The Faculty of Law and Management is La Trobe University’s largest Faculty. We offer courses at La Trobe’s main campus in Melbourne, as well as at our four Regional campuses across Victoria: Bendigo, Albury-Wodonga, Shepparton and Mildura.
There are six Schools in the Faculty:
* School of Accounting
* School of Economics and Finance
* School of Law
* School of Management
* Graduate School of Management
* Regional School of Business
These six schools undertake important research within their discipline areas and contribute to a host of national and international conferences
La Trobe Law is known for the achievements and quality of our graduates and prides itself on having established and maintained a friendly environment that makes the study of law here a rewarding experience. We see all our students as members of the School, we treat all our visitors as friends, and we endeavour to maintain a lifelong association with our past graduates.
La Trobe School of Law is a law school of international standing. We believe that, in the contemporary world, it is important that law graduates have an understanding of legal issues from a global perspective. We further believe that skills in critical analysis, established solidly upon good legal knowledge and understanding, are what law graduates will need most in their future career development. While equipping students with the requisite skills and knowledge to practise law, we emphasise hands-on experiences such as clinical legal education, internship and placement programs and international exposure such as student exchange.
Our teaching is informed by high quality scholarly research, and fostering of inter-personal skills. Our highly qualified teaching staff are involved in international activities at the highest level, while research is distinguished by its strong commitment to access and justice and its global and comparative outlook. La Trobe Law produces expert research that informs government policy and public interest advocacy across a broad range of areas.
Founded in 1902, Perth College is an Anglican school in Perth offering Day and Boarding opportunities for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12, with boarding available from Year 7.
Perth College is the oldest independent Anglican girls’ school in Western Australia with over 115 years educating remarkable women. The School aims to engage body, mind, heart and spirit of each student and it is these principles, which have contributed to the School’s reputation of offering a holistic education and diverse opportunities.
During 2012, Perth College launched InsideOut, the first sequential self-leadership programme in Western Australian schools. Providing opportunities for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12 the learning opportunities will be provided in a range of workshops, seminars, experiential learning and self-leadership opportunities. This is to reflect the girls inner development to outer excellence, which will provide students with the skills to lead themselves; to cope with challenges; to be more resilient; become stronger; more capable, whilst also giving the girls real skills to make a difference in society, which will also benefit overall academic performance. A key aspect of InsideOut is our collaboration with the University of Western Australia (UWA), who is undertaking a research project to evaluate the quantitative difference of self-leadership training, which will provide us with measurable outcomes.
At Perth College, students are provided with a Personal Learning Device (PLD) granting them access to significant learning technologies. The PLD is considered to be the student's mobile classroom. The School has invested in state-of-the-art infrastructure including wireless technology, smart boards, industry standard and educational software and systems. These technologies in conjunction with traditional classroom best practices provide our girls with a 21st Century education.
The School is renowned for its teaching staff, they are leaders in their field through trial and implementation of the new courses of study and the Australian Curriculum. Students rate our teachers as one of the benefits of attending the School as they are compassionate, caring and develop strong relationships.
The Perth College Boarding House is home to 100 girls and prides itself on its warmth and 'home away from home' environment with a unique rural feel. A feature of a Perth College boarding education is the On Board programme. It is designed to teach our girls more about themselves, to develop self-esteem, to appreciate and experience the ways in which they can contribute to their immediate and wider community and ultimately how to lead by example and manage senior roles of leadership in preparation for life beyond Perth College.
To discuss enrolment opportunities for your daughter contact Enrolments Director, Judy Parker, on 08 9471 2104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Griffith Law School embraces the notion of scholarship in legal education through the delivery of research-driven, socially engaged teaching and scholarly ‘best practice’ in learning outcomes for both staff and students, both post-graduates and undergraduates. Excellent teaching is marked by the same habits of mind that characterise other types of scholarly work. Through dynamic & dialogical classroom strategies which emphasise the interfolding of research and legal pedagogy students are enabled to develop critical thinking, research & application skills.
The Faculty of Business and Law is one of Western Australia’s largest business schools, offering an extensive range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses with flexible study options. The Faculty’s teaching expertise consists of both highly qualified academic staff and industry professionals ensuring a balance of theory and practice.
You may want to become a criminal lawyer or forensic investigator. You may have your sights set on the business world as a banker or advisor. You may see yourself in urban or regional planning. You may want to set new goals as an event, sport or tourism manager. We want these accomplishments for you too.
The Faculty of Business and Law is renowned for its innovative approach to education. You will apply what you've learnt effectively because you have the knowledge and employability skills you require (learnt specifically through our ECU Business Edge program for Bachelor of Business Students).
Melbourne Law School brings together leading local and international scholars, alumni, researchers and members of the legal profession - people who believe in excellence and who strive to make a difference - to provide students with a range of transformative experiences, both inside and outside the classroom. Melbourne Law School has recently been recognised as one of only two law schools in Australia to achieve the top rating for research quality in the Australian Research Council’s Excellence in Research for Australia report.
