Course offering for 2021.
Please find the current offerings for the Master of Legal Practice Program
Grouping subjects for specialist study
You may select from any of the MLP completion courses, or you may choose to develop your expertise by selecting courses that will give you further depth in a specialist area. We’ve provided some examples grouped courses to support specialist study in that subject area.
If your role will be principally as a litigator, choose from:
- Federal Litigation
- Human Rights Litigation
- Personal Injuries Compensation
- Principles of Evidence under the Uniform Act
- Commonwealth Compensation Law
Commercial and Technology
If your legal practice will include Commercial and Technology, choose from:
- Advanced Contracts
- Government Contracts
- Commercial Drafting
- Intellectual Property Law in Practice
- Technology Transfer and Commercialisation
This cluster provides in-depth experience in key Practice skills areas:
- Advocacy (delivered online and with a face-to-face component)
- Statutory Interpretation
- Legislation and Legislative Drafting
- Blockchain and Legal Innovation 1
- Blockchain and Legal Innovation 2
Migration Law and Practice
- Principles of Australian Migration Law and Practice
- Family, Humanitarian and Other Non-Skilled Visas
- Skilled Employer-Sponsored and Business Visas
- Compliance, Visa Cancellation and Review in Australian Migration Law
- Refugee Law
- International Refugee Law
A research paper may be taken as part of the MLP program. The course is worth 12 units and involves the completion of an 11,000-16,000 word research thesis. The specific length will vary, depending on what course or program you are enrolled into.
Please see the GRU page for more information.
*Please note that LEGM8308 Graduaute Research Unit (Legal Practice), available to eligible MLP students only, will be offered for the last time in Semester 1, 2021