LLM Programs in Criminal Justice / Criminal Law / Criminology - Australia and New Zealand

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Sydney, Australia 162 Followers 111 Discussions

Full-Time: LL.M., Master of Business Law, Master of Taxation (MTax), Master of International Law, Master of Health Law (MHL) more…

By Research: Postgraduate Research Programs more…

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Melbourne, Australia 32 Followers 19 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws, Master of Laws in Global Business Law, Master of Cybersecurity (Law), Master of Law and Entrepreneurship more…

By Research: Master of Laws more…

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Sydney, Australia 117 Followers 61 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of Laws (LL.M.) more…

By Research: Master of Laws by Research, Doctor of Philosophy more…

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Nathan, Australia 12 Followers 3 Discussions

Full-Time: Master of International Law Studies, Master of Australian Migration Law and Practice more…

Distance Learning: Master of International Law, Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice (MCCJ) more…

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Wollongong, Australia 12 Followers 1 Discussion

Full-Time: Master of Laws in Criminal Practice, Master of Fisheries Policy, Master of Maritime Policy, Graduate Certificate in Maritime Studies more…

By Research: Master of Philosophy (Maritime Laws), Doctor of Philosophy (Law), Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) (Law) more…

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Brisbane, Australia 12 Followers 12 Discussions

By Research: Master of Philosophy (Law), Master of Philosophy (Justice) more…

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