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Bachelor of Laws (non-Graduate entry) Western Sydney University - WSU

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

This course combines a broad liberal legal education with a strong practical orientation. It is designed to equip students with the required knowledge and skills for legal practice.

A law degree with a conscience
If you are not a university graduate but you have some tertiary study behind you, the Bachelor of Laws (Non-Graduate Entry) is the opportunity you have been waiting for to discover a career in law.
This degree gives you a broad, liberal legal education with a strong practical orientation. It is designed to equip you with the required knowledge and skills for legal practice. Even if you are not seeking to practise as a lawyer, your learning will be enriched by exposure to the ethos and practice of law.
Careers

Solicitor, Barrister, Human Rights Advocate, Judge's Associate, Legal advisor to special interest group

Additional Information

Practical experience
Engage in work experience during your course, for example, working at the NSW Attorney General’s Office in legal aid, working...

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Ratings

Average ratings for Bachelor of Laws (non-Graduate entry) Western Sydney University - WSU based on 5 reviews
Rating
3.8
Job prospects
4.0
Teachers
4.6
Course work
4.2
Time worthy
3.6
Money Worthy
3.6



Student Reviews

April 2018
Year completed 2015

The positive aspects within my course of study is the social aspect side of things having connections with class mates, lectures and tutors

My advice to future students is: My piece of advice I would offer to potential future students would be hang in there. Study isn’t the easiest at times having to put all your time and ...

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April 2018
Year completed 2021

Positive - the lecturers are really good, campuses are easy to get to.
Negative - there's a lot of content required to get through in each subject

My advice to future students is: Be prepared to study - A LOT!

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February 2018
Year completed 2019

I think this is a great law degree. I love the different subjects you can study and I think the teachers do a great job at presenting it
I really don't have any negatives.

My advice to future students is: It's hard - you need to knuckle down and focus.

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February 2018
Year completed 2018

The course keeps you wanting to learn more

My advice to future students is: Just keep at it

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February 2018
Year completed 2019

Positive - relaxed nature. Cool lecturers.

My recommendation to future students - Do it at WSU! The benefits outweigh the costs and less snobbish than UNSW and USYD

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