Accelerate your ambition - Juris Doctor
Accelerate your ambition
“I want to use environmental law to enforce sustainable practices and protect future generations.”
Five reasons to study a Juris Doctor at Macquarie
- A professional legal qualification that equips students with the educational requirements to become a legal practitioner.
- Not only will you get the analytical, writing and advocacy skills required for the legal practice, you’ll also get the opportunity to undertake a practical workplace experience through PACE (Professional and Community Engagement), allowing you to experience law in practice.
- Available to study online, on campus or a bit of both for complete flexibility.
- Has small class sizes and less teaching with undergraduate students, so you get the attention you need in a class of like-minded individuals.
- Allows you to focus on your passion and specialise in corporate and commercial law, environmental law, international law or social justice.
Macquarie Law School programs are industry focused in a supportive learning environment.
Hear more about it from our staff, students and graduates.
Macquarie University Law Society (MULS)
MULS is a representative body for all law students at Macquarie University. The society enhances your law degree by:
- assisting your personal and professional development through social justice initiatives and careers events
- encouraging you to strengthen your skills through legal competitions and sporting programs
- providing you with the opportunity to perfect your communication talents through our publications and moots
- ensuring you have a lot of fun in the process through various social events.
Duration: 3 years full time or 6 years part time
Commonwealth supported places (CSP)
Estimated annual fee AUD$10,595
CSP applications close for Session 1, 2017 on Tuesday 15 November 2016.
Domestic fee-paying place (DFP)
Estimated annual fee
Apply through the Universities Admission Centre (UAC)
CSP applications close for Session 1, 2017 on Monday, 31 October 2016
Domestic fee-paying applications for Session 1 close on Friday 3 February 2017.
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