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Bachelor of Laws - Complete a Double Major in Legal Transformation

Stand Out as Tomorrow's Lawyer Today

The legal services sector is undergoing a radical transformation.

Emergent technologies are disrupting the way lawyers provide advice, facilitate transactions, and solve problems. The sector needs law graduates who are educated and trained not only in traditional legal reasoning and mastery of foundational legal principles, but who have also acquired entrepreneurial skills, digital literacies and a sophisticated understanding of the impact of technology upon the law and legal practice.

The Bachelor of Laws with a specialisation, major or double major in Legal Transformation provides undergraduate students with the contemporary knowledge and skills demanded by employers as well as mastery of the areas of knowledge required for admission as a legal practitioner.

Stand Out As a Specialist in Legal Transformation

Bachelor of Laws students can choose to complete a specialisation, a major or a double major in Legal Transformation.

The program can still be completed in only eight semesters on a full-time basis, and combines the legal transformation subjects with the subjects required for admission as a legal practitioner.

  • Gain a qualification that allows you to seek admission as a lawyer, in addition to a gaining a specialized qualification in Legal Transformation.
  • Master a range of professional legal skills, including legal reasoning and problem solving, legal research, legal writing, oral communication and advocacy, dispute resolution, and collaboration
  • Complete a double major, single major or specialization
  • Start in January, May or September
  • Think critically about the law and technology in a social and commercial setting and in culturally diverse contexts.

Subject Structure

Completing a specialisation will include the following:

  • 17 compulsory LLB Subjects
  • 3 Bond Core Subjects plus Beyond Bond
  • 4 Transformation Law Electives
  • 8 other Law and non-Law Electives

Students can choose from a list of Legal Transformation subjects below.  For a specialisation, students much select from four (4) of the Transformation law electives

Completing a Major in Legal Transformation will include the following:

  • 17 compulsory law subjects
  • 3 Bond Core Subjects plus Beyond Bond
  • 6 Transformation law electives
  • 6 other Law and non-Law Electives

Students wishing to complete the Major, will need to complete six (6) Transformation law electives.   

Please ensure that you seek assistance with your study plan in your first semester. Email [email protected] for assistance.

Completing a Double Major will include the following:

  • 17 compulsory law subjects
  • 3 Bond Core subjects plus Beyond Bond
  • 5 Transformation core subjects
  • 7 Transformation law electives

Students will need to select seven (7) Transformation law electives and five (5) of the Transformation core subjects. Please contact [email protected] for assistance with your study plan.

Please note, if you choose to complete a double major, all the general and law electives in your program must be legal transformation subjects, commencing in your first semester.

The double major is not available to students enrolled in a combined degree.

Future Outcomes – Stand out in an Evolving World

The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) satisfies the academic requirements for admission as a legal practitioner. If combined with the required legal training (Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice), graduates will be eligible for admission as a legal practitioner in Australia.

As a graduate with a major or double major in Legal Transformation, you will be prepared to take on a variety of roles that may include:

  • legal practitioner, legal technician, legal project manager, legal operation manager, legal start-up director, legal technology designer and Legal solutions architect.

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