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Master of Laws

Master in law

‘The teaching staff showed that they were committed to the students. The course content was interesting and practical. The flexibility of online learning as well as the intensive study suited my work and life balance. Being able to attend university for a couple of intensive days of learning was fantastic.’

Master in law

Flexible study options

‘The teaching staff showed that they were committed to the students. The course content was interesting and practical. The flexibility of online learning as well as the intensive study suited my work and life balance. Being able to attend university for a couple of intensive days of learning was fantastic.’

Master in law

Learn from the best

Professor Sharon Christensen is a specialist consultant in property law with law firm Gadens and has been the Gadens Professor of Property Law at QUT since 2003. She brings a wealth of practical experience to the classroom in all areas of property and commercial law. Sharon has expertise in land transactions and electronic conveyancing and has been heavily involved in property law reform in Queensland. She has developed a national reputation in transactional property law (sales and leases).

Master in law

Pursue your interests

‘There is a lot of flexibility in the masters program. I was able to complete subjects that interested me, but also undertake research projects on particular issues that were of interest in my work. Most units were available online or offered in an intensive mode which was really beneficial.’

  • Expand your legal learning and develop a critical evaluation of the law
  • Study a major in either commercial law or choose cross-specialisation to complete the masters without a specific major
  • Attain a high competence in legal research and writing
  • Option to complete a research project
  • Customise your degree with internal, external or block modes of teaching
  • Gain a national mediation qualification as part of your degree
  • Consider studying stand alone units in our professional law program
  • Don t have a law degree, but want a specialist law qualification? You may be interested in our Graduate Certificate in Applied Law

2 years part-time

  • Faculty of Law

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Details

Why choose this course?

The Master of Laws deepens and broadens your legal learning, developing critical evaluation of the law and consideration and analysis of the attitudes and values underlying it. During the course, you will attain high competence in legal research and writing in areas of conceptual difficulty. With a variety of topics available across in commercial transactions, construction and engineering law, electronic commerce law, insurance law, taxation law and corporate insolvency, you can also tailor your learning to include a research project.

The commercial major will give you the variety to choose units so you gain the insight you need to further your commercial career. You will learn from experts researching in the Commercial and Property Law Research Centre

To have a more customised learning experience, you can choose to complete this Masters without a specific major, giving you the flexibility to select units that are aligned with your interests, career and aspirations.

Without committing to the full masters course, you can complete individual stand alone units from the Master of Laws for continuing professional development. For more details visit the professional law program page.

Units

The Master of Laws course structure comprises 96 credit points of coursework units consisting of:

  • 48 credit points of core units
  • Up to 24 credit points of Specialist (Law) Elective Units; and
  • At least 24 credit points of (Law) research Elective Units

Study Areas include:

Students completing a generic major will complete 48 credit points of core units and 48 credit points of elective units.

*International students must complete LWN305 Australian Applied Law as one of their specialist Law electives.





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