The ANU College of Law is one of the finest law schools in the world that has a strong commitment to an ethos of law reform and social justice.
It is a leading Australian law school, located in the national capital, seat of the national Parliament, the federal Executive and the High Court.
The ANU College of Law programs are taught by some of the best known and distinguished teachers in Australia. We offer a range of undergraduate and graduate programs leading to admission to practice law: Bachelor of Laws (LLB, combined degrees with the LLB and Juris Doctor (JD).
The ANU College of Law has the largest graduate program – including coursework certificates, diplomas and degrees, and research degrees – in Australia. The College offers graduate diploma and masters programs for law graduates and non-law graduates in the following areas:
- Environmental Law
- International Law
- Government and Commercial Law
- International Security Law
- Legal Practice
- Migration Law
Graduate programs for law graduates are designed to develop their expertise for professional practice. Programs for non-law graduates are structured for those wanting to acquire familiarity with legal issues with the opportunity for supervised research and writing. Most courses are offered intensively.
Research degrees of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD), Master of Philosophy (MPhil) are also offered with access to cutting-edge research and scholarship.