More than 2,100 students are set to graduate at The Australian National University by the end of this week.
Ceremonies for undergraduates and postgraduates are being held at Llewellyn Hall.
Friends and family of students from the ANU College of Law watched on as the graduands took to the stage to receive their degrees on Wednesday.
At the law graduation, ANU Chancellor Professor Gareth Evans ACQC said the ANU community is very proud of each and every graduand.
"We think of you as ambassadors for this great university of ours,'' Professor Evans said.
"Like your predecessors, you will find that your careers will take you to all parts of Australia, all parts of the world.
"We really do wish you all success in whatever it is that you undertake in the legal profession or outside and we hope and expect that you will bring yourselves and this university great credit in whatever you do.''