Full-time online learning for the University of Newcastle law school? Yes, please! In recognition of this “new normal” and current border closures, the University of Newcastle has made some adjustments to ensure that law students can fully access the classes and resources they require online!

In their final year of law studies, the law school also places students in local law firms where they gain a further 180 hours of supervised experience. Recently, final-year law student Taylah Gray demonstrated how powerful this learning can be.

How is COVID-19 affecting the world of law? Follow Newcastle Law School’s Law in Lockdown to learn more about how it’s disrupting the law and legal system.

What’s it like to be a University of Newcastle law student? Well, lots of study and practice to be sure, but JD/GDLP students also have the option to take a elective courses involving either international study tours or international internships. Students who participated in the international study tour to Japan in December last year, which focused on environmental law, created a video to document their experiences!

11 May 2015 News

National Law Week in Australia

National Law Week in Australia takes place throughout Australia in May each year. This year, it runs from May 11 – 15. Law Week provides…