Master of Laws

Australian National University - ANU

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Masters Degree
46 Weeks Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Designed to expand knowledge and develop expertise across a range of key areas of law, the ANU Master of Laws (LLM) is a globally recognised advanced law degree.

Allowing you to build your own program of study by choosing from more than 80 different Masters courses, the ANU Master of Laws is especially valuable whether you seek to gain an in-depth understanding of law across a broad range of areas or focus on a specific combination of legal areas and topics.

Whichever option you choose, you’ll benefit from a unique teaching approach that brings together academic rigor, theoretical understanding and practical insight, and provides the knowledge and skills required for success in a diverse range of careers.

To help you balance study with full-time employment and other personal commitments, the ANU LLM places an emphasis on flexibility. This includes clustering lectures over ‘intensive’ periods of 3-5 days – reducing the need for you to travel to campus on multiple occasions – and making extensive use of online learning, enabling you to structure study when and where it suits you best.

In addition, you can also undertake the ANU Master of Laws in one of five specialist streams, including environmental law; government and regulation;...

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LLM graduates advance or choose careers in a diverse range of areas including legal practice or advice, politics, journalism, public policy, public service,...

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