ADELAIDE LAW SCHOOL
THE FACULTY OF THE PROFESSIONS
For legal professionals, this program will providea competitive, high quality and flexible courseworkMasters for their extended development. In addition,the program will appeal to those wishing to furtherdevelop their scholarly skills in legal researchand writing.The program provides access to a range of areasto suit both domestic and international studentsproceeding directly from undergraduate law study,as well as experienced legal practitioners wishing tospecialise in areas of commercial law. The programincludes a range of elective courses suited tothose with a particular interest in international andcomparative law.
MASTER OF LAWSPROGRAM STRUCTURE
The expected duration of the program is 1 year offull time study.
What is the time commitment?
The Master of Laws is equivalent to oneyear of full-time study (24 units). It is possible tostudy the program part-time over two to six years.Seminar-style teaching is employed, with one courseusually involving 24 hours of class time. The deliveryof courses can vary, with some being taught overa twelve week period with classes in the evenings.Others are taught intensively over two or threeweekends, or a single week. Although listed under distinct semesters, coursesstart continuously throughout the year.
For 2011, the indicative annual tuition fee forthe program is:
Domestic Students|8 courses/12 monthsFees: please refer to www.adelaide.edu.au/student/ finance/feepaying/tuitionInternational Students|8 courses/12 monthsFees: AUD $26,250
Advanced Contract Law Anti-Discrimination LawBusiness Taxation and GST*Comparative Constitutional LawComparative Corporate Rescue LawComparative Law*Competition Law: Comparative PerspectivesCorporate Governance*Corporations in the Global AgeDissertation*European Business Law*European Union LawGlobalisation and theLegal Regulation of WorkGovernment, Business and Regulation*Health and Biotechnology Law*Human Rights: International Perspectives*Income Taxation*Insolvency LawInsurance LawIntellectual Property Law*International Commercial Arbitration*International Criminal LawInternational Economic LawInternational Energy LawInternational Environmental Law*International Financial RegulationInternational Franchising and the Law*International Humanitarian LawInternational Trade Law*International Trade Transactions and the Law*Law of Debtor and CreditorMigration LawMining and Energy Law*Personal Property Security Law*Private International LawSelected Issues in Intellectual Property LawSport LawTechnology, Law and Society*Transitional JusticeTransnational Business and Human RightsTransnational Crime and Terrorism*Wine LawWork Relationships and the Law*Workplace Bargaining
Offering in 2011*
MASTER OF LAWS