Law is the practical and ethical application of justice.
law and paralegal studies degrees in SA
for overall quality of educational experience, teaching quality, and student support.*
- practical legal topics required for admission to legal practice embedded in degrees
- professionally accredited degrees
- first year students get a head-start with the Law School’s transition programs
- new students mentored by current law students
- internationalised degrees with topics held in overseas countries such as China, Indonesia and India
- flexibility to combine degrees or transfer between them
- Legal Advice Clinic offers free legal advice to community
- Centre for Crime Policy Research provides research and policy advice on crime and the justice system to the community
Hear from staff and students
“Unlike most other Australian law graduates, ours don’t actually need to do a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice in order to qualify as a lawyer. At Flinders our law degree already provides those skills,” says Law School’s Dean, Professor Kim Economides (pictured). Read about some of our trailblazers like Elliott Johnson QC and Bibi Sangha.
* Experience of current undergraduate students as rated by Quality Indicators in Learning and Teaching (QILT). Source: University Experience Survey accessed 6/6/2016.