Advance your career with a Master of Laws (LLM) from one of the world’s leading law schools.
ANU is Australia's top-ranked university and ANU Law School is ranked 12th in the world for the study of law (QS World Rankings by Subject 2018).
The ANU LLM is an advanced postgraduate qualification that is designed to equip practising lawyers, aspiring professionals and recent graduates with specialist legal knowledge and skills.
Open to both law and non-law graduates, this postgraduate programme is ideal for those looking to deepen their knowledge in a specific area of law, those who are planning to enter a new area of practice or those for whom a knowledge of law would be beneficial in their career, including public policy professionals, regulators and managers.
Our teaching approach combines academic rigour with practical expertise, while small class sizes provide increased opportunities for postgraduate students to interact and engage with academic staff, visiting guest speakers and other students.
As a postgraduate student at Australia’s national law school, you’ll benefit from opportunities that are unique to studying law in the nation’s capital, the city where federal laws and policies are made. Our proximity to the High Court of Australia, Commonwealth courts and federal agencies offers unparalleled access to legal practitioners, members of the judiciary and government policymakers, many of whom are ANU Law alumni.
The flexible curriculum of ANU Law School’s LLM allows you to tailor your studies to suit your personal interests and career aspirations. You can build your own programme by selecting from a range of contemporary topics in law, including international security, aviation and space, environment and climate, cyber warfare and human rights. Or you can choose to specialise in one of the following areas:
- International Law
- Public Law
- Private & Commercial Law