melbourne JD (Juris Doctor) graduate course. Graduating with an undergraduate and graduate degree gives you a higher level of qualification than a traditional double degree.

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Master of Laws : What will I study

(4 days ago) Melbourne Law School's Master of Laws (LLM) is a graduate degree in law of the highest quality, with one of the largest subject ranges in the world. More than 150 subjects are offered. Associate Dean, Melbourne Law Masters - Belinda Fehlberg . View profile

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How to become a lawyer : What will I study

(8 days ago) The Melbourne JD provides unmatched opportunities to study law in an intellectually stimulating and collaborative environment. As a Melbourne JD student, you will develop an exceptional understanding of legal principles and highly relevant case law within a diverse student body.

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How to become a lawyer : Entry requirements

(9 days ago) Standard entry applicants to the Melbourne JD also need to sit the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) administered by the Law School Admission Council. It is an independent test designed to measure aptitude for graduate legal study. It focuses on reading, comprehension and verbal reasoning skills, and no knowledge of …

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Master of Commercial Law

(6 days ago) Most Melbourne Law Masters subjects are available online in 2021 with some taught on campus. See subject quotas for current subject availability. The Master of Commercial Law (MCommrclLaw) allows you to tailor a program of study to complement your professional expertise and career pathway. As a student, you can choose from a range of subjects

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Doctor of Philosophy

(4 days ago) The PhD: Is undertaken for up to 4 years (full-time equivalent) or up to 8 years (part-time) Preparation of a thesis of 80,000-100,000 word thesis, under supervision, representing an original and substantial contribution to the knowledge of law. Graduate Researchers also participate in …

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Master of Law and Development : What will I study

(9 days ago) Students with a law degree must complete at least 75 credit points from the prescribed list (including the compulsory subject International Law and Development). Students may choose their remaining 25 credit points from the subjects available in the Master of Laws (excluding Fundamentals of the Common Law). Subject Timing and Format

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Master of Laws : Fees

(1 days ago) Melbourne Law Masters Indigenous Bursary. Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons admitted to any of our Melbourne Law Masters courses at Melbourne Law School will receive a bursary to cover approximately 75% of their course fees. If you are offered a place, we will contact you with next steps to …

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Master of Private Law

(3 days ago) The Master of Private Law (MPrivateLaw) gives you the opportunity to develop a deep understanding of the core areas of law that are fundamentally important to commercial practice. As a student, you’ll have a unique opportunity to gain an advanced understanding of the current issues and developments that are vitally important to …

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Master of Laws : The experience

(1 days ago) The Melbourne Law Masters program brings Melbourne Law School academics together with experts from the profession and legal scholars from around the world. Each year, more than 200 teachers from outside the School teach in the program, of which more than 70 are visiting international experts. View our teachers.

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Master of Health and Medical Law

(4 days ago) Most Melbourne Law Masters subjects are available online in 2021 with some taught on campus. See subject quotas for current subject availability. The Master of Health and Medical Law (MHlth&MedLaw) gives legal practitioners, doctors, health professionals and administrators the legal knowledge to …

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Graduate Diploma in Human Rights Law

(8 days ago) Melbourne Law School’s specialisation in Human Rights Law (GDipHumRightsLaw) offers the widest range of human rights subjects in Australia. Working with world-renowned experts who teach in the program, and fellow students from Australia and around the world, you’ll have a unique opportunity to examine a range of human rights instruments, institutions, theories and practices in contemporary

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Doctor of Philosophy

(1 days ago) The Law School is an exceptional research institution with internationally recognised scholars and some of the best emerging research talent in Australia. Our researchers are committed to producing high quality, internationally recognised scholarly work that changes the way we understand and apply the law and that has an impact on society.

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Graduate Diploma in Sports Law

(2 days ago) The Graduate Diploma in Sports Law is part of the world-renowned Melbourne Law Masters program. Australia's leading law school. Melbourne Law School is ranked: No. 1 law school in Australia and No. 11 in the world (Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject, 2021).

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Master of Human Rights Law

(8 days ago) The Master of Human Rights Law (MHumRightsLaw) offers the widest range of human rights subjects in Australia. Working with world-renowned experts who teach in the program, and fellow students from Australia and around the world, you’ll have a unique opportunity to examine a range of human rights instruments, institutions, theories and practices in contemporary context.

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Master of Commercial Law : What will I study

(4 days ago) The Commercial Law program at Melbourne is second to none in breadth and depth. Through a creative partnership between the profession and academic leaders in the field, Melbourne offers an extraordinary range of subjects at the cutting-edge of commercial law in Australia and internationally.

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Master of Laws : How to apply

(9 days ago) The Master of Laws (LLM) is for law graduates looking to develop their expertise with a choice of over 150 subjects in 27 specialist legal areas.

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Master of Employment and Labour Relations Law : What will

(5 days ago) 12.5 pts. Students with a law degree from a common law jurisdiction must complete at least 50 credit points from the list of Employment and Labour Relations Law subjects. The remaining subjects can be taken from the Employment and Labour Relations Law subjects and the Other subjects list (excluding Fundamentals of the Common Law). Collapse all.

