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4.0 out of 5 from 4 reviews
Bachelor Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

A Bachelor of Laws from UOW equips you with a comprehensive legal education: a world class degree that provides a thorough grounding in the law, as well as a real-world focus on the essential practical skills and the social and ethical context in which the law operates.

We believe that practical experience is a vital part of your legal training. We are the only law school in New South Wales that requires you to complete a legal internship, providing highly valued industry experience.

We are committed to social justice and providing a legal education which engages with the complexities of law's intersection with society.

This degree delivers a practical and contextual legal education that prepares graduates not only for traditional careers in the legal profession but also for a wide range of careers in government, business and community organisations – as leaders, innovators and problem solvers.

What you will study

The Bachelor of Laws is a full time degree that covers the prescribed areas of knowledge for future admission to the profession as well as including a choice of electives. Additionally, an integrated skills program equips graduates with experience in areas such as legal research, interviewing, legal drafting, advocacy and negotiation. Opportunities also exist to undertake subjects by way of an international exchange.




Barrister, Commercial Lawyer, Criminal Defence Lawyer, Diplomat, Environmental Lawyer, Government Lawyer, In-House Legal Adviser, Intellectual Property Lawyer,...

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Average ratings for Bachelor of Laws University of Wollongong - UOW based on 4 reviews
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February 2018
Year completed 2019

Greatly focused on real world application as well as in depth theoretical knowledge of law. Unfortunately I feel that some of the electives are limited.

My advice to future students is: Making sure you have notes on your reading and have answers prepared for in class questions before class is important.

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February 2018
Year completed 2015

Positive - positive and noncompetitive student Culture, quality of teaching with great and clear teachers.
Negative - less opportunities due to lower reputation amongst employers

My advice to future students is: Do your readings!

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February 2018
Year completed 2016

Very flexible and manageable course load. However, teaching quality not always perfect

My advice to future students is: Plan out your degree ahead of time and travel!!

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December 2017
Year completed 2018

Its a interesting course if you are interested in going into that field

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