Master of Laws (LLM)

LLM Master of Laws

The postgraduate legal qualification that allows you to tailor study to your specific interests or strengthen your knowledge across relevant and topical areas.

Designed to develop your expertise and provide advanced knowledge of law, the ANU Master of Laws (LLM) provides a valued, versatile and globally recognised postgraduate legal qualification. As an ANU LLM student, you’ll have the option of:

  • building your own LLM by choosing from over 80 different courses (see our Masters courses on offer using the Law course finder or via the 2018 Master Course Timetable (PDF, 663KB)
  • selecting from one of five specialist streams including environmental law; government and regulation; law, governance and development; international law; and international security law.

Whatever option you choose, you’ll benefit from an emphasis on flexibility and accessibility, with intensive classes and online learning allowing you to balance postgraduate study with employment, family or personal commitments.

If you’re seeking to change career direction or have a Bachelor degree in a discipline other than law or legal studies, you can apply to the ANU Master of Laws after completing the six-month ANU Graduate Certificate of Law.

Family law

Family Law (Children)

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Law and Development in the Contemporary South Pacific

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Law Space Time

Personal Injuries Compensation

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Law and gender

Dispute Management

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International Human Rights Law

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Australian Citizenship Law

Australian Human Rights and Discrimination

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Course List

We offer over 80 masters level courses for study as a single subject, or as part of a program.

The full list is available on our Law course finder page.

 

 

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team