La Trobe School of Law begins Public Interest Law Postgraduate Program

La Trobe University School of Law in Victoria, Australia, began a Public Interest Law Postgraduate Program in February 2006.

The units of the Public Interest Law -- "Issues in Public Interest Law" and "Current Issues in Consumer Law and Policy" -- are open to students of the Master of Laws programs at La Trobe, or can be taken by interested professionals.

Comments


Related Law Schools

Melbourne, Australia 32 Followers 19 Discussions

More LLM News

University of Chicago Now Offering Three-Year JD / MBA

Oct 03, 2019

More LLM News

LLM Articles

An LL.M. in New York City: Why the Big Apple is a Great Place to Study Law

Oct 11, 2019

From the myriad top law schools to the ability to mingle with some of the countries’ most influential lawyers, New York offers it all

LL.M. Applications: What to do When You’ve Been Waitlisted

Sep 09, 2019

“Waitlisting” candidates is a growing trend, but there are many concrete steps that an applicant can take to improve their chances of admission to a top LL.M. course

LL.M. Programs in California: From Hollywood to the Redwoods

Aug 15, 2019

With beautiful deserts in the south and towering forests in the north, it’s no surprise that the diverse state of California is the number one in America for international students.

More Articles

Related Top 10 Lists

More Top 10 Lists