Talk:Monash University Faculty of Law

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Any MonLaw Students out there with WikiSkills and a basic understanding of DD Law School please help out. Hope this gives us a start Domza 11:59, 18 April 2006 (UTC)

I need help - Melbourne Law or Monash Law?

The facts: I am in Yr 12 this year and studying one Arts unit with Monash. Completing an extra year at Melbourne does not bother me (even though i would have to study Arts then Law. Whilst you can't get straight into Law at Melb, I won't be able to get the score to get straight into Arts/Law at Monash anyway --> ENTER for Arts is about the same at both (not an issue). Monash is colser and eaisier to get to. I like the thought of getting a JD, and am very interested in Arts, meaning theat Melb Arts is more appealing as it allows me to study more units, not including Breadth (I think). Monash has a better scholarship program, and even though I am unlikely to get one, with alot of hard work, I MAY be able to achieve the 95.00

Which has the better reputation, espicially for Law, but also for Arts?

Would somebody please help me - I am so confused! Thanks —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 13:19, 4 July 2008 (UTC)

  • Monash for law. Melbourne for arts. I have tried both. You will have a happier time at Monash. -- (talk) 05:26, 27 July 2008 (UTC)

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Blatant bias!!![edit]

"It is considered one of the best schools of law" - How very neutral. This article needs a massive cleanup because it contains so many biased statements. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 06:08, 20 January 2010 (UTC)