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Master of Law (Research)
Master of Law (Research)

Master of Law (Research)

  • ID:UC610041
  • Level:Master's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirement

Before a candidate is admitted to the Master of Law (Research) program, the Faculty must be satisfied that it is able to supervise the candidate's proposed dissertation and that the candidate satisfies the following admission requirements:

  • a. holds a bachelor degree with above average performance (or qualifications deemed to be equivalent), in the relevant discipline (usually in law);

  • b. provides evidence of capacity and aptitude to undertake legal research at the masters level.

Students whose initial qualifications are in a field other than Law are invited to discuss their possible candidature with the course convener.

English requirement

Academic IELTS of 6.5 or equivalent, with no band score below 6.0

Course Information

If you are a graduate who wishes to advance your skills, interests, capacities and career by undertaking a substantial research project in the field of law, then look no further than the Master of Law (Research). During your time with us, you will develop advanced legal research and writing skills by producing a dissertation which will make an original contribution to research literature in your chosen area of study.
You’ll graduate having created an impressive body of work and will be ready to move onto the next stage of your legal or academic career. As a Higher Degree by Research (HDR), this course is covered under the Australian Government's Research Training Program (RTP) funding model, which provides a fee offset for domestic students for the standard duration of the course.

Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a key component of this postgraduate course and in your dissertation, you will be encouraged to use your existing employment knowledge to undertake new academic research in the study of a professional problem in the field of law, engaging regularly with industry over the course of your studies.

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

  • Sessional academic

  • Research officer

  • Research fellow

  • Lawyer*

  • Solicitor*

  • Barrister*

  • Judge*

  • Magistrate*

  • Registrar

  • Company director

  • Public servant

  • Policy adviser

  • Parliamentary counsel

  • Legislative drafter

  • Law reform officer

  • Senior analyst

  • Strategic adviser

  • Business consultant

  • International diplomat

  • Director of sustainability

*Subject to satisfactory undergraduate law degree and successful completion of a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice, which qualifies you for admission to practice as a lawyer.

Ability to settle

Overseas Student Health Cover

OSHC: 530 ($) AUD per year

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