Bachelor of Laws

Bond University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Undergraduate
CRICOS: 00017B

The Bachelor of Laws, in conjunction with the Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (GDLP), will prepare you for a career as a legal professional. Studying law will provide you with a thorough understanding of key legal topics including criminal law, property law, climate law, corporate law, and more. With the option to specialise in a specific area, including the world-first climate law and legal transformation double majors, you can choose from a wide range of electives and