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Study a Master of Laws at UQ

A degree designed with flexibility in mind.

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Your future is just a click away

In uncertain times, choose your own path. With no compulsory specialisations and a broad range of courses, you can tailor the Master of Laws to suit your interests, career or goals. Depending on your background, you can study the program over either 16 units (1 year) or 24 units (1.5 years). In both programs, you'll learn from leading academics as well as legal practitioners, judges and international scholars. Take the first step today.

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Why study a Master of Laws

Offered full time and part time

Recognised towards Queensland Law Society Continuing Professional Development

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Master of Laws

The LLM can be studied across 1 year (honours or masters graduates) or 1.5 years (bachelors graduates).