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Law

Law  is a system of rules and guidelines which are enforced through social institutions to govern behavior, wherever possible. It shapes politics, economics and society in numerous ways and serves as a social mediator of relations between people. Contract law regulates everything from buying a bus ticket to trading on derivatives markets.

Property law defines rights and obligations related to the transfer and title of personal and real property. Trust law applies to assets held for investment and financial security, while tort law allows claims for compensation if a person's rights or property are harmed. If the harm is criminalised in legislation, criminal law offers means by which the state can prosecute the perpetrator. Constitutional law provides a framework for the creation of law, the protection of human rights and the election of political representatives. Administrative law is used to review the decisions of government agencies, while international law governs affairs between sovereign states in activities ranging from trade to environmental regulation or military action. Writing in 350 BC, the Greek philosopher Aristotle declared, "The rule of law is better than the rule of any individual."

 

 

  • ANU Law

    ANU Law

    The ANU College of Law is one of Australia’s leading law schools. Established in 1960 as the Faculty of Law, the ANU College of Law is the 7th oldest of Australia’s 29 law schools, and has produced graduates who are now leaders in their chosen fields all over the world.
  • Melbourne Law

    Melbourne Law

    Melbourne Law School is a vibrant and remarkable place to study law. Melbourne Law School brings together leading local and international scholars, alumni, researchers and members of the legal profession - people who believe in excellence and who strive to make a difference - to provide students with a range of transformative experiences, both inside and outside the classroom.
  • UNSW Law

    UNSW Law

    This program combines the professional Bachelor of Laws (LLB) program with the Bachelor of Jurisprudence (BJuris). The BJuris degree is available either as part of the combined Jurisprudence/Law program or an "exit degree" for students who decide after admission not to proceed with an LLB degree.
  • Queensland Law

    Queensland Law

    The TC Beirne School of Law offers one undergraduate program, the Bachelor of Laws (LLB), which can be taken as a single, graduate-entry or dual program. The LLB fulfils the academic requirements for admission as a legal practitioner throughout Australia.
  • Monash Law

    Monash Law

    The Monash law degree is a valuable commodity, providing a springboard for a wide range of careers in legal practice and beyond. A law degree teaches you the concepts, procedures and reasoning underpinning the Australian legal system, as well as a range of transferable skills such as problem solving, analytical thinking and communication.
  • Adelaide Law

    Adelaide Law

    The Law School offers a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) which can be completed as a single degree or as part of a double degree program.
  • UWA Law

    UWA Law

    The JD will be a three-year postgraduate coursework program involving the completion of 24 units (eight per full-time year), including a combination of compulsory and option units. Each compulsory unit will be taught over four hours per week, with each option unit involving three contact hours per week.
  • Macquarie Law

    Macquarie Law

    Learn the role of law in society and develop a sense of social responsibility. Macquarie Law will give you knowledge of legal principles and the critical and analytic skills to really understand them.
  • Deakin  Law

    Deakin Law

    Deakin’s Bachelor of Laws is designed to produce first-class commercial lawyers. The course provides in-depth studies in each of the major areas of legal practice by offering a number of special features including an emphasis on practical legal skills training.
  • Flinders Law

    Flinders Law

    The Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice enables you to acquire essential foundational skills. You will gain knowledge of Australian law and the ability to critically evaluate it with reference to its historical development and context.
  • QUT Law

    QUT Law

    Offers targeted career paths in law enforcement, military services, government and private sector intelligence and security agencies, crime prevention agencies, and criminal and social justice policy agencies.
  • Griffith Law

    Griffith Law

    This program will be attractive to students who have the ambition to enter the legal profession and who are intent on studying law. It provides students with a comprehensive grounding in law. The program provides the academic training necessary to practise as a lawyer as well as opening many career opportunities in both the public and private sector.
  • Murdoch Law

    Murdoch Law

    A Murdoch Law degree means you'll start studying key Law units from your first year onwards and can finish with a Bachelor of Laws units from your first year onwards and can finish with a Bachelor of Laws in 4 years, helping you focus on your goals and passion earlier.
  • UTS Law

    UTS Law

    The Juris Doctor (JD) is a graduate law degree that builds on the established reputation of UTS: Law to provide high-calibre, graduate-level education in the theory and practice of the law. It is specifically designed for graduates of disciplines other than law.
  • Bond Law

    Bond Law

    Bond University’s law program equips students for a career in the legal profession, business, industry or government, both within Australia and overseas. Its combination of excellent teaching, small classes and extensive legal skills program provides an exciting learning experience that both challenges students academically and prepares them practically for a legal career.
  • Western Sydney Law

    Western Sydney Law

    If you are a graduate and you are looking to move into a career in law, the Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) will provide you with the knowledge and specialist legal skills to propel you into your legal career.
  • Canberra Law

    Canberra Law

    This course is for undergraduates who seek completion of a law degree in minimum time. It is fully accredited as a basis for admission to practice law in Australia.
  • James Cook Law

    James Cook Law

    The Bachelor of Laws (Graduate) is an accredited degree that focuses strongly on learning outcomes that have professional relevance and practical application.
  • LaTrobe Law

    LaTrobe Law

    This course combines an accredited professional qualification in law with studies in another discipline. It provides the subjects required for admission to legal practice, as well as a broad range of electives - many with a practical skills component, such as Clinical Legal Education, Communication and Advocacy Skills, and Negotiation.
  • Wollongong Law

    Wollongong Law

    The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is for school leavers who are keen to complete their studies in Law without the necessity of completing studies in another discipline. The length of the program allows for a greater period of time devoted to Law subjects than in the combined Law degrees.
  • Victoria Law

    Victoria Law

    A three year degree only available to Higher Education graduates from any discipline and comprising:
  • Southern Cross Law

    Southern Cross Law

    The Bachelor of Laws (Graduate) degree is a three year degree which provides the opportunity for graduates of any discipline to achieve accreditation to qualify to practise law as a barrister or solicitor in Australia.
  • New England Law

    New England Law

    The School of Law at UNE, established in 1993, has become one of Australia's largest Law Schools outside the capital cities. The School is also one of Australia's largest providers of distance legal education, continuing the traditions of academic excellence and innovation that have characterised UNE since its inception.
  • Newcastle Law

    Newcastle Law

    The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree is offered as either a 3 year full-time graduate program, or as a 5 year program offered in combination with other degree programs. Students undertaking the Professional Program complete at least part of their professional placement requirements at the schools own Legal Practice, the University of Newcastle Legal Centre.
  • Charles Darwin  Law

    Charles Darwin Law

    The primary aim of this course is to provide legal education for the practice of law. In that context, the course aims to provide knowledge of the legal system and legal principles, and to cultivate a capacity for legal research, analysis and communication.
  • Notre Dame Law

    Notre Dame Law

    Bachelor of Laws Course length (full-time equivalent): 4 years Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) Course length (full-time equivalent): 3 years

 

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Last Updated: 30 November 2009
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