Postgraduate Law electives for Undergraduate students

Each year, high achieving Bachelor of Laws (Honours) students in their final year of study are invited by the Master of Laws Course Director to participate in up to two postgraduate law electives. These units come from a diverse range offered in our Master of Laws program, taught at our Monash Law Chambers.

This is a unique undergraduate experience that will enable you to:

  • study postgraduate law units from our various areas of study i.e. Commercial and corporate law, Criminal law and forensics, Dispute resolution, Global society and human rights, Health law and community, Labour and employment law, Public sector governance and regulation, Technology and innovation and Transnational economic regulation;
  • study at the Monash University Law Chambers, which is a dedicated postgraduate study centre in the heart of the city and Melbourne's legal district;
  • study in a postgraduate teaching environment i.e. small seminar-style classes with students who may be practising lawyers, barristers and/or people working in a specialised field.

Master of Laws Elective Program for undergraduate students