Macquarie Law School postgraduate information evening
Macquarie University Arts and Law Postgraduate Information Evening: Law Postgraduate Programs
Dr Carlos Bernal-Pulido, one of Macquarie Law School‘s Associate Professors provides an introduction to the postgraduate and master’s programs within the Macquarie Law School.
Juris Doctor Program at Macquarie Law School
Beginning in 2014, Macquarie offered a Juris Doctor (JD), a postgraduate qualification in law which typically qualifies students to seek admission to practice in Australia and globally.
Macquarie University’s JD will continue the Macquarie Law School’s tradition of providing interdisciplinary perspectives on the study of law to ensure graduates not only know what the law is, but why it has evolved the way it has and where it might or should develop in the future. The Macquarie Law School also recognizes the importance of understanding law in a globalized world and ensure all graduates have studied international law. The school has embraced the university’s Participation and Community Engagement program, requiring every student to undertake experiential or work-integrated learning prior to graduation to ensure they are workplace ready.
Key features of the Macquarie Juris Doctor Program
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of the Australian legal system, including an international law perspective
- Gain the analytical, writing and advocacy skills required in the legal environment
- Enhance your degree with our Participation and Community Engagement program which integrates learning with workplace experience
- Opportunity to accelerate the rate of completion of your degree through summer session offerings
- Possibility of specialization in international law, environmental law, corporate and commercial law and social justice
Program: Juris Doctor (JD)
Location: North Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales
Duration: 3 years
Semester intakes: February and July
Offers are issued on a rolling admissions basis (first come, first served).
- Completed or be completing an undergraduate degree
- Achieved a minimum cumulative grade point average (cGPA) of 2.5/4.00 ( approx. 65%). Please note this is the minimum average to apply.
OzTREKK recommends that you apply for this program if you have achieved a minimum cGPA 70% cumulative average, or above, in order for your application to be considered competitive. Please note that the applicant’s cumulative average will be taken into consideration. Macquarie University does not require the LSAT for entry.