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

As a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) student you will join a long tradition of legal scholarship at the TC Beirne School of Law, developing knowledge and skills that can be used to shape societies, governments and, ultimately, the world.

The Bachelor of Laws (Honours) is a four-year program designed to develop a high-level understanding of the law, along with personal and professional skills transferable across a wide range of careers.

Benefit from a strong co-curricular program that includes real-world experience in the legal profession; holistic events to help you stay healthy, engaged and motivated; and national and international mooting competitions.

Develop outstanding skills in critical, rational and analytical thinking, and learn how to craft clear and persuasive arguments. The program also meets the academic requirements for admission as a legal practitioner in Australia.

Graduate with an internationally respected honours qualification, with advanced knowledge and skills that will set you apart in a competitive job market and provide a pathway to future research or learning.

A law degree also opens up opportunities in:
diplomatic and intelligence services,
State and Federal Government policy research,
specialist negotiation and...

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Additional Information

The Faculty of Business, Economics and Law's award-winning Student Employability Team (SET) helps students develop their careers with a range of pr...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Laws University of Queensland - UQ based on 3 reviews
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Student Reviews

June 2018
Year completed 2008

Positives: It provided the necessary skills for my future profession. I was equiped with the knowledge necessary to pursue a legal carer, as well as providing the opportunity to network with my future peers.

Negatives: There was nothing particularly negative about my course. Each person has their own difficulties within a...

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June 2018
Year completed 2017

Positives: The course material is very relatable to the real world and job prospects. I feel very prepared for a career in law, and the material is like nothing I've studied before

Negatives: At times the material can be very dry and seemingly irrelevant, but in the end it all works out

My advice to future students is: ...

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May 2018
Year completed 2022

Positives: Its a useful and competitive course that promotes interaction between each student and community

Negatives: It is a bit too competitive

My advice to future students is: Be friendly and hard working

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