MLS provides a range of opportunities, programs of study and academic and career support for Indigenous students. Melbourne Law School is currently undertaking a review of the compulsory Juris Doctor curriculum to increase the representation of Indigenous knowledges and perspectives. You can find out more on the Hub's Teaching page.
Indigenous Students and the Juris Doctor
If you already have an undergraduate degree in a discipline other than law, the Melbourne Juris Doctor (JD) equips you with the skills and knowledge to take a leading role in a range of careers including legal practice, business, government and community organisations.
Indigenous Students and the Melbourne Law Masters
The Melbourne Law Masters (MLM) program offers masters degrees, graduate diplomas, specialist certificates and single subjects across 26 specialist legal areas to deepen knowledge and understanding in a broad or specialised area of law.
Indigenous Students and Graduate Research Degrees
Melbourne Law School is committed to providing outstanding research training for our PhD and MPhil students.
The Hub is available to run seminars, including continuing professional development (CPD) events for lawyers, on issues within our areas of experience and research interest. We value opportunities to engage and share ideas outside of traditional University contexts.
Indigenous students are an important part of Melbourne Law School and the wider legal community. In recognition of that important role, support is available for Indigenous Students from the MLS Indigenous team.
Supporting our Indigenous students
If you would like to collaborate with the Melbourne Law School in support of our Indigenous students please contact Catrionadh Dobson, Director of Advancement, Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences or Kim Brockett, Development Manager, Melbourne Law School and Faculty of Business and Economics.