Southern Cross University
Students undertaking double degrees with law are candidates for both degrees and are able to complete the two degrees with four or five years of full-time study. Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is a recognised degree enabling admission as a lawyer throughout Australia (with further practical legal training). Whatever their field of interest, LLB will equip students with the academic, intellectual, critical and practical skills needed in the professional practice of law.
A range of law-based units. Not all majors of the partner degrees may be available in the double degrees. See separate entries for 332166 Bachelor of Business and Enterprise (excluding aviation management), 333100 Bachelor of Arts, 335152 Bachelor of Psychological Science.
Refer to the single degree for more information.
Barristers or solicitors in Australia and overseas (with further qualifications); and in private, corporate or government organisations.
Bachelor of Laws fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession, but professional admission authorities require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training to be eligible for admission.
Refer to the relevant single degree.
Assumed knowledge: Refer to the relevant single degree.
Recommended studies: Refer to the relevant single degree.
View all details of this course on the SCU website.
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