La Trobe Law School
Our courses, at La Trobe’s Melbourne and Bendigo campuses, ensure that graduates are career ready – and ready to make a difference.
Our clinical placements program ensures our graduates are ready for the workplace. Our research outcomes shape the law for the better.
We are promoting justice and equity through innovative teaching and research.
About our School
Explore study options and find out how we offer an exceptional student experience.
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Our research outcomes are influencing law reform in Australia and overseas.
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We partner with community legal centres, law firms and criminal justice organisations.
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Leading law research
We’re ranked 'above world standard' for our law research.
Australian Research Council, 2019, Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Outcomes 2018
Put theory into practice with a clinical placement in law or criminology.
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89.3% of our undergraduate students gave us a positive rating for skills development.
Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT), 2021, ComparED: Laws & Paralegal Studies (Undergraduate)
Help a student build a new life at La Trobe
After being displaced by war, a scholarship gave Juris Doctor student Philip Al Ayeck the chance to build a new life at La Trobe.
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- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
- Bachelor of Criminology
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Psychological Science
- Bachelor of Criminology/Bachelor of Psychological Science
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/ Bachelor of Criminology
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Global Studies
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/ Bachelor of Commerce
- Juris Doctor
Anthropocene Reading Group - Between Facticity and Normativity
Tuesday 04 April 01:00pm
Anthropocene Reading Group - Political Desirings: Yearnings for Mattering (,) Differently
Tuesday 02 May 01:00pm
Law students to compete in Vis Moot
The La Trobe Law School’s moot team – Emma Hollis, Emma Lappin and Uday Sharma – are set to compete in the Vis Moot in Hong Kong in March
The Inhuman in the Human: Laws for the Anthropocene - Workshop
You are invited to participate in a La Trobe Law School workshop featuring Professor Margaret Davies.
The Inhuman in the Human: Laws for the Anthropocene - Early Career Masterclass
Early Career Academics are invited to participate in a masterclass, to develop works in progress and to engage with the work of Professor Margaret Davies.