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Bond Law ranked #1 for overall satisfaction in Australian Law Student Survey

A recent survey published by Survive Law, Australia’s leading community of law students online, has ranked Bond Law #1 in overall student satisfaction.

In addition to taking out the top ranking overall, Bond Law outperformed the other Australian universities to take the #1 spot for study experience, career support and student wellbeing; the #2 spot for campus life; and #3 for quality of teaching.

Bond University’s Dean of Law, Professor Geraldine Mackenzie, said Bond’s holistic approach to its Law program attributed greatly to its #1 ranking. 

“Bond Law prides itself on providing a world-class student experience on all fronts, and these latest student satisfaction survey results are testament to that,” Professor Mackenzie said.

“Our students receive personalised attention from their lecturers and tutors, as well as having dedicated career services staff available for their support and general wellbeing,” she said.

“This nurturing environment, combined with high quality teaching, practical legal skills and international experience and contacts make Bond’s Law program a force to be reckoned with both here in Australia and abroad.”

“We are thrilled to be setting new national benchmarks for student satisfaction and cementing our reputation as one of the country’s best Law schools.”

The Australian Law Student Satisfaction Survey (ALSSS) is a national, online survey of law students conducted by Survive Law.   2013 is the first year Survive Law has conducted this survey.

ASLSSS is sponsored by the Law Council of Australia and The College of Law, and attracted responses from over 2000 undergraduate and postgraduate law students from across Australia. 

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