Raise the bar with a law or justice degree from UC
UC’s professionally focused degrees in law or justice are the perfect partner for your legal career. Flexible and forward-thinking, Canberra Law School focuses on real-world experience, and is recognised for its world-class research. UC is ranked among Australia’s top five law schools for generic skills development and student satisfaction (Good Universities Guide, 2021).
Follow your passions by changing, moving or combining degrees in your first year of undergraduate study. You’ll build a diverse and practical skill set while you strengthen your comprehension of the law, Australia’s constitution and our State and Federal legal systems. At UC, you’ll develop an inside understanding of multiple legal jurisdictions and gain the knowledge to pursue a range of careers both inside and outside the legal profession.
#1 in Canberra for educational experience
Law and Paralegal Studies
(Good Universities Guide 2021)
Have your day in court
Experience negotiating in a courtroom with UC’s Moot Court.
Build your career as you study with real-world, practical experience.
Our on-site e-Court is one of Australia’s first technology-orientated courtrooms, with state-of-the-art audio-visual and videoconferencing technology. As a student, you’ll have the chance to experience a courtroom environment before you graduate.
Work Integrated Learning
Work Integrated Learning (WIL) is a core component of all law courses at UC, allowing many opportunities to put your theory into practice.
Law students will work on projects that address real-world legal scenarios. You'll get the chance to put your skills to the test in a variety of different internship opportunities and gain hands-on experience with reputable organisations. Each of our degrees also includes a major project in your final year, helping you to get to know the legal industry before you graduate.
"Getting to establish and build industry networks has been invaluable."
UC acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Bruce campus is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we gather.