The Melbourne Law Masters is a graduate law program of the highest quality, available to law and non-law graduates.
Subjects in the Melbourne Law Masters are available as single subject enrolments, either with or without assessment.
Undertaking a single subject is an ideal way to acquire in-depth understanding of major new developments in law or new skills in a particular legal area.
Single subject enrolments enable those who do not presently want to undertake a degree or diploma to sample the innovative and cutting-edge subjects on offer in the Melbourne Law Masters each year.
As long as assessment requirements are met, it may be possible for subjects to be credited towards a formal qualification should a student subsequently successfully seek admission.
Continuing Professional Development
Single subject enrolment is also useful for legal practitioners who are required to undertake mandatory Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activity in order to maintain their practising certificate. Practitioners who undertake a course or subject in the Melbourne Law Masters that is relevant to their professional development and practice should be eligible to earn CPD points. Practitioners should check within their own jurisdictions for further information on CPD requirements and how to claim CPD points.
Distance or online studies
With the exception of study in the area of global competition and consumer law, it is currently not possible to undertake a subject by distance learning. Students must attend at least 75% of classes for each subject. However, the intensive teaching format
enables students from interstate or overseas to fly to Melbourne to attend a subject over five (5) days, either taught from Monday – Friday or Wednesday – Tuesday, excluding the weekend. Subject readings are made available approximately four (4) weeks prior to commencement of classes and assessment is submitted online or arrangements can be made to sit supervised exams externally.
New subjects for 2020
- Administrative Law in Tax Matters
- Animal Law and Policy
- Bringing in the People
- Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Law
- Competition in Digital Markets
- Core Principles of Contract
- Digital Consumer Protection Law
- Human Rights: Global Policy and Practice
- Human Rights in Australia
- Income Tax Compliance and Enforcement
- International Law and Armed Violence
- Intellectual Property Dispute Resolution
- Law and Religion in Asia
- Law, Science and Development
- Migration, Diasporas and the Law
- Multi-level Government
- Pharmaceuticals: Current Legal Issues
- The Law and the Athlete
- WTO Trade Remedies
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