With the increased globalisation of world trade and the necessity to conduct business in unfamiliar legal systems, there has never been a more appropriate time to undertake postgraduate studies in Comparative Law. As part of this specialisation, you will examine the global trend towards harmonisation of laws, as well as impacts and changes within European Union affecting current legal practice in Australia.
The flexible course structure in the Master of Laws may give you the opportunity to select either a second specialisation, or an additional four courses from those listed below.
- Commercial Law
- International Law
- Public Law
- Sustainable Development
A significant component of your degree will be research-based. You will become proficient in legal research, advanced legal writing and critical thinking through a series of guided research projects. Should you wish to complete a doctoral degree, the Master of Laws (Comparative Law) is an ideal pathway.