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Doctor of Philosophy

(1 days ago) The PhD and MPhil in Law are offered on a Research Training Program (RTP) basis only for local students. The RTP provides Commonwealth-funded Graduate Research students with an 'entitlement' to a fee exemption for the duration of their course. Further information on the RTP can be obtained from the Department of Education, Skills and Employment

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Master of Human Rights Law : What will I study

(6 days ago) Students with a law degree from a common law jurisdiction must complete at least 87.5 credit points from the prescribed Human Rights Law subjects and may choose the remaining 12.5 credit points from the subjects available in the Master of Laws (excluding Fundamentals of the …

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Doctor of Philosophy

(5 days ago) Entry requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy - Law English Language Criteria English is the language of instruction and assessment across the University of Melbourne. You must meet the English language requirements of the University to be eligible for a place. As an undergraduate or graduate student, you can satisfy the English language

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Juris Doctor : Fees

(9 days ago) There are a number of options available to help Melbourne JD students finance their studies, including scholarships, financial aid programs and loan schemes such as FEE-HELP and HECS-HELP.. Melbourne Law School offers a range of bursaries and scholarships that recognise outstanding academic achievement and provide support to students in financial need.

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How to become a lawyer : Where will this take me

(4 days ago) In order to practise as a lawyer in Victoria you will need to undertake Practical Legal Training (PLT) for 6-12 months with a PLT provider or supervised legal training, usually in the form of a one-year traineeship with a law firm after completing the Melbourne JD. A candidate then has to …

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Juris Doctor : What will I study

(2 days ago) Students will translate their learning of the law and legal theories from the first part of the subject into ideas and strategies to change the law in the second part of the subject. View detailed information in the Handbook Sexualities, Gender, Activism and Law. Sports Law. 12.5 pts.

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Graduate Diploma in International Economic Law

(8 days ago) International economic law is a field of law encompassing the conduct of states in international economic relations, as well as the conduct of private parties involved in …

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Juris Doctor : Entry requirements

(3 days ago) Most applicants apply under Standard Entry. Eligibility. In order to be considered for entry, applicants must have completed: A tertiary degree in a discipline other than law or a degree in law from an overseas jurisdiction. Meeting this requirement does not guarantee selection.

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Graduate Diploma in Government Law : What will I study

(4 days ago) The Melbourne Law Masters program has been designed around the busy schedules of working professionals. Subjects are offered from February to December each year. Most subjects are taught intensively over five days, with some subjects taught for two hours each week during the semester.

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Master of Laws : Where will this take me

(Just Now) The Master of Laws (LLM) is for those who already hold a degree in law and are looking to develop their expertise. It’s ideal for professionals wanting to advance their careers by honing their legal and research skills and become a specialist in their area of interest. As an LLM student, you’ll develop skills in …

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Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance Law : What will I

(3 days ago) This subject is a preparatory subject for the more specialised subjects in the Banking and Finance Law program. Principal topics include: The financier–borrower relationship and key governance issues in banking and finance transactions. Building blocks of banking and finance transactions.

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Master of Banking and Finance Law : What will I study

(3 days ago) Students with a law degree from a common law jurisdiction must complete 87.5 credit points of study from the prescribed list and may choose 12.5 credit points from the subjects available in the Master of Laws (excluding Fundamentals of the Common Law and the Minor Thesis). Subject timing and format

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Master of Public and International Law : Where will this

(4 days ago) As a student in the Master of Public and International Law, you’ll develop an advanced understanding of the complex body of knowledge in the field of public and international law, including: The legal and institutional framework for Australian government in theory and practice. Analysis and …

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Graduate Diploma in Corporate Law : What will I study

(3 days ago) The classes and the take-home examination assume a prior knowledge of Australian criminal law as taught in the core curriculum of Australian law degrees. Principal topics include: The theory and policy of white-collar crime and regulation. Corporate criminality and individual liability in an organisational setting.

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Master of Private Law : What will I study

(1 days ago) Students with a law degree from a common law jurisdiction must complete 87.5 credit points of study from the prescribed list and may choose 12.5 credit points from the subjects available in the Master of Laws (excluding Fundamentals of the Common Law and the Minor Thesis). Subject timing and format

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Graduate Diploma in Banking and Finance Law

(5 days ago) The Graduate Diploma of Banking and Finance Law (GDipBank&FinLaw) is designed to give you a sophisticated understanding of the legal and regulatory framework for the Australian and international financial sector. It’s available for both law and non-law graduates and the flexible structure makes it ideal for working professionals and other

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Course-specific requirements

(9 days ago) Course-specific requirements. The IELTS, TOEFL, Pearson Test of English and Cambridge English: Advanced/Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) scores required for entry to graduate courses are listed below. Required scores must be achieved in one sitting. If your offer is conditional on meeting the University's English language requirements you

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Graduate Diploma in International Law : What will I study

(7 days ago) Melbourne Law School has an unusually large number of talented and engaged international lawyers on its teaching staff. Because of this, and its strong global networks, the Melbourne Law Masters is able to offer an unparalleled selection of subjects in a wide variety of international legal sub-fields.

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Specialist Certificate in Global Competition Law : Where

(4 days ago) This course is designed for professionals in the private and public sectors who are aspiring to build or advance a career in the field of competition law. Students can be from either legal or non-legal backgrounds. The course is multidisciplinary and global in focus, meaning you can …

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Master of Human Rights Law : Entry requirements

(7 days ago) Entry requirements for the Master of Human Rights Law. Applicants must have completed: An undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline; and successful completion of four subjects in a cognate graduate diploma and one year of documented relevant professional experience.

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Juris Doctor : Where will this take me

(8 days ago) The Melbourne JD is well-regarded by a wide-range of employers and can be used to pursue a variety of careers in different sectors. Melbourne Law School graduates work as: Judges, judges’ associates and others in the judicial sector. Barristers and public prosecutors. Lawyers in law firms. In-house and corporate lawyers.

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Master of Construction Law : What will I study

(6 days ago) Course structure. Students must complete 100 credit points in total. Students without a law degree from a common law jurisdiction must complete Fundamentals of the Common Law as well as 87.5 credit points from the prescribed lists. Of those, at least 62.5 credit points must be from the Construction Law list.

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