When you study law with Griffith, one of the top Australian universities for the study of law, you are preparing to tackle the unique challenges of our modern, high-tech, globalised society. You’ll get the progressive practical experience, support, international opportunities, networks and theory to shape your ideal legal career or a career as a legal adviser in the private or public sectors. You’ll develop in-depth knowledge of legal principles and practice, while also learning essential legal skills such as negotiation, critical analysis of law, written and oral advocacy and legal writing. You can also extend the scope of your legal expertise by choosing from a range of electives across five areas: global law and governance, law and commerce, environment and social justice, theories and contexts of law, clinical and professional legal practice. You’ll have access to practical experience from your first year of study, through moots, court visits, and industry networking. You can also gain hands-on experience in a structured and supportive environment, working with real clients and cases through the Griffith Legal Clinic program. For more course information, visit Bachelor of Laws (Honours) (Graduate Entry) at GU.
This an indicative only amount for first year fees. For further information refer to http://www.griffith.edu.au/students/enrolment-timetables-fees/paying-your-fees.
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English, Literature, English and Literature Extension or English as an Additional Language (Units 3 and 4, C); Prior study
Completion of a non-law degree with a minimum GPA of 4.00 from an approved university. The Griffith Guaranteed Admission Scheme does not apply to this program.
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Excluding: The lowest ATAR/Selection Rank to which an offer was made, excluding adjustment factors.
Including: The lowest ATAR/Selection Rank to which an offer was made including any adjustment factors that may have been applied.
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Solicitor or barrister (after gaining professional recognition), business and government in areas such as academia, administration, banking, finance, industrial relations, management and marketing, human resources.
3 years Full time or 6 years Part time