We are dedicated to preparing students to be ethical, responsible and global in their outlook, equipping them to build dynamic careers in the public interest, business, government and private practice.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Wollongong was established in 1990.
The Faculty has attracted highly qualified staff from Universities in Australia and overseas and from the practice of law, and has also established a reputation for innovative research. It is home to the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security and the Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention (both based at the UOW Innovation Campus), and the Legal Intersections Research Centre.
Students at Wollongong in the law and legal studies courses, both during their undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, will benefit from recent advances in legal education in Australia and elsewhere which have influenced the design of the courses and their component subjects. They will enjoy a friendly atmosphere which can only exist in a Faculty which emphasises the study of law as a shared activity of students and staff.
The Centre aims to increase research and understanding in the areas of comparative law and the laws of Southeast Asia, and to increase the opportunities for postgraduate study and professional development in these areas.
Expand your career opportunities with postgraduate law! Specialisations available in International, Environmental, Public and Commercial Law for lawyers/non-lawyers. You may also consider the Bachelor of Law degree for graduates.
Centres and Programs: � Australian Human Rights Centre (AHRC) � AustLII (Australasian Legal Information Institute) � Australian Taxation Studies Program (ATAX) � Centre for Continuing Legal Education � Communications Law Centre � Diplomacy Training Program � European Law Centre � Indigenous Law Centre � Kingsford Legal Centre � National Children�s and Youth Law Centre
The UTS Faculty of Law provides a strong focus on furthering the intellectual development and professional skills of its students. The Faculty's undergraduate law program allows students the option of undertaking practical legal training in the final semester (completion of a course in practice legal training is required before qualification as a legal practitioner). The postgraduate program in the Faculty of Law offers a range of coursework programs to suit law graduates and non-law graduates alike.
The Faculty of Law, Business and the Creative Arts offers internationally recognised degrees that inspire students by exposing them to contemporary issues, the latest research and new ideas.
Our degrees focus on learning outcomes that have professional relevance and practical application The Schools within the Faculty of Law, Business and Creative Arts are expanding rapidly to meet the needs of tertiary education within the Asia-Pacific Region.
Townsville is one of Australia's largest regional cities with a population of over 150,000 people. The city is home to James Cook University's largest campus at Douglas. The campus provides a diverse range of services and facilities for students, including accommodation for over 1,000 on-campus residents. The campus is adjacent to the Townsville General Hospital and is within walking distance to new residential areas, bushland and parkland.
Leo Cussen Centre for Law is a trading name, wholly owned by Leo Cussen Institute.
Leo Cussen Institute is a not-for-profit, statutory body that aims to continue to strengthen and support the administration of justice and the legal system by providing high quality:
* training, and
* professional development
in legal practice and the law.
Leo Cussen provides:
Monash Law School is one of the largest and most prestigious law schools in Australia and is currently ranked 13th in the QS World University rankings. We have a broad teaching base, strong international links and an excellent reputation offering a range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research Degrees.
Each year we provide legal education and training to over 3500 undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The School of Law at UNE, established in 1993, has become one of Australia's largest Law Schools outside the capital cities. The School is also one of Australia's largest providers of distance legal education, continuing the traditions of academic excellence and innovation that have characterised UNE since its inception.
The School offers undergraduate law degrees to both internal and external students. The law degree may be undertaken by itself, or combined with another degree such as a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts. The 1800 students of the School of Law come from various backgrounds, including school leavers, graduates in other disciplines. More than three-quarters of our students undertake their studies by part-time distance education, residing elsewhere in Australia or overseas. Most internal students study full-time and reside at University colleges.
The University of Adelaide is one of a small group of institutions which pioneered the teaching of law in the English tradition as a university discipline in the nineteenth century. Today, Adelaide is one of Australia�s premier law schools.
The Department of Business Law and Taxation was created as an independent department within the Faculty of Business and Economics in 1997. This reflected the growing importance of business law as a core element in the practice and study of business.
Since our foundation we have established an enviable reputation for high quality research and teaching in the fields of business law and taxation.
We now have over 50 full-time academic staff spread across all Monash campuses. Our head office is situated at the Caulfield campus.
Our fundamental teaching role is to provide business law and taxation subjects to non-law students studying business degrees (both undergraduate and postgraduate) in accounting, banking, economics, management and marketing. In 2001 we successfully introduced an undergraduate degree in business law, the Bachelor of Business (Law).
Our primary areas of research include corporations law, taxation, employment law and international business law.
Bond Law remains true to its founding objectives in offering a unique and innovative legal education that is industry aligned and produces highly motivated, work ready graduates. Recognised as one of Australia’s top ranked law faculties*, Bond Law is specifically acknowledged for its strengths in:
A key factor in the Faculty’s high standing is the academic and industry experience offered by some of Australia’s most eminent law professors, lecturers and legal specialists. Working with small class groups, they mentor each student through a personalised teaching strategy and open door policy. This approach also extends to the Faculty’s administrative team who offer extensive support to students by arranging internships, international exchange opportunities, study help, career guidance and potential job contacts.