Bachelor of Laws

Victoria University

Student rating (3.86) from 63 reviews
Ranked #27 in our University Rankings

Overview

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

Launch an exciting career in law and make a name for yourself in corporate, community or government legal sectors.

Through this law degree you’ll get a broad perspective on legal practice and gain specialist academic and professional skills including:

advocacy
ethical judgement
communication
legal research and writing
interviewing and negotiation
relevant legal professional computing skills.
former Attorney General, Nicola Roxon
Victorian Chief Magistrate, Ian Gray
retired High Court Judge, the Hon. Michael Kirby.
Placements

Our partnerships with industry mean you’ll learn from experienced professionals in the legal sector – working on cases that have a real impact on people.

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Careers

Solicitor
lawyer
policy adviser
legal adviser
human-rights advocate.

Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Laws based on 3 reviews
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4.33
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Teachers
3.67
Course work
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