Bachelor of Legal and Dispute Studies RMIT University

3.67 out of 5 from 3 reviews
Bachelor Degree
Melbourne
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Developed in consultation with industry, the program offers insight into moral and legal aspects of society within Australia and other countries, along with the skills to critically analyse them.

You will gain knowledge and skills in alternative dispute resolution and mediation, international human rights, restorative justice and policy analysis. You’ll develop a deeper understanding of the legal system to help create a just, socially aware and responsible community.

You'll be prepared for employment in private law firms, government, corporations, tribunals, community organisations and legal services.
Careers

Paralegal
Indigenous services liaison
Youth justice officer
Legal aid
Law clerk
Victim support officer
Legal policy officer
Counsellor
Judge’s...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Legal and Dispute Studies RMIT University based on 3 reviews
Rating
3.67
Job prospects
3.67
Teachers
4.0
Course work
4.0
Time worthy
3.67
Money Worthy
3.67



Student Reviews

March 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives- course was never dull and was really in depth. The lectures and those in the course knew a lot because of their knowledge and working in the industry which was great for students to understand and talk to.

Negative- for people like me who don’t like politics and overall are disinterested in it, becomes quite ha...

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March 2018
Year completed 2018

Positives are that it relates a lot to real life aspects and is easy to understand because of this. The course has a lot of real life examples and relates to case laws, case studies and infamous cases.

Negatives are it is a very political class and can be quite annoying at times because of differences in opinion. This can...

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December 2017
Year completed 2017

The subjects are really interesting but it's so broad that it might be hard to get a job afterwards

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