Law Courses

Law can be a stimulating study choice in and of itself, but it can also be coupled with other disciplines such as science, politics, economics and criminology for those who wish to specialise or diversify. As a qualified lawyer you will be regarded as having an aptitude for analytical thought – and this will be seen as a valuable asset by a whole range of industries. Whether you’re looking for work as a solicitor, barrister, paralegal or attorney, it seems there will be inspiring employment opportunities on the way – and with qualifications that are as adaptable and well-respected as law, you can be confident you’re making the right judgment call.

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Deakin University

The Bachelor of Laws is an essential course for those seeking legal careers across industries including law, business, journalism, public administration, private enterprise and politics.

Deakin University

The Juris Doctor is designed to equip non-law graduates with the knowledge and practical skills needed for careers in the commercial law sector.

Deakin University

The Master of Laws is a comprehensive course focusing on international commercial law and corporate regulation, preparing students for leadership roles in a variety of legal careers.


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