View the current status for Melbourne Law Masters (MLM) subjects offered in 2022, including delivery mode and whether the enrolment quota has been met.
You will also be able to register to go on a subject waitlist if your subject is full or request manual enrolment if the self-enrolment date has passed.
This page is updated regularly, but not in real-time, and should be considered indicative only. You are encouraged to refresh this page to ensure you are viewing the latest updates. Last updated: 29 Sep 2022 10:50am.
Current MLM subject statuses
Refer to your course’s entry in the Handbook (under ‘Course Structure’) for the list of approved subjects for your course and check the table below to confirm the delivery mode and availability (quota) for each subject. Subjects will be removed from this table once enrolment is no longer possible.
In addition to the subjects listed below, MLM students may wish to consider the global learning opportunities available at Melbourne Law School.
The following subjects will likely be offered in 2022, however the teaching dates are still being finalised. They will be added to the table below once confirmed. Students may apply to the waitlist if they wish to be notified once their nominated subject has been finalised and is available for enrolment.
- Advanced Evidence (LAWS70071)
- International Mineral Law (LAWS70423)
The Academic Support Office maintains a waitlist for all MLM subjects that have reached their maximum enrolment quota. If your subject is displaying as full in the table above, you can complete an application to have your details added to the waitlist.
IMPORTANT: Being on the waitlist for a subject does not constitute a formal enrolment, so you are encouraged to enrol in an alternate subject until a place becomes available in your preferred subject.
While on the waitlist
Places can, and do, become available unpredictably, as this is reliant on a student withdrawing from the subject. This can occur before the table above is updated again. You are encouraged to attempt self-enrolment up until the self-enrolment date for the subject lapses (typically three weeks before classes commence).
Once the subject’s last date to self-enrol has passed, students will no longer be able to enrol themselves. Should a place in the subject become available after this date, the waitlist will be reviewed and students will be contacted and given a limited period of time to accept or decline the place.
If your subject is displaying as closed for self-enrolment (but still has spaces available) in the table above, you can complete the waitlist application to request manual enrolment.
The Academic Support Office will contact you within 1-2 business days regarding your manual enrolment, space permitting.