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Diploma of Laws

The Diploma of Laws offers you a general understanding of the law and legal principles, as well as the opportunity to gain specialist knowledge you may need for work or other reasons. Explore areas that interest you through elective subjects, such as:
  • family law
  • resources and energy law
  • criminology
  • Indigenous customary law
  • property law
  • human rights

You can study our Diploma of Laws online or on campus in one year of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Associate Degree of Legal Studies

CDU's Associate Degree in Legal Studies is perfect for you if you're interested in broadening your understanding of the legal system without committing to a full law degree. This course will give you a broad understanding of the process of law in our society and equip you with knowledge and skills in legal contexts. You can explore areas that interest you through elective subjects, such as:
  • family law
  • resources and energy law
  • intellectual property law
  • Indigenous customary law
  • property law
  • human rights

You can study our Associate Degree of Legal Studies online or on campus in two years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Laws

In this degree you will acquire the solid theoretical and practical legal education required to practice of law. You will focus upon transnational issues and gain an appreciation of legal issues pertinent to the Northern Territory, including Aboriginal legal issues and Southeast Asian law.

You can study our Bachelor of Laws online or on campus in four years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry)

In this law course you will develop a sound knowledge of legal issues of special significance to the Northern Territory, including Aboriginal legal issues and South East Asian law.

If you hold a degree level qualification (other than law), this program enables to complete a law degree in three years instead of four. You can study our Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) online or on campus in three years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws

This combined degree complements the skills necessary for humanities and social sciences in conjunction with legal education.

Throughout the arts studies, you will develop your academic skills in the humanities and social sciences, including history, political science and literary studies. You will prepare for research training at honours and postgraduate level.

During your legal education, you'll develop the knowledge, skills and qualification to become a lawyer. The course explores areas of the legal system and legal principles, and cultivates a capacity for legal research, analysis and communication.

You can study our Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Laws online or on campus in five years of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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Master of Laws

Focus on the transnational and comparative aspects of law with this new coursework Masters degree. Transnational and comparative law issues are at the forefront of legal research around the world. You will have an opportunity to look in depth at how these impact the Asia-Pacific region. Become a leader in these emerging and vital fields with CDU's Master of Laws.

You can study our Master of Law online in one year of full-time study or choose to study part time.

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We see things differently at CDU, and we like that. We know our students choose to study with us because we share the same vision - to make a positive change. We help our students achieve their goals and make a positive impact in their lives and those around them. Whatever your motivation is, we can guide you in the right direction. The moment you decide you want to study, get in touch with us. On-campus and online with part-time and full-time options are available, so you'll have the flexibility and support to do it your way.

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Good to know

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Early offers
April - June 2017
On-time applications close
30 June 2017
Further offers
July 2017
Final date to apply
14 July 2017
Classes start
17 July 2017
 
 
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If you don't meet the entry requirements for your chosen degree, our free Tertiary Enabling Program gives you entry to most undergraduate courses and equips you with the study skills and knowledge to succeed at university.  
 
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