Bachelor Of Laws (Honours)
Application deadlines: November 15, April 15
Intakes: February, July
International tuition: A$31,000
Domestic tuition: A$10,958
From the very first weeks students will do practical law courses and see what it's like to argue a case and provide legal advice. Students will gain valuable skills that they can apply in reasoning, reporting, analysis, negotiation, communication and advocacy to resolve complex legal problems. Students will be involved in mock-trials in our Moot Court, learning what it’s like to act as an advocate and present before a judge. Students will also be guided to reach their potential and become career ready, with opportunities for overseas placements as well as local and national internships and clerkships. In the final year, students will also choose from an industry or clinic placement, a law reform project or high-level research to complete the honours component of their degree.
This program can be done
Applicants are required to meet one of the following criteria with a competitive result, and demonstrate that they fulfil any prerequisite requirements and essential requirements for admission: 1. Recent secondary education. Meet any prerequisite requirements with a minimum grade of C- or equivalent and qualify for the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE), and achieved a competitive Selection Rank (ATAR), or complete secondary qualifications equivalent to SACE, or complete the International Baccalaureate Diploma with a minimum score of 24 points. Applicants who have not achieved the Selection Rank required for automatic selection may be selected for any remaining places based on the grades of their year 12 subjects. 2. Higher education study: Complete or partly complete a recognised higher education program at a recognised higher education institution, or Complete at least four Open Universities Australia (OUA) courses at undergraduate level or above. 3. Vocational Education and Training (VET): Complete an award from a registered training organisation at Diploma level or above. 4. Work and life experience: Qualify for Special Entry, or Complete a UniSA Foundation Studies program or equivalent, or Hold completed secondary qualifications equivalent to SACE obtained more than 2 years in the past. Notice: each country has extra specific requirements. Students can progress onto year 1 of this program (with credit exemptions) if they complete One-year Diploma of Business at the Eynesbury college - https://www.eynesbury.navitas.com/programs/one-year-diploma-of-business.
Careers to consider: Solicitor: commercial solicitor: focusing on business-specific legal practice such as: corporate, contract, competition, communications, commercial property, finance, employment, intellectual property, transport, sports and media law. Personal solicitor: focusing on areas such as personal injury, family and tort law, criminal litigation, succession and inheritance, residential property, taxation and trusts. In-house counsel: working closely with the chief executive of a business to understand strategic business issues, manage risk and offer tangible solutions; offering legal advice to business units. Law clerk: performing clerical work for courts and legal practices such as organising jury and witness lists, maintaining order in courts, executing court orders, processing court documents, documenting court proceedings. Judge’s associate: working closely with a judge in and out of court; conducting legal research; liaising with court staff, the legal profession, government departments, the press and the public; ensuring the effective and efficient conduct of the judge’s court. Arbitrator/Mediator: facilitating negotiation and settlement between disputing parties by providing direction and encouragement; working collaboratively with the parties and finding creative ways to reach a mutual solution. Policy/Ministerial adviser: analysing policies and their effects to provide advice and guidance to governments and organisations; offering strategic policy and planning advice on programs and operations; reviewing, developing, and implementing policies and strategies.
Adelaide , Australia