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Bond Law becomes Australia's only Law School to sign with the German Lawyers Association

Bond Law has become the only Australian Law School to sign an exchange agreement with the 2,500 member German Lawyers Association (VDA). Dean Geraldine Mackenzie signed the agreement with VDA Vice President Baron von Bredow on 14 March 2013.

This agreement expands Bond Law’s long standing connection with the German legal profession. This relationship has included key academic staff appointments such as Adjunct Professor Dr Wolfgang Babeck who was instrumental in facilitating meetings with the VDA. Under the agreement, VDA members will be assisted to enrol in Bond Law LLM degrees from September 2013.

Professor Mackenzie commented: “We are excited about the opportunities this closer relationship with the German profession will present. We are honoured to have been selected to partner with the VDA and we look forward to welcoming VDA members to our Master's programs and to Bond University”.

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