Course structures

The School of Law offers model course structures for Bachelor of Laws (LLb) to give students the best opportunity to meet not only the course requirements of the LLb but also the requirements for admission to practice in Victoria. The School of Law recommends that students follow one of the model structures noted below.


Detailed information on course structures, rules, unit offerings and pre-requisite unit information can be found in the online course search facility.

Please contact a Faculty Student Advisor if you would like to check your course plan to ensure it meets course requirements. Students may also make an application for Credit for Prior Learning.

Model degree structures 2014

Bachelor of Laws (LLB) M312 full-time 4 years [96KB PDF]

D322 Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws [217KB]

D396 Bachelor of Property and Real Estate/Bachelor of Laws [97KB]

Law Combined Courses (LLB / other course) D312, D322, D323, D327, D331, D335 full-time 5 years [97KB PDF]

Approved LLB electives

Electives offered in 2014

Note: Law electives are offered on a rotational basis, subject to teaching staff availability and threshold enrolment numbers. Not every unit is offered every year.

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