Bachelor of Laws

University of Canberra

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

If you’ve always aspired to a career in legal practice then our Bachelor of Laws will get you there in minimum time. We are proud of our research-led educational methods and emphasis on practical legal problem-solving. We aspire to give you an education in law that takes into account the social and economic context surrounding it and graduate professionals with respect for social and ethical responsibilities. With small class sizes you will receive all the attention you need from our qualified and experienced staff.

Study a Bachelor of Laws at UC and you will:
develop your advocacy abilities and legal skills while understanding their connections to the theory and history of law
qualify for admission to practice law, with an emphasis on commercial law and/or justice studies
explore the many different areas of the law including contract, criminology, taxation and trade law
strengthen your communication skills by writing and presenting clearly and with purpose
critically analyse documents using detailed and effective research techniques.

Public sector jobs
Human resources
Social work

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