Bachelor of Laws

Bond University

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Overview

Bachelor Degree
Robina
2.8 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Bachelor of Laws prepares students for a career as a legal professional, both within Australia and overseas. It provides students with a thorough grounding in essential areas of substantive law and access to a wide choice of law elective subjects, including the option of completing a specialisation. An integrated skills and professionalism program is embedded in the degree and focuses on core legal skills essential to the practice of law. The Bachelor of Laws provides an engaging learning experience that challenges students academically and prepares them practically for a legal career.
Majors

Students may choose to complete an optional Law Specialisation in one of the following areas:
Contemporary Legal Issues
Corporate and Commercial...

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Additional Information

Learning the law is intense so we only accept 180 students annually to ensure we keep class numbers small to give you the personalised approach to ...

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