ANU College of Law

ANU College of Law

Since 1960, ANU College of Law has stood as a leader in legal education and research, influencing public policy, inspiring law reform and addressing contemporary legal, social and political challenges. ANU is Australia’s national university and is ranked 15th in the world for the study of law (QS World Rankings by Subject, 2019/20).

ANU has a long-standing reputation for excellence in legal education. Across undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees, ANU College of Law equips students with a unique understanding of contemporary law, policy and practice.

As Australia's national law school, ANU offers students a range of opportunities that are unique to studying law in the nation’s capital — the city where federal laws and policies are made.

The university’s proximity to the High Court of Australia, Commonwealth courts and federal agencies offers students unparalleled access to legal practitioners, members of the judiciary and government policy makers, many of whom are ANU Law alumni.

The university offers a range of clinical courses and legal internship opportunities in Australia, Asia, the United Kingdom and the United States to allow students to put their legal knowledge into action and gain real-world professional experience during their legal education.

Contact details

Online enquiries: Future student enquiry form

Phone: +61 1800 620 032 or +61 2 6125 7257

Address: The Australian National University, Canberra ACT 2600 Australia

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