Master of Laws

The University of Adelaide
En Adelaide (Australia)

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1 year

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or
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A Global Learning Experience is an integral component to your academic journey at The
University of Adelaide.
The university is committed to offering its students the opportunity to study
overseas through a range of degrees offered via the Global Learning Office, including student
exchange, study tours, short study degrees, internships and placements.
There are many exciting
opportunities in Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, and Oceania ranging from a few weeks to a
full academic year.


To find Global Learning opportunities available in your study area click Global Experiences.

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University Of Adelaide Thebarton Campus 3/49 Holland Street, SA 5005, South Australia, Australia
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IT Law
Intellectual Property Law
Property Law
Human Rights
Intellectual Property
Comparative Law
Word
Security
International
Global
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The program is designed to offer flexibility to suit particular interests.
It consists of 24 units chosen from the list of law courses.
It is also possible to include courses from other disciplines within the University, subject to approval by the Program Coordinator.
Seminar-style teaching is employed, with one course usually involving 24 hours of classes.
Some courses are taught during the evening or on weekends, while other courses may be taught intensively over two or more weeks.
A candidate shall satisfactorily complete a substantial research piece of scholarship.
To satisfy this requirement, candidates must complete one of two options.
A candidate must satisfactorily complete two, 7,000-8,000 word research essays, chosen from any Adelaide Law Masters 3 unit courses.
These research essays are in addition to any other course assessment requirements.
Where a research essay is part of the course assessment, the word limit can be extended to 7,000-8,000 words to satisfy this requirement.
     2.
        A candidate must satisfactorily complete the 6 unit Dissertation course                  (12,000-15,000 words).
Either of these two options can be undertaken once a minimum of 12 units towards the program has been successfully completed by the candidate.
Academic Program Rules The Calendar is a comprehensive handbook of the University's academic program rules.
Master of Laws Areas of Specialisation While the LLM has no official specialisations, students can choose to focus in a number of different study areas, such as the following: Commercial Law Comparative Law (International) Competition Law Criminal Law Human Rights Law Intellectual Property Law Industry Specific International Law Migration Law Military Law Property Law Technology / Internet Law Workplace and Regulation Law Example Study Plan Indicative study plan Course - 24 units chosen from the following 3 units courses LAW 7007: Comparative Constitutional Law (PG) LAW 7009: Mining and Energy Law (PG) LAW 7034: Anti-Discrimination Law  (PG) LAW 7038: Law of Debtor and Creditor (PG) LAW 7040: International Environmental Law (PG) LAW 7042: Technology, Law and Society (PG) LAW 7043: Corporate Governance & Security Reg: Int & Com Persp (PG) LAW 7055: Comparative Corporate Rescue Law (PG) LAW 7056: Competition Law: Comparative Perspectives (PG) LAW 7057: Corporate Governance (PG) LAW 7059: European Union Law (PG) LAW 7061: Globalisation and the Legal Regulation of Work (PG) LAW 7062: Selected Issues in Intellectual Property Law (PG) LAW 7063: Government Business and Regulation (PG) LAW 7064: Intellectual Property Law (PG) LAW 7065: International Commercial Arbitration (PG) LAW 7066: Private International Law (PG) LAW 7067: International Criminal Law (PG) LAW 7068: International Energy Law (PG) LAW 7070: International Trade Law (PG) LAW 7072: Work Relationships and the Law (PG) LAW 7073: Transnational Organised Crime (PG) LAW 7074: Transitional Justice (PG) LAW 7076: International Economic Law (PG) LAW 7096: Sport Law (PG)  LAW 7098: Insurance Law (PG) LAW 7099: International Trade Transactions and the Law (PG) LAW 7115: Insolvency Law (PG) LAW 7120: Human Rights (PG) LAW 7122: Transnational Business and Human Rights (PG) LAW 7123: Perspectives on Property and Society (PG) LAW 7124: Workplace Bargaining (PG) LAW 7125: International Financial Regulation (PG) LAW 7128: Advanced Contract Law (PG) LAW 7129: International Humanitarian Law (PG) LAW 7150: European Business Law (PG) LAW 7151: Health, Medical and Biotechnology Law (PG) LAW 7152: International Franchising and the Law (PG) LAW 7153: Personal Property Security Law (PG) LAW 7154: Migration Law (PG) LAW 7158: Corporate Law: Selected Issues (PG) LAW 7159: Comparative Migration Law (PG) LAW 7160: Water Resources Law (PG) LAW 7161: Bioethics and the Law (PG) LAW 7162: Internet Law (PG) LAW 7163: Competition and Consumer Law (PG) LAW 7164: Criminal Law: Selected Issues (PG) LAW 7165: International Security Law (PG) LAW 7166: Company Merger and Acquisitions Law (PG) LAW 7174: Advanced Comparative Law LAW 7167: Legal Ethics LAW 7168: Military Operations Law LAW 7170: Public International Law LAW 7171: Law of Weaponry LAW 7172: Strategic Space Law LAW 7173: Maritime Law and Geopolitics LAW 7175: Comparative Law: Selected Issues LAW 7176: International Insolvency Law LAW 7177: Introduction to Australian Law LAW 7178: Planning Law LAW 7179: Special Topic B Research Students must complete either: LAW 7025: Law Dissertation (PG) 6 unit course or two 7,000 – 8,000 word research essays chosen from any postgraduate coursework Law course each to the value of 3 units.
The research essays will be an addition to any other course assessment requirement.
Where a research essay is part of the course assessment, the word limit will be extended to 7,000 – 8,000 words to satisfy this requirement.
Note: Other courses may be taken subject to the approval of the Program Co-ordinator Not all courses will be offered in any one calendar year.