Get a global perspective and explore social justice with our Juris Doctor. This course prepares you for admission in Australia and is accredited by the Council of Legal Education. It is also an internationally-recognised degree.
Learn at our city campus - in the heart of Melbourne's legal precinct with guidance from academics and practitioners. We offer flexibility with electives and placements, and an option to do a two-year accelerated program.
This course will enhance your career outcomes. Graduates work in practice, academia, and the government or corporate sector.
English Language Requirements
International Requirements: IETLS (Academic) Speaking=6.0, Writing=6.0, Reading=6.0, Listening=6.0, and Overall=6.5
The Juris Doctor include the subjects required by the Victorian Council of Legal Education to qualify for admission to legal practice. Admission to practice as a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria usually requires the completion of a traineeship (formerly referred to as articles of clerkship) or an approved practical legal training course (for example, the Leo Cussen Institute). International graduates would need the relevant visa to complete a supervised workplace traineeship in Australia. You're advised to obtain assurance of recognition of the course by relevant professional bodies in your preferred country of practice.
An Australian Bachelor's degree in any discipline or an approved equivalent qualification with a WAM of 70 or above OR completion of an undergraduate degree with a WAM of 65 to 70 with a personal statement. The personal statement should address reasons for seeking to study law, employment experience and community contribution. Applicants may wish to provide other documentation in support of their application.
Recipient: La Trobe University
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