La Trobe Law School aims to transform student lives through learning. To ensure students are equipped for meeting the challenges of their academic and future work-life, the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce has developed learning support services, offered at each La Trobe campus.
The terms 'full-time' and 'part-time' relate to the number of subjects you take per semester and therefore the amount of time you will commit to study. Most undergraduate and postgraduate courses offer full-time and part-time study options.
Blended learning is a mix of face to face and online learning. It involves thoughtful, innovative, integration of face to face learning experiences with online learning experiences. The focus is based on the interactions between teachers, students and resources that assist students to achieve intended learning outcomes. We offer new and innovative ways to combine weekly interactive tutorials/seminars and online video/audio lecture experiences seamlessly and coherently, in a manner which responds to disciplinary variation and student learning needs.
The La Trobe Law Students' Association was founded in 1992. It organises educational, career and social events for students as well as several public lectures every year. The LSA also publishes a number of online resources for law students every year.
La Trobe Law School is renovating its Moot Court and will launch a new state-of-the-art facility in 2016. The school has a long-standing reputation when it comes to national and international mooting competitions. In 2012, the La Trobe Law School team was the highest-ranking Australian team, and ranked in the top three worldwide.
Law School students also have access to a dedicated student lounge that will be newly renovated in 2016.
The La Trobe University Library has a dedicated team of library staff supporting La Trobe Law School. Get in touch with La Trobe Library to find out more.
The Student Learning Unit aims to ensure that all students – including those from non-English-speaking backgrounds – have access to tools for developing high-level academic speaking, writing, reading, and numeracy skills required for successful learning in their course.
Student Wellbeing encourages full and equal participation of all La Trobe students and staff and fosters an environment free of discrimination and harassment.
La Trobe University offers counselling services and a number of resources to its students.
ASK La Trobe is your 24/7 student help service where you will find answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about study and student life.