About the Faculty
Bond Law remains true to its founding objectives in offering a unique and innovative legal education that is industry aligned and produces highly motivated, work ready graduates. Recognised as one of Australia’s top ranked law faculties*, Bond Law is specifically acknowledged for its strengths in:
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Corporate and Commercial Law
- E-Commerce, IT and Intellectual Property Law
- General Legal Practice
- International Trade Law
- Public Law
Full Student Support
A key factor in the Faculty’s high standing is the academic and industry experience offered by some of Australia’s most eminent law professors, lecturers and legal specialists. Working with small class groups, they mentor each student through a personalised teaching strategy and open door policy. This approach also extends to the Faculty’s administrative team who offer extensive support to students by arranging internships, international exchange opportunities, study help, career guidance and potential job contacts.
Bond Law has a well-established reputation for innovative and internationally focused research into diverse aspects of law and related disciplines. Bond Law’s academics have headed ground-breaking legal challenges and court appeals, both here in Australia and on an international scale. The Faculty is also home to a number of nationally and internationally recognised centres of legal research, including:
Bond Law is actively involved in delivering ongoing education for the legal profession. Through the Dispute Resolution Centre, many thousands of solicitors, barristers, judges and government officials have attended programs in advanced negotiation, mediation and conflict management skills and techniques. Bond Law offers Professional Legal Training (PLT) for law graduates in state-of-the-art legal skills facilities. The program enables law graduates to apply for admission to legal practice and is delivered online or on campus by specialist academics and practising legal professionals.
Through Bond University’s extensive International Student Exchange Program and the Faculty’s own partnerships, Bond Law students have the opportunity to live and study at one of 42 leading universities in more than 17 countries worldwide. These include Phillips University Marburg (Germany), University of Stockholm (Sweden), Kingston University (London, UK) and Duke University (USA) to name but a few.
Scholarship and FEE-HELP Assistance
Bond Law offers a number of scholarships for outstanding students who have the potential to become future leaders in the legal fraternity. These include full and partial payment of tuition fees as well as bursaries to offset living expenses and the cost of text books. Australian citizens applying for undergraduate, postgraduate and PLT programs may also be eligible for FEE-HELP. Visit for more information.on campus first-hand and talk to our academic staff and Faculty administrators at one of the student experience days held throughout the year:
Experience Bond Law
Discover life on campus first-hand and talk to our academic staff and Faculty administrators at one of the student experience days held throughout the year:
Private tours of Bond’s picturesque campus and the Faculty of Law can be arranged anytime. Phone +61 7 5595 1024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more
Contact the Faculty of Law Reception:
Phone: +61 7 559 52008
*Compared to Australia’s "Group of Eight" universities in graduate surveys conducted by Graduate Careers Australia.