Postgraduate Applied Law Programs

LLM Applied Law Masters

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LLM (Applied Law)

If you are a practising lawyer looking to further your career or develop a practice, we have a range of subjects and practice area majors available in our fully
accredited, specialised master of laws.

Eight subjects are required to graduate with the LLM (Applied Law). Choose from majors and subjects in the following practice areas:

Dispute Resolution
Family Law
Commercial Litigation In-house Practice
Commercial Transactions Property Law
Estate Planning Wills & Estates
The LLM (Applied Law) is designed to enhance your on-the-job skills and give you the edge you need to take your career to the next level. All subjects are practical
and use realistic tasks and scenarios that lawyers encounter in practice. The LLM offers flexibility and easy access with online delivery, supported by regular
communication with lecturers.
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Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice (FDRP)

Are you interested in becoming a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner? An FDRP is an independent person who helps people affected by separation or divorce to
resolve their disputes. To become a FDRP, you must meet the requirements under the Family Law (Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners) Regulations 2008 and
apply for registration with the Attorney-Generals Department.

The Graduate Diploma of Family Dispute Resolution Practice (FDRP) is designed to meet the educational requirements leading to accreditation by satisfying the six
core competencies prescribed by the Attorney-General.

This course is primarily online with one-face-to-face workshop per subject, held in our Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney offices. It is designed to be intensive and to
enable you to satisfy the educational requirements required to become a FDRP within six months. In addition, you must complete the clinical placement before you
can apply for registration. You will need to attend face-to-face workshops on three occasions, plus complete online study. You can expect to spend around 10 hours
per week on study.

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Master of Applied Law (Family Law)

If you want to move into a specialisation in family law or build your existing family law practice, this program will provide the skills and knowledge you need to
advance to the next stage.

This eight subject program focuses solely on the practice of family law. It is undertaken primarily online, with one face-to-face workshop per semester and is
designed for busy working professionals.