Digital disruption is transforming the legal profession, creating new ways of working in new markets. With a suite of subjects, enrichment activities and cutting-edge research, Melbourne Law School balances important elements of traditional legal teaching with new offerings that equip graduates with the technical skills to navigate the complex ethical, legal and social implications of new technologies.
New Technology Law
Students in New Technology Law investigate the way in which new technological innovation is affecting almost every aspect of law and legal practice.
Students in Law Apps design, build and release a live legal expert system that can provide legal advice to non-lawyers.
Students in Start-Up Law learn the skills to advise start-up companies on the legal issues they are likely to face in their formative years.
KWM #BreakingLaw Corporate Law Hackathon
Students from right across the University participate in the #BreakingLaw Corporate Law Hackathon presented by King & Wood Mallesons and Melbourne Law School.
Law Without Walls X
Students from law schools around the world collaborate to solve legal problems through innovation.
MLS offers coding classes throughout the year to equip students with the evolving skills required of lawyers. Details of the 2018 program will be shared here.