MLM elective subject quotas

Current enrolment status for Melbourne Law Masters subjects

Current Students

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2020 MLM subject quotas

For the full process of selecting subjects, and the dates which selections open - view the How to select subjects & enrol page.

Places may become available before this list is updated again, so students are encouraged to attempt enrolling or swapping to test subject availability.

Information on swapping subjects

As a guide, the following MLM subjects are full:

  • Accounting for Commercial Lawyers (LAWS70140) - Semester 1
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (LAWS70018) - December
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Law (LAWS90145) - March
  • Artificial Intelligence and the Law (LAWS90145) - November
  • Australian Consumer Law (LAWS70380) - March
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Law (LAWS90169) - May
  • Climate Change Law (LAWS70293) - May
  • Commercial Law in Asia (LAWS70230) - September
  • Comparative Corporate Tax (LAWS70009) - April
  • Construction Contract Analysis, Drafting (LAWS70270) - November
  • Construction Dispute Resolution (LAWS70133) - August
  • Construction Law (LAWS70176) - March
  • Construction Risk (LAWS70149) - August
  • Copyright Law (LAWS70207) - May
  • Corporate Governance & Directors' Duties (LAWS70190) - April
  • Digital Trade (LAWS90126) - June
  • Expert Evidence (LAWS70073) - June
  • Fundamentals of the Common Law (LAWS70217) - March
  • Global Commercial Contract Law (LAWS70389) - March
  • Global Commercial Contract Law (LAWS70389) - November
  • Health Law and Human Rights (LAWS70451) - October
  • Hedge Funds and Private Equity Funds (LAWS70420) - March
  • International Business Transactions (LAWS70392) - May
  • International Business Transactions (LAWS70392) - October
  • International Criminal Law (LAWS70033) - August
  • International Economic Law (LAWS70308) - April
  • International Financial System (LAWS70110) - March
  • International Human Rights Law (LAWS70264) - March
  • International Law and Relations (LAWS70455) - March
  • International Sustainable Finance (LAWS90144) - March
  • International Tax: Principles, Structure (LAWS70006) - Semester 1
  • International Tax: Principles, Structure (LAWS70006) - November
  • Judicial Reasoning (LAWS70379) - April
  • Major Project Delivery: Legal Interfaces (LAWS90099) - July
  • Medical Litigation (LAWS70225) - May
  • Negotiation and Dispute Resolution (LAWS90080) - May
  • Negotiation Skills (LAWS70468) - February / 1
  • Negotiation Skills (LAWS70468) - February / 2
  • Payment Matters in Construction Projects (LAWS70239) - May
  • Pharmaceuticals: Current Legal Issues (LAWS90183) - April
  • Principles of Construction Law (LAWS70314) - March
  • Privacy Law (LAWS70082) - March
  • Project Finance (LAWS70205) - October
  • Public Private Partnerships Law (LAWS70113) - June
  • Regulation of FinTech (LAWS90110) - August
  • Regulatory Policy and Practice (LAWS70460) - April
  • Tax of Business and Investment Income (LAWS70002) - September
  • Tax Treaties (LAWS70146) - June
  • Transfer Pricing: Practice and Problems (LAWS70203) - September

Apply to be waitlisted for a 2020 subject

Availability last updated: 24 Jan 2020 4:38pm.

Juris Doctor Students Only

JD enrolments into MLM subjects are limited and are approved on a proportional basis. If you are waitlisted for a MLM subject that does not appear on the above list, this indicates that the pro rata portion of JD enrolments in your nominated MLM subject has been reached. JD students will be contacted by the Academic Support Office should a place become available.