There are many other law schools across Australia. The full list of Australian law schools and links to their websites can be found here:


Below, we will provide details for a few of these law schools.

ANU College of Law

Established in 1960, the ANU College of Law is located at the Australian National University, in Canberra, the capital city of Australia. This law school offers unique opportunities for connecting with Parliament and the High Court due to its location. The ANU College of Law is recognised internationally for its legal research.

Entry: The minimum ATAR required for 2018 entry was 98, for the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) which is a four-year degree.


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Adelaide Law School (at the University of Adelaide)

Founded in 1883, the Adelaide Law School is the second oldest law school in Australia. It is located in Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. Alumni include politicians like Julia Gillard (Australia’s first female prime-minister), Julie Bishop and Penny Wong.

Entry: There is a four-year single law degree (for high-school leavers). The ATAR requirement for 2018 was 95.15.


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TC Beirne School of Law (at the University of Queensland)

Opened in 1936, it was the first law school in Queensland. It is located in Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland.

Entry: the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) requires an OP 1 or ATAR of 99.


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University of Western Australia

The first law school in Western Australia, this law school was founded in 1927. It is situated in Perth, the capital of Western Australia.

Entry: This law school does not offer a Bachelor of Laws. On offer is the juris doctor, for graduates (you must complete a bachelor’s degree first to apply).


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University of Tasmania

The UTAS faculty of law was founded in 1893 and is situated in Hobart, capital of Tasmania.

Entry: To study the Bachelor of Laws degree, you will first need to complete a Bachelor’s degree. Entry is based on your academic performance in your first degree.


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University of Newcastle

This university if located in Newcastle, the second largest city in New South Wales and 162 kilometres from Sydney.

Entry: The minimum ATAR required is 89.25 for a combined Bachelor of Law (Honours) degree.


University of Wollongong

It is located in Wollongong, a coastal city in New South Wales that is 80 kilometres from Sydney.

Entry: An ATAR of 90 is required to study a Bachelor of Laws.

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