The Master of Laws (LLM) by thesis equips candidates for careers in areas including advanced research, policy development, public service, tertiary teaching or professional leadership. The will enable you to acquire and develop sophisticated skills in research and analysis, honed through work on a topic of your choice that expands legal thinking and understanding.
The LLM is up to two years full-time and four years part-time and is awarded on the basis of a supervised thesis of 50,000 words. The thesis must make a substantial contribution to the knowledge of the subject concerned. Candidates are also required to undertake the compulsory research-support unit, LAWS6077 Legal Research 1.