Deakin University School of Law

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Deakin Law School is a school of law associated with Deakin University, operating at campuses in Geelong, Melbourne and Warrnambool in Australia.

It offers a four-year, graduate-entry, Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree. The School also offers postgraduate education, namely Master of Accounting and Law Master of Laws (LLM) by coursework or research and the Juris Doctor (JD).

Study options[edit]

Deakin Law School aims to prepare job-ready commercial law graduates. In order to achieve this, the school has programs, which differs from other law courses, with focus on commercial law and practical skills emphasis.[1]

Undergraduate course[edit]

  • Bachelor of Laws

Postgraduate courses[edit]

  • Graduate Certificate of Accounting and Law
  • Graduate Diploma of Accounting and Law
  • Master of Accounting and Law
  • Master of Laws

Research degrees[edit]

  • Master of Laws - Major Thesis
  • Juris Doctor

Research[edit]

Deakin Law School has over 50 academic, research staff and PhD candidates, and over 30 HDR candidates.

Publication[edit]

Deakin Law School produces Deakin Law Review [2] which is open to current staff and student to submit work.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Deakin Law School website accessed 29 April 2016
  2. ^ [2] Deakin Law Review website accessed 2 August 2016

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 38°11′57″S 144°17′53″E / 38.19917°S 144.29806°E / -38.19917; 144.29806