Master of Legal Studies
If you are a Law graduate looking to further develop your knowledge of law and specialise, or an international looking to gain admission to legal practice in Australia, then the Master of Legal Studies from University of Canberra is the perfect course for you.
$AUD 35,000 per year
CRICOS Code: 041231A
- Admission is open to graduates Law. Applicants will normally have a Grade Point Average of 5.0 or higher in their undergraduate Law degree or hold qualifications deemed equivalent.
English Language Requirements
- IELTS Band: 6.5
- PTE Academic: 58
Focused yet flexible, this course offers a comprehensive range of study options allowing you to tailor your studies to meet your career interests and learning needs; or, if you’re an overseas law graduate, the chance to complete the academic requirements for admission to legal practice in Australia.
Whatever your career objectives are, this course will help you expand your knowledge of Australian law in critical areas of business, while simultaneously giving you the skills, education, and experience to confidently and competently explore a more decisive legal career path.
Study a Master of Legal Studies at University of Canberra and you will:
- learn to reflect critically on legal theory and practices
- learn the knowledge and skills to critically evaluate, assess and write legal academic documents
- gain a comprehensive understanding and knowledge of legal issues in specific areas
- identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, complex legal and policy issues, drawing on a range of sources
- apply legal reasoning and research to generate appropriate responses to legal issues
- gain legal admission in Australia
- Advanced Legal Research and Writing
- Legal Research Reading
- Masters of Laws Dissertation
Opportunities exist for Master of Legal Studies graduates to expand your skills and understanding of the legal framework in an area of your choice. Depending on your study pathway, some jobs, and roles which graduates of the course may pursue include:
- lawyer in government and private sectors
- policy adviser
- legislative drafter
- legal researcher in public service, law reform body, parliament, court system, private sector
- legal officer
- company director
Interested? Get started today!
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CRICOS number: University of Canberra / University of Canberra College #00212K,
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