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Juris Doctor Monash University

3.5 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Masters Degree
Melbourne
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Monash JD can be completed in three years full-time or four years part-time. Part-time students can take up to six years to complete their JD. High achieving students can apply to complete an accelerated program in two and a half years, with approval.

We offer flexible study modes with guaranteed evening classes for part-time students. Intensive electives are also offered to all students allowing for even greater flexibility.

The Monash JD is taught on a trimester basis with each trimester running for approximately 12 teaching weeks. All units are taught in a small seminar-style format that facilitates interactive learning and lively class debate.

Majors

Monash JD students are able to choose from elective units from the Monash Law Masters program from areas including:

Commercial law
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Careers

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Ratings

Average ratings for Juris Doctor Monash University based on 2 reviews
Rating
3.5
Job prospects
3.5
Teachers
4.0
Course work
4.0
Time worthy
3.0
Money Worthy
3.0



Student Reviews

March 2018
Year completed 2018

The positives are most of the lecturers who are really knowledgeable and have a lot of practical experience as lawyers or legal academics. I also really enjoy that Monash attempts to provide students with numerous opportunities to get practical experience during the degree

The negatives are that it is a very expensive cour...

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December 2017
Year completed 2019

Good professors but you get out what you put it.

Little guidance

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