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Bachelor of Laws (Honours) QUT

4.25 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Ranked #11 in our University Rankings
Bachelor Honours Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The defining nature of our law degree is the unique balance between theory and practice. During your degree, you will complete the academic law units required for admission to legal practice, plus choose elective units that align with your career interests. Crucially, you will develop legal skills such as interviewing, negotiation, drafting and advocacy. You will complete assessment tasks that prepare you for the work you will undertake in the real world. You can also opt for a work placement in law firms, government departments and community organisations. There are opportunities for virtual work placements where you will complete an online project for a real client. And you can sign up for the career mentor scheme to be matched with an industry professional to guide and support you.

QUT’s Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is a higher-level qualification than a bachelor degree, as it has honours-level content integrated throughout the course. The honours units are integrated from years 2 to 4 and will ensure that our graduates remain ahead of the pack in a competitive legal industry. The advanced knowledge and skills in this course will benefit your professional career, or future research and study.

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Student Reviews

April 2018
Year completed 2020

Positives: The assessment and learning resources are very practical and relevant to the future as a practicing lawyer (eg role play assessments)

Negatives: There’s a lot of reading per week

My advice to future students is: Don’t fall behind on pretending

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April 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives: Flexibility and a lot of study and career support, plus there are a lot of extra-cuticular activities and events available

Negatives: Content can be difficult

My advice to future students is: Starting making your exam notes from week 1 and add to it every week/topic

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February 2018
Year completed 2020

Rewarding and exciting content, real life applications. Gain writing, researching, formatting and argumentative skills.

Significant reading, note taking and reevaluating required. Oftentimes difficult, abstract and dense subject matter to understand.

My advice to future students is: Take it seriously and treat it like a...

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February 2018
Year completed 2021

I thought the course was ok. There are some interesting parts, and you meet a lot of great people. It's good that there's flexible learning options.

My advice to future students is: Make sure you create a plan and balance study and work

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