Master of Commercial Law

    • CRICOS Code: 074997D

    The experience


    One of the greatest things about doing a masters course is that you have an opportunity to learn from your fellow classmates who often have a wealth of personal, practical experience to draw on. So while you are learning the theory of a particular subject, you are also learning how the theory applies in practice which for a practitioner like myself is invaluable.

    Andrew J Knibb, Master of Commercial Law

    World-class teaching staff

    The Melbourne Law Masters program brings Melbourne Law School academics together with experts from the practising profession and scholars from law schools and institutions around the world. In 2019, more than 200 lecturers from outside the School will teach in the program, more than 70 of whom are visiting international experts.

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    A global student body

    Our students come from across Australia and around the world. The diversity of the student body is integral to the quality of the program and gives our graduates access to an international and interdisciplinary network of individuals united by their experiences at Melbourne.

    Melbourne Law School has a dedicated Melbourne Law Masters Student Association (MLMSA).

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    Research and academic support

    As a student, you’ll have access to our law library – housing one of the best law collections in Australia – as well as support services including one-on-one research and legal academic skills consultations.

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    Mentoring program

    Full-time international students can participate in Melbourne Law School’s mentoring program. The program matches you with a practitioner working in your field of interest who can offer insight into practice in Australia and contribute to your network of professional contacts. Past mentors have come from across the legal profession and beyond, including from leading law firms, the Bar, government, the judiciary, major organisations and the not-for-profit sector.