Bachelor of Laws

Southern Cross University - SCU

Student rating (4.05) from 27 reviews


Bachelor Degree
East Lismore
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Whether you are defending a client in court, challenging a ruling in a sport tribunal, building a case to protect the environment, or wanting to kick-start a corporate career, a law degree is an incredibly useful qualification to have.

Because laws have impacts on so many aspects of our lives, a legal degree is designed to equip you with the fundamentals of good legal practice. In addition, at Southern Cross, our commitment to ethics, social justice and experience-based learning means that our law students are exposed to a broad range of learning opportunities that aren’t found at many other universities.

This four-year course will equip you with the skills to start a legal career and practice as a lawyer, and will also prepare you for a wide range of careers in corporate management, philanthropic organisations or the private sector.

Civil Litigation and Procedure; The Philosophy of Law; Environmental Law; Professional Conduct; Evidence; and Australian Criminal Law


As barristers or solicitors; or in law-related areas in private, corporate, or government organisations. During their careers, graduates can further develop a...

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Law students can undertake voluntary legal experience and professional placement with legal firms or offices to build their practical legal skills ...

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