Master of Intellectual Property Law

  • CRICOS code: 075000B

Where will this take me?


As a Master of Intellectual Property Law student, you’ll develop an advanced understanding of the complex body of knowledge in the field of Australian and New Zealand intellectual property law and its place in the global context.

You’ll also develop skills in critical analysis and the ability to interpret and transmit your ideas to specialist and non-specialist audiences, including clients.

Completing the appropriate subjects in the Master of Intellectual Property Law may qualify you to register as a trade marks attorney and a patent attorney under the Trans-Tasman regime. In order to qualify you should first seek advice from the Trans-Tasman IP Attorneys Board and consult with Melbourne Law School on subject selection.