Study a Master of Laws at Australia's national law school at Australia's top-ranked University. This highly valuable qualification deepens your understanding of the way law operates in, and interacts with, the modern world and equips you with skills and knowledge for the 21st century job market.
Pursue a general LLM for a broad perspective of law's role in domestic and international societies. Or focus your studies on one of five specialisations - Public Law, International Law, Human Security Law, New Technologies Law or Private & Commercial Law.
Open to law and non-law graduates, the LLM offers you the flexibility to complete your studies in a way that suits you. Courses are delivered in a variety of modes - semester length, online or in a shorter 'intensive' format.
Upon completion, you will join a prestigious and highly recognised alumni network of over 19,000 professionals in Australia and around the globe.
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Please refer to the New Students - Master of Laws | ANU College of Law page. You will find all the information you require to activate your ANU email account, enrol into courses and our O 'Week and induction session details.
CREDIT/STATUS for PRIOR STUDY
Students who have undertaken previous study that is relevant to their current academic program can request to receive course credit based on their prior learning. University rules, policy and procedure relating to the granting credit is set out in the Coursework Awards Rule, Policy: Credit and Procedure: Credit. For more information and how to apply, please refer to the ANU College of Law Application for Credit/Status.