The ANU College of Law’s new Australian Aviation Law course will provide students with an awareness and appreciation of the laws that apply to the day-to-day operations within the aviation...
Master of Laws (LLM)
The Masters of Laws (LLM) program at the ANU College of Law is the longest standing of the graduate programs offered by the College. Consistent with the ongoing development of graduate law teaching over the decades, the LLM program offers students the opportunity to select from a wide range of law courses at introductory, advanced and specialist levels.
A particular feature of the LLM, and all the specialised programs is the intensive delivery of the courses over a period of 3 or 4 days. Some courses in the program are also offered online.
Masters for non-law graduates
Non-law graduates can choose from a series of programs including the Master of Legal Studies as well as specialised Masters, Graduate Diplomas and Certificates.
Full time 1 year
Part time up to 5 years
Specialised Master of Laws (LLM)
Commencement & sessions
We offer two main intakes per year:
Semester 1/Summer: February
Semester 2/Winter: July
Applications may be accepted outside the main intake periods.