The world of work for which law students and lawyers must prepare is changing quickly. Much of this change has been brought about by technological innovation; innovation that brings with it a significant increase in the number of entrepreneurial ventures launched in Australia. As these numbers continue to increase, so too does the demand for a new generation of lawyers with a nuanced understanding of the law and entrepreneurship. The Master of Law and Entrepreneurship creates a new generation of lawyers; a generation of lawyers that has the requisite knowledge to work across all major legal issues a start-up or innovative small and medium sized enterprise is likely to experience in its life-cycle. The future of law demands lawyers with strong professional and legal skills combined with deep technical knowledge and expertise, particularly in relation to entrepreneurial ventures. The Master of Law and Entrepreneurship will provide an opportunity to be at the forefront of the legal innovation movement by providing a pioneering course in Australia to cater for this demand. This degree reflects our commitment to servicing students' needs by giving them the full range of skills they require in order to navigate the technologically driven and ever changing needs of industry. The Master of Law and Entrepreneurship is suitable for both law graduates and legal professionals who wish to work with entrepreneurs and innovative small and medium sized enterprise and work in a more entrepreneurial manner. Students must complete eight subjects totalling 120 credit points.