- Globalisation is increasingly affecting modern law practice and it is imperative that legal professionals develop the expertise and forward-thinking mindset required to specialise in the international arena.
- The Master of Laws (International Law) will allow you to examine elements of international legal systems which affect Australian law practice, providing you with the skills and professional responsibilities to operate as an international lawyer.
- Regardless of whether you’re based overseas or in Australia, understanding foreign bodies of rules and regulations such as the European Union is crucial to elevating your law career.
- The flexible course structure may give you the opportunity to select either a second major or an additional four courses from other Master of Laws majors, including Commercial Law, Comparative Law, Public Law and Sustainable Development.
- A significant component of your degree will be research-based. You will become proficient in legal research, advanced legal writing and critical thinking through a series of guided research projects.
Successful completion of the Master of Laws (International Law) will qualify you to apply for PhD entry.