Graduate Entry Law
So you're interested in studying Law?
Have you already got a degree but want to change careers? Our Bachelor of Laws (3 year) [LLB] is an initial law qualification for people who have completed an undergraduate degree. We offers a flexible approach to the study of law, with the LLB providing both on campus and off campus study opportunities. It is accredited by the Legal Practitioners Admission Board of NSW for admission to practice in that State and mutual recognition legislation extends this recognition to other Australian jurisdictions.
Bachelor of Laws (3 year)
This three-year degree is a graduate entry program for people who have completed a three-year bachelor's degree and who are looking to enter the study of law for the first time, or expand their career options.
UNE boasts one of Australia's largest law schools outside a capital city, as well as being an early adopter of innovative technology in the delivery of its law programs. The Bachelor of Law (3 years) encourages both a critical and progressive approach to the existing law and legal system; ensuring that students understand both the law and the context.
Choosing a university is like choosing a partner: you want someone who shares your goals, understands your
challenges and works by your side. UNE has been the leading innovator of flexible study for over 60 years
because we’re committed to helping busy adults study from home.
UNE has three teaching periods or trimesters, commencing in February, July and October, providing students greater choice about when, and how much they study each year. In most cases this is an opportunity to complete a degree sooner, or take a lighter study load to manage work and other commitments.
Online study is about a flexible education that fits in with your lifestyle but still gives you a world class qualification.
UNE has been providing flexible education for over 60 years, so we know what the challenges are, and have a wide range of support services in place to help students overcome them.
Our online teaching is designed to be inclusive, and to create a learning community for all students to engage with each other as well as academic staff.
Find out more about the Bachelor of Laws (3 year) course details and program of study