Bachelor of Laws

University of Southern Queensland - USQ

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Overview

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

If you are seeking a career in law, USQ’s 3-year Bachelor of Laws degree will get you there sooner. Accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board as an academic qualification for admission as a lawyer in Queensland, USQ’s Bachelor of Laws is one of only a few degrees which can be completed in 3 years.

Your studies will prepare you for practice as a solicitor or barrister in Queensland or a legal practioner elsewhere in Australia, but a law degree also prepares you for many other careers in business, commerce and government.

You can study on-campus at either Springfield or Toowoomba, or via distance education and be surrounded by experienced and approachable lecturers and fellow students who are as passionate about law as you are.
Careers

The Bachelor of Laws also opens up a wide range of career paths within the public service, government, politics, non-government organisations and businesses, as...

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Additional Information

You will hone your skills in USQ’s Wonderley & Hall Moot Court and can take advantage of our Work Integrated Learning courses with professional exp...

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