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Become a Climate Law Specialist

We need a new generation of energised, empowered, and legally educated advocates to address and ultimately reverse the wide-reaching effects of climate change.

The Bachelor of Laws with a specialisation, major or double major in Climate Law is the first program of its type in the world.

Focusing on the law, science, social and commercial implications of climate change, it is designed for undergraduate students who wish to specialise in climate law and contribute to addressing climate change by leading regulatory reform. 


World-first climate law qualification

Bachelor of Laws students can specialise in climate law by selecting either a specialisation (4 electives), a major (6 electives), or a double major (12 electives).

  • Gain a qualification that allows you to seek admission as a lawyer, while gaining a specialised qualification in climate law.
  • Examine the key principles of climate law and the legal and social implications of climate change.
  • Start in January, May or September. 

Future outcomes

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) satisfies the academic requirements for admission as a legal practitioner. LLB graduates are able to pursue a wide variety of legal and professional careers in the public or private sector. Graduates with a specialisation Climate Law will be well-placed to practice and contribute to addressing climate change by leading regulatory reform.

Subject Structure

Bachelor of Laws students can choose to complete a specialisation, major, or double major in Climate Law, starting in Bond's January, May or September intakes.

The double major

If you complete the double major full-time, you will be immersed in the studies of climate change and climate law through a wide range of law and non-law subjects. 

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