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.

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