The Graduate Diploma of Laws is available to non-lawyers. It provides focused foundational knowledge and training of skills to prepare for further postgraduate study in law, or to provide training for individuals in allied professional fields such as in government, advocacy, or management or compliance roles in private and commercial settings. The level of preparation in the Diploma is more extensive than the Graduate Certificate of Laws as it requires students to complete additional electives, thereby enhancing their experience, focus, knowledge and capacity in a range of legal subjects. Completion of the Graduate Diploma of Laws enables students to articulate into further post-graduate level study (Juris Doctor, Master of Laws, Master of International Trade and Commerce Law or Master of International Law, Governance and Public Policy). KEY FEATURES Demonstrate understanding of foundational concepts and skills necessary for further study in law at a postgraduate level Develop appreciation of the broader context to which law and legal principles operate in an interdisciplinary, international and comparative perspective Apply advanced critical thinking and judgment in the recognition and resolution of legal problems Apply legal research and analytical skills to the identification of legal issues and resolution of specific legal problems Communicate clearly and effectively in both oral and written forms to specialist and generalist audiences Demonstrate the capacity for self-directed learning necessary for postgraduate study in law SUITABLE FOR Any non-law graduate who wishes to develop knowledge and skills for further postgraduate study in law, or who works in a non-law environment.
|Institution Name||Macquarie University|
|Campus Location||North Ryde|
|Course Duration||1 year|
|Course University||Macquarie University|
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