The University of Melbourne

Master of Laws (LL.M. by Coursework)

Die 1853 gegründete University of Melbourne ist Australiens zweitälteste Universität.  Dementsprechend renommiert und bekannt ist sie als eine der bedeutendsten Forschungsuniversitäten im asiatischen Raum. Ihre Master of Law / LL.M. Programme bieten den Studierenden die Möglichkeit, sich in ganz unterschiedlichen Bereichen der Rechtswissenschaften zu spezialisieren.

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Name des Programmes
LL.M. by Coursework

Melbourne Law School

39.424 AUD

12 Monate

Februar, Juli

Sprachnachweis (Minimum)
IELTS: Gesamtpunktzahl 6.5, kein Teilbereich unter 6.0
TOEFL: Gesamtpunktzahl 79, mit Writing 21, Speaking 18, Reading 13, Listening 13

8 Wahlpflichtkurse (elective units)

Wahlpflichtkurse (Electives)
Accounting for Commercial Lawyers; Administrative Law in the Age of Rights; Administrative Law in Commonwealth Countries; Advanced Construction Claims; Advanced Construction Contracts; Advanced Corporate Taxation; Advanced Litigation; Advanced Restrictive Trade Practices; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Anti-Discrimination Law at Work (formerly Discrimination and Dismissal Law); Australian International Taxation; Avoiding and Managing Construction Disputes (formerly part of Avoidance, Management and Resolution of Construction Disputes); Banking and Debt Recovery in Asia (formerly Debt Recovery in Asia); Bargaining at Work and Industrial Action; Capital Gains Tax: Problems in Practice; Commercial Dispute Resolution in Asia; Commercial Law in Asia; Company Takeovers; Comparative Companies Law in Asia; Comparative Law; Competition Regulation of Mergers; Constitutionalism in Asian Societies; Construction Contracts; Construction: Principles into Practice; Consumer Banking; Copyright Law; Corporate Governance and Directors' Duties; Corporate Taxation; Current Developments in Negligence Law; Current Issues in Tax Avoidance; Cybercrime; Cybersecurity Law; Defamation Law; Derivatives Law and Practice (formerly Derivatives Regulation); Designs Law and Practice; Developing Countries and the WTO; Effective Written Advocacy; e-Health Law; Electronic Commerce Law; Equity and Commerce; European Legal Systems; Event Management Law; Expert Evidence; Family Law; Film and Television Law: Production, Distribution and Financing; Financial Services Law (formerly Licensing Financial Services Providers); Fiscal Reform and Development (formerly Tax and Development); Foundations of Medical Law (formerly Medical Law: Common Law Obligations of Health Professionals); Free Trade Agreements; Fundamentals of Islamic Law; Fundamentals of the Common Law - intensive; Fundamentals of the Common Law - semester-length; Global Health Law; Goods and Services Tax Principles; Human Rights and Global Justice; Human Rights and the Use of Force; Human Rights Litigation and Advocacy; Human Rights, Gender and Religion; Infrastructure Delivery A: Principles and Practice; Intellectual Property in the Digital Age; International and Comparative Labour Law; International Commercial Arbitration; International Construction Law; International Criminal Law; International Environmental Law; International Human Rights Law; International Humanitarian Law; International Institutions; International Issues in Intellectual Property; International Law and Children's Rights (formerly International Law on the Rights of the Child); International Law and the Use of Force; International Legal Internship; International Oil and Gas Transactions; International Peace and Security Law (formerly Law of Peace Operations); International Trade Law; International Trade Remedies in the WTO; Interpretation and Validity of Patent Specifications; Introduction to United States Sports Law; Islamic Law and Politics in Asia; Law and Development; Law Firm Strategy and Structure; Law of Secured Finance (formerly Securities for Corporate Lending); Law, Medicine and Ethics; Legitimacy and the WTO; Liability for Pure Economic Loss; Licensing Law and Technology Transfer; Managing Clients; Managing Resources and Processes; Market Power and Competition Law; Mediation Theory and Practice; Mineral Law (formerly Mineral Exploration and Production Law); National Human Rights Monitoring; Native Title Law and Practice; New Directions in Law and Economics; Patent Law (formerly Patents and Trade Secrets); Patent Practice; Personal Property; Principles of Government Law (formerly Principles of Public Law); Principles of International Law; Principles of WTO Law (formerly World Trade Organisation: Basic Principles); Privacy Law; Privacy, Celebrity and the Media; Professional Indemnity Insurance; Project Finance; Proof in Litigation; Protecting Rights; Regulating Individual Work Relationships (formerly Employment Law); Regulating Working Conditions (formerly Labour Relations Law); Regulation and the Law; Regulation of Securities Offerings; Remedies in Construction Disputes; Researching Labour Law; Rights and Liabilities in Construction (formerly Construction Claims); Securitisation; Sports Labour Law; Sports Law: Entities and Governance; State Taxes and Duties (formerly Stamp Duties); Taxation Administration: Penalties, Prosecutions and Ethics; Taxation of Business and Investment Income A; Taxation of Business and Investment Income A; Taxation of Business and Investment Income B; Taxation of Consolidated Groups; Taxation of Remuneration; Taxation of Small and Medium Enterprises B; Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism; Trade Mark Practice; Trade Marks and Unfair Competition; Trade Unions and Freedom of Association (formerly Unions and Industrial Action); Transnational Commercial Litigation; International Taxation in its European Context; United States Securities Regulation; US Corporate and International Tax; Workplace Health and Safety

Master of Laws (LL.M. by Coursework)