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Corporate and Commercial Law - LAWSIS9200

Plan Summary

 
Faculty: Faculty of Law
 
  
   
 
Program: 9200 - Law
 
 
Award(s):
 
 
Master of Laws (Specialisation)
 
  

Plan Outline

Lawyers seeking to upgrade thier commerical and regulatory skils can select from a diverse offering of well-established and new, innovative courses. The objective in all the Corporate and Commercial Law offerings is to deliver highly relevant legal knowledge set in a practical commercial and regulatory context. To achieve this, courses are taught by a combination of UNSW law academics and leading practitioners. Distinguished guest lecturers and international faculty are a feature of our courses.

Students must complete at least 4 courses (24 uoc) from the following list to obtain a specialisation in Corporate and Commercial Law in the Master of Laws.

When a student completes the Master of Laws which incorporates a specialisation, the student’s academic transcript and Testamur will identify the specialisation and will contain the words ‘Master of Laws in [the specialisation completed]’ or words to that effect.

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