The purpose of this web page is to provide information to students undertaking the restructured Juris Doctor program.
Enrolling for the first time
If you've received and accepted an offer to study the Juris Doctor, you now need to enrol in your courses.
Study patterns for the Juris Doctor are available on Programs and Courses. The study patterns are the same whether you choose to study online courses or in person (on campus) courses.
Choosing online or in person study
Commencing in 2019 JD students will have the option of studying their courses online or in person (on campus). Students can choose to do all online, all in person, or a mix of both as it suits.
The study patterns are the same whether you choose to study online courses or in person courses.
However, when you enrol in your courses, please ensure you chose the correct Class Number which corresponds to the delivery mode you wish to undertake. Class Numbers can be found on the Offerings and Fees tab of the ANU Programs and Courses course entry page.
Semester 1 2019 - Induction
Please see the induction booklet for information to assist in your time at ANU College of Law
Current and continuing coursework students must re-enrol themselves for each session by the appropriate deadline.
Managing your program
As a postgraduate student of ANU you take responsibility for your own studies administratively and academically. This includes correctly enrolling in the courses, updating your personal details in the ANU system through ISIS, applying for program leave, withdrawing from a course without financial and/or academic penalty, verifying Census Date deadlines, applying for FEE-HELP (if you are eligible) and more.
Booking a SubDean Appointment
The SubDean provides advice on academic matters and is the delegated authority for many policy decisions.
To make an appontment with the SubDean of the LLB program to discuss academic matters please complete the booking form. Schedule online
A research paper may be taken as part of a Bachelor of Laws, Bachelor of Laws (Hons), Juris Doctor, Master of Laws or Master of Legal Practice program. The course is worth 12 units and involves the completion of a 11,000-16,000 word research thesis. The specific length will vary, depending on what course or program you are enrolled into.
Please see the GRU page for more information.
Policies & procedures
ANU College of Law has a number of specific policies for its students. Please go to Policies & procedures for information on (but not limited to):
- Assessment review & appeals
- Credit (Status)
- Word limits
- Special Consideration
- Course study load & overloading
- Academic Integrity / Misconduct
- Student placements
Check your program fees
All students will receive an invoice in ISIS in the first weeks of each session you are enrolled in. Your invoice will indicate the cost of your course tuition, and the due date for payment.
Eligible domestic students may apply for FEE-HELP or HECS-HELP through ISIS to defer their fees to the Australian Taxation Office. Ensure you apply for FEE-HELP or HECS-HELP before the course Census Date or you will need to pay your fees upfront.
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The ANU College of Law Services Office operates from 10am to 5pm Monday to Friday and they:
- collect and distribute unmarked and marked student assessments
- print and distribute student handouts, including course study guides and course handouts for Undergraduate students & Graduate students
- hire lockers to students
- maintain first aid equipment and conduct first aid and fire drill training
- provide a variety of services for staff.
Complete your JD at Oxford
We also offer the opportunity to complete your JD at Oxford, while also graduating with a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL) from the University of Oxford. See our Oxford JD page for more information.
Completing the Juris Doctor is a significant academic achievement and is rightly celebrated at the University's prestigious Conferring of Awards ceremonies. Conferring of Awards ceremonies are inspiring events that have both formal and symbolic significance.