Postgraduate Information Sessions | Law

Postgraduate Information Sessions

Futureproof your career with Australia's leader in progressive legal education. 

Whether you're a practising lawyer seeking an edge in your career, or an industry professional looking to gain specialist legal knowledge to take your career to new heights, our programs are designed to reflect the growing needs of our students and the industry. 

We ensure that our students are given the most up-to-date learning in all areas of study so they can graduate with the skills and attributes needed to succeed in their chosen career paths. 

Our teaching faculty ranks amongst the finest in the world, with a vibrant mix of leading international academic experts teaching alongisde distinguished members of the profession. UNSW Law is home to leading research, education and advocacy centres, and they play a major role in the education of our students through specialist postgraduate internships. 

Offering programs to both law and non-law graduates, our innovative curriculum and strong industry connections ensure you will graduate with more than just the latest legal knowledge; you'll have obtained the expertise and outlook to embrace transformation and take your career to the next level. 

Attend the upcoming Postgraduate Information Evening to discover how UNSW Law can help you be ready for tomorrow. 

Date: Thursday 11 May 2017

Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Location: The Westin, Sydney

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At the event, you'll hear from our leading academics and current students about programs on offer, as well as our flexible study options, diverse programs and first-class resources. 

You will also have the opportunity for a one-to-one consultation with staff to have all your questions answered. 

If you have a specific question regarding Postgraduate Study, please contact law@unsw.edu.au

Details on applying for postgraduate study in 2017 can be found here

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