Flexible study options

Study Law closer to home in your first year

Are you enrolled in a Law double degree in 2021 at the Wollongong campus, but live in the South Western Sydney region? We have a unique opportunity that will allow you to study your first year law subjects at our campus in Liverpool. You will then commence second year Law as well as your other degree at the Wollongong campus in 2022.

 

Benefits of studying at the South Western Sydney campus:

  • Study closer to home – less travel and more time to study
  • A quieter campus and personalised experience
  • Extensive calendar of social events
  • Brand new facilities and lots of support services available
  • Short five minute walk to Liverpool train station

Bachelor of Laws: study options

The Bachelor of Laws is available full-time or part-time and in a range of double degree options.

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Frequently asked questions

Yes. All compulsory subjects in the Bachelor of Laws degree will be offered at the South Western Sydney campus.

You will be able to select your subjects as part of your online enrolment. All students undertaking either a single Law or a double Law degree program must enrol in the subjects prescribed by the School of Law for their first year of study.

You do not need to enrol in seminars for your subjects in Autumn session. All 1st year Law students will be allocated to a POD group and provided with an Autumn timetable. Your Autumn timetable will be sent to your UOW email account in mid-February.

Autumn Session (1)

Spring Session (2)

  • LLB1160 - Interpreting the Law
  • LLB1170 - Law of Contract B
  • LLB1180 - Criminal Law and Procedure B
  • LLB1197 - Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility

You will be able to select your subjects as part of your online enrolment. All students undertaking either a single Law or a double Law degree program must enrol in the subjects prescribed by the School of Law for their first year of study.

You do not need to enrol in seminars for your subjects in Autumn session. All 1st year Law students will be allocated to a POD group and provided with an Autumn timetable. Your Autumn timetable will be sent to your UOW email account in mid-February.

Autumn Session (1)

Spring Session (2)

  • LLB1160 - Interpreting the Law
  • LLB1170 - Law of Contract B
  • LLB1180 - Criminal Law and Procedure B
  • LLB1197 - Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility

Yes. If a student has completed at least one session of study (under their current degree) they are eligible to apply to change their campus of study. To do so, a course transfer form will need to be completed (which are subject to approval). Students who would like to study one or more law subjects at another campus may submit an online Subject Addition Form (which are subject to approval). But, not all upper level LLB subjects will be available at our South Western Sydney campus in Liverpool in 2020. They are being introduced as our first cohort advances through their LLB. By 2021 all core subjects will be available at our South Western Sydney campus.

 

Students should seek advice from their other course/degree to find out what is possible with respect to studying non-Law subjects in South Western Sydney.

Please see the School of Law Head of Students (Wollongong), Dr Kylie Lingard, who will be able to help you with enrolment, degree planning and progress, as well as information on other aspects of the University rules and regulations (e.g., academic advice, course transfers, etc.). Appointments are made through Business and Law Central where all enquiries should be directed in the first instance.

From the moment I stepped on to the campus at Liverpool I was made to feel very welcome. There are so many facilities and support networks available to all students to help you in all areas of your course.Eleni SkourticBachelor of Laws - Bachelor of Business