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Coursework

Master of Public and International Law

  • CRICOS Code: 075001A

Where will this take me?

Overview

As a student in the Master of Public and International Law, you’ll develop an advanced understanding of the complex body of knowledge in the field of public and international law, including:

  • The legal and institutional framework for Australian government in theory and practice
  • Analysis and resolution of the complex problems of government law
  • A range of alternative approaches to government law in other countries and systems and the methodology of comparative public law
  • The context within which government law operates and the sensitivities peculiar to it
  • The legal and institutional framework for Australian government in theory and practice
  • The nature, major principles, processes and structures of the international legal system and the relationship between international and domestic law
  • Legal issues in contemporary public and international affairs
  • The increasing significance of international law domestically, regionally and globally.

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.