Master of Laws
Take your career further with the Monash Master of Laws
The Monash Master of Laws is unlike any other Australian legal masters program. That’s because it’s specifically designed to help you take your legal career to the next level
The Monash Master of Laws is specifically designed to provide you with a competitive edge in your legal career. Combining both practical and theoretical study, it empowers you to build an in-depth specialisation in key areas of the law, whether you’re a recent graduate or an experienced professional.
Accelerate your career in the law
Whether you’re an experienced legal practitioner or a recent law graduate, the Monash LLM is your key to a more rewarding career in the law. That’s because Monash Law School combines theoretical study with real-world practicality, making sure each unit is relevant to your professional as well as your academic life. We also give the best teachers the amenities and resources they need to help students reach their academic and professional potential. The result is that our students have a track record of post-study employment and promotion that stands out among Australia’s law schools.
Closer links to the legal profession
At Monash Law School, we’re proud of our embedded links to the legal profession. Many of our advanced subjects are taught by practising lawyers and our alumni occupy some of the most prominent positions in Melbourne’s legal and corporate worlds. When you study at Monash, you become part of a close-knit community of professionals who stand out through their achievements and their collegiality.
The flexibility to suit your stage of practice
We offer the chance to take one of nine different specialisations as well as the opportunity to take single units of study.That way you can reinforce a specialisation, with the option of continuing to a full Masters degree. We also offer exemptions to our two-year course Masters course based on previous study and experience, which means some students have the opportunity to complete the LLM in just 12 months.