Through Curtin’s Bachelor of Laws,
New law school in the CBD
Our new law school in the Perth Central Business District will allow law students to undertake some of their studies in close proximity to the main courts. You’ll have the opportunity to gain applied industry experience via a legal clinic within the school and benefit from simulated court proceedings in our new moot court facility.
Fast-tracked course structure
The four- year Bachelor of Laws degree satisfies the academic requirements for admission to practice law. However, after first year subjects are taught in trimesters rather than semesters, which means you can study a full load in each trimester and graduate in only three calendar years. You can also progress at a slower more standard pace and combine study and work.
European summer law program
Get the most out of your degree by studying abroad through Curtin’s Ghent Summer Law Program in Belgium. This program offers the opportunity to study Curtin law units in Ghent in a program taught by Curtin University but hosted by Ghent University. You will get credit towards your Curtin degree. Ghent University is one of Europe’s most prominent universities, and its law school is almost 200 years old.
Access to industry connections
The Curtin Law School is fortunate to be richly endowed with industry and professional connections, and has an Advisory Board chaired by the Chief Justice of Western Australia, the Hon Wayne Martin AC. Our Advisory Board members use their knowledge and experience to help shape course content, create learning opportunities and ensure your course remains relevant to industry.
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Browse to the course that interests you for information on the course content and entrance requirements.
The Business Law and Taxation majors within the Bachelor of Commerce allow you to underpin your Commerce degree with a legal background.
Where can a Curtin Law Degree take you?
Curtin’s Bachelor of Laws can lead to your admission into the legal profession, enabling you to give legal advice, perform legal work and appear in court as a lawyer.
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