From Semester 1 2020, the online delivery mode for all compulsory courses in the ANU College of Law Juris Doctor will be phased out. From Semester 1 2024, all compulsory courses in the ANU College of Law Juris Doctor will be delivered on-campus only. Students will then benefit from the on-campus postgraduate student experience and become part of our vibrant campus community.
Some elective courses in the Juris Doctor will remain available online. In the latter years of their degree, students may elect to study some of their courses online (subject to the availability of online elective courses).
Students who commenced the ANU Juris Doctor program prior to 2020 still have the option to complete the program completely online provided the recommended study pattern is adhered to. Those studying part-time will need to maintain
|Course #||Course Name||Remaining Running Schedule||Last Online Offering|
|LAWS6101||Foundations of Australian Law||S2 2019|
|LAWS6105||Australian Public Law||S2 2020|
|LAWS6102||Lawyers, Justice & Ethics||S2 2020|
|LAWS6106||Criminal Law & Procedure||S1 2021|
|LAWS6203||Corporations Law||S1 2021|
|LAWS6250||International Law||S1 2021|
|LAWS6201||Administrative Law||S1 2022|
|LAWS6202||Commonwealth Constitutional Law||S2 2022|
|LAWS6249||Legal Theory||S2 2022|
|LAWS6244||Litigation & Dispute Management||S1 2023||S1 2023|
|LAWS6205||Equity & Trusts||S2 2023||S2 2023|
|LAWS6207||Evidence||S2 2023||S2 2023|