Law School Masters Programmes

United Kingdom:

University of Salford:

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You can benefit from the outstanding teaching and research expertise of the University of Salford from wherever you are in the world, by combining the best of both online and face to face interaction – all students are required to attend a mandatory residency in Salford, England or Zürich, Switzerland. See More Here

Australia:

Melbourne Law School:

The Melbourne Law Masters offers masters degrees, graduate diplomas and single subjects across specialist legal areas to deepen knowledge and understanding in a general or specialised area of law. All areas are led by an expert in the field and many areas are linked with a research centre or institute, which are a valuable academic resource for students.

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Monash University:

The Monash LLM is ideal for law graduates wanting to develop in-depth knowledge of a particular legal area, or those wanting to advance their professional expertise in a current area of practice. You will gain advanced professional skills and knowledge of law developments, practice and scholarship of one or more areas of law.

University of Queensland

The Master of Laws (LLM) #16 is designed to enhance the theoretical and practical expertise of students and provide them with a professional edge.

New Zealand:

Auckland University: 

The LLM is designed to provide an advanced level of study for both full-time students and those who are legal practitioners or engaged in other full- or part-time employment. It can be undertaken by coursework, research or a combination of both. You can choose from over 25 taught courses and entry to the LLM is available throughout the year.

Victoria University:

Designed to be flexible, the Master of Laws offers courses that are taught in different formats. Some courses meet weekly, others are taught in a more compact format.

Block courses are taught over a one-to-two week period, and intensive courses are broken into chunks of eight to twelve hours. They are often taught over two-to-three consecutive evenings or in Friday afternoon and Saturday sessions, with a break of two-to-three weeks between sessions.

Course Cost:  $10,300

Otago Law School:

The Master of Laws (LLM) degree requires at least one year of full-time study, or the equivalent in part-time study. It entails completion of a thesis, and there is no requirement for coursework. The aim is to develop in a candidate the skills needed to understand recent developments in the Law. Applicants must have a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) or Bachelor of Laws with Honours (LLB(Hons)) degree, or alternative qualifications and experience acceptable to the University.

Cost: Unspecified

Waikato University:

The Master of Laws has a flexible programme structure and suits the objective of a number of students; those who seek to upgrade their skills and knowledge through specialist taught papers, those who wish to combine taught papers with a significant piece of independent research or those students who wish to engage in research only.

Cost: Unspecified

Continuing Legal Education Programmes

Auckland District Law Society

The ADLS provide a range of webinars, seminars and other events to assist lawyers with their continuing education credits.

The College of Law:

The College of Law is a school of professional practice for lawyers in Australia and NZ.  The College is the largest provider of practice-focused legal education in Australasia.

LegalWise Seminars:

Legalwise Seminars is one of Australia & New Zealand’s leaders in high quality continuing legal education (MCLE) and legal-related continuing professional development (CPD), providing a range of seminars, conferences, webinars and educational requirements for legal professionals.