Future students

As one of Australia’s largest and most prestigious law schools Monash Law School offers a broad range of Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Research Degrees.

 

Welcome message from the Dean to new law students

Welcome to the Monash Faculty of Law. You are joining a world-class law school with a proud history and demonstrated record of excellence in teaching and research.


Professor Bryan Horrigan
Dean, Faculty of Law
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Research

Monash Law School has a vibrant research culture supported by research centres and other groups, producing influential research that is doctrinal, theoretical, and law reform oriented.

Monash Faculty of Law
Building 12, Monash University, Wellington Road, Clayton Victoria Australia.

Phone: +61 3 990 53300
Fax: +61 3 990 53350

 

Monash University Law Chambers (MULC)
Marsh Building, 555 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

Phone: +61 3 9903 8500
Fax: +61 3 9903 8503

 

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Monash Law School

Monash Law School is located on two campuses. Undergraduate and research degrees are based at the Clayton Campus, while postgraduate degrees are based in Melbourne’s CBD at the Monash University Law Chambers (MULC).

 

 

Monash Law turns 50
The Faculty of Law celebrated its 50th anniversary with a Gala Dinner at the Grand Hyatt in Melbourne. Over 400 guests attended and reaquainted themselves with old classmates and fellow alumni from the faculty. Read more.

What should we do about war criminals?
Discussions should be revived as to how Australia should address the presence of war criminals, according to legal academic, Associate Professor Gideon Boas, who spent years working on the Slobodan Milosevic trial. Read more.

A crime to be gay in majority of the Commonwealth
As the Commonwealth Games get under way in Glasgow, it highlights that the modern Commonwealth of Nations is home to not only some great athletes, but also some of the most homophobic countries in the world. Read more.

Preventing asylum seekers' return to harm through the High Court
The High Court is due to hear a challenge to the screening and transfer of a boatload of Sri Lankan asylum seekers back to Sri Lankan authorities. Read more.

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