Our undergraduate programs provide not only a grounding in common law principles and legal methodology, but equip our students for career success as critical thinkers, complex problem solvers, and high achievers.
|SATAC Code||324251 (single degree) , 32411 (double degree)|
|Single entry (undergraduate entry)||4 years full time (or part time equivalent)|
|Single degree (graduate entry)||3 years full time (or part time equivalent)|
|Double degrees||5 years full time* (or part time equivalent)|
|Prerequisites||If applying for a Law double degree, students must fulfil any subject pre requisite requirements for the other degree.|
Our undergraduate programs also provide a range of flexible study options. The Bachelor of Laws can be completed as a single or double degree program, and our elective options allow you to pursue studies in an area of particular interest to you ranging from the commercial to liberal and socially-oriented topics.
A law degree opens doors to a vast range of career options – some you may not have even considered. Graduates completing two degrees concurrently are uniquely placed to take up specialist career opportunities offered beyond the law. Students can choose from a wide range of areas including arts, sciences, commerce, business, environmental, international relations and more.
For further information, please view degree finder.
The ability to delve into a particular niche area of interest with the continuous support of passionate faculty members is the Law School’s point of distinction. The University recognises that Space Law is an increasingly important and growing area of law and provides students like me with opportunities we never considered possible. During my studies I had the opportunity to work as a research assistant with the Research Unit on Military Law and Ethics, focusing on Military Space Systems for the Space Security Index 2017.Lisa Saloukvadze – Bachelor of Laws and Commerce student
Ever wondered how the law is applied beyond the earth’s atmosphere? The Adelaide Law School is offering a short course on Strategic Space Law as part of the Winter School program. This is a unique course which provides insight into the legal aspects of space, including military and national security, how civil and criminal law is applied on space missions and the ISS, intelligence gathering and the privatisation of space travel, and much more.
The Adelaide Law School has an agreement with Oxford University, giving you the opportunity to study law at one of the worlds’ most prestigious universities. This unique program gives eligible students the opportunity to complete their degree in 3.5 years total; 2.5 years at the Adelaide Law School and 1 year at Oxford.