Bachelor of Laws

The University of Notre Dame

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

As one of the universities in Australia recognised for producing ‘job-ready’ graduates, Notre Dame’s Bachelor of Laws degree provides a gateway to a rewarding career in Law and can provide a strong foundation for other career opportunities. Judges, senior barristers and leading solicitors from throughout Australia have provided input to ensure that the Notre Dame Law curriculum is of the highest quality and is relevant to today’s legal profession. Whether you’re hoping to work in a private practice, government or in a not-for-profit organisation, The University of Notre Dame Australia is committed to supporting you in achieving your goal.

The Law degree programs place emphasis on ethics, practical legal applications, professional excellence and concepts of duty, social function and service to others.

Upon completion of an articled clerkship or an accredited practical legal training program, Notre Dame Law graduates may seek admission to the legal profession....

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