Law

Studying law by no means confines you to a career in the courts. A law degree has countless applications, preparing students for roles in the administration of justice and policy making at different levels of government, to a range of industries and companies, including the arts, workers unions, investment banks, pharmaceutical companies, architectural firms, international business and international peacekeeping.

Check out our comparison of Bachelor of Laws degrees across six major universities in New South Wales - and stay tuned for comparisons of law degrees at universities in other States.

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Juris Doctor (postgraduate study only)

Juris Doctor (postgraduate study only)

University of Melbourne

The Juris Doctor (JD) is the postgraduate course for Law at the University of Melbourne. Before enrolling in the Juris Doctor, students are required to complete a three-year undergraduate degree in any discipline other than Law.

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Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

University of Tasmania

The Bachelor of Laws is a degree aimed at those who wish to practice law, or work in other related areas. In today’s changing world, people with a law degree are increasingly working in other areas such as policy making, industrial legal officer, finance or publishing.

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Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

Charles Darwin University

The Bachelor of Laws is a challenging and exciting degree for students looking to get into the law profession, or to use the skills learnt to pursue a whole range of careers after graduation.

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Bachelor of Laws (Graduate)

Bachelor of Laws (Graduate)

Charles Darwin University

This postgraduate degree is open to students who have successfully completed an undergraduate bachelors degree, and for students who are passionate about studying law.

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Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

Monash University

The study of Law at Monash University is exciting. Students can choose to study this degree as a single program, or combine it with 10 other undergraduate degrees to enhance students' knowledge over a range of fields.

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Juris Doctor (postgraduate only)

Juris Doctor (postgraduate only)

University of Western Australia

The Juris Doctor will replace the Bachelor of Law at UWA from 2012; the first intake of students to the new degree is in 2013.

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Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

University of Queensland

A Bachelor of Laws from the University of Queensland is often viewed as a prestigious study option.

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Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

Australian National University

The Bachelor of Laws is an accredited academic legal training program that allows graduates, after completing a practical legal training program, to become lawyers. Much like a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Laws is becoming recognised as a broad degree that need not necessarily lead to a career in the legal profession.

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Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

University of Adelaide

A Bachelor of Laws at Adelaide University offers students a comprehensive program that can be undertaken as a single or double degree, with a compulsory grounding in common law principles and legal methodology, in addition to a wide variety of elective choices from the socially-oriented areas to liberal and commercial sides of the law.

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Bachelor of Laws

Bachelor of Laws

University of Sydney

Law at Sydney University is only available as a combined degree. This means that students will receive a comprehensive and joint education in their chosen double degree.

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