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 Charles Sturt UniversityBachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Criminal Justice

Start an exciting career helping other with your legal skills with this double Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree from Charles Sturt University. 

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 Australian Catholic UniversityGraduate Diploma in Australian Migration Law and Practice

Take the first step towards a rewarding career as a migration agent with this Graduate Diploma in Australian Migration Law and Practice course from Australian Catholic University. 

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 Deakin UniversityMaster of Laws

The Master of Laws is a comprehensive course focusing on international commercial law and corporate regulation, preparing students for leadership roles in a variety of legal careers.

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 Deakin UniversityJuris Doctor

The Juris Doctor is designed to equip non-law graduates with the knowledge and practical skills needed for careers in the commercial law sector.

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 UniSA OnlineBachelor of Criminal Justice

Gain a sound understanding of the criminal justice system and do your part to help keep our community safe when you undertake an online Bachelor of Criminal Justice led by UniSA Online. 

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About Law

Lawyers are renowned for being well-respected and well-paid, so it’s no surprise that in 2013 the UK’s Telegraph found the level of job fulfilment for lawyers to be especially high. While fulfilment may not be an issue once you land a job and start to work on cases, finding the job itself may be a different story.

Landing a legal position has been quite a competitive business of late, but the tide looks to be turning. As Lisa Gazis, managing director of Mahlab Recruitment, said recently in Lawyers Weekly:

‘As the economy improves, demand for lawyers with skills in areas such as corporate and commercial law, restructuring, infrastructure and major projects, commercial litigation, employment law, commercial property development, insurance law and regulatory and compliance law, as well as energy and resources, will provide opportunities.

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