Bachelor of Laws

University of Adelaide

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Bachelor Degree
4.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

The Adelaide Law School Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) can be completed as a single degree or as part of a double degree program.

The degree's compulsory requirements ensure a thorough grounding in common law principles and legal methodology, while a wide choice of elective courses range from the commercial (e.g. Intellectual Property, Taxation Law) to liberal and socially-oriented topics (e.g. Family Law, Legal Theory).

The LLB provides graduates with a rigorous knowledge of the areas of substantive law necessary to undertake legal practice, within a broad liberal education.

Barrister, Business Lawyer, Community Legal Services Officer, Corporate Lawyer, Industrial relations, Intelligence Officer, Ministerial Adviser, Patent Attorney,...

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Throughout their degree, students can apply to undertake work placements, either through internships or through Clinical Legal Education courses. E...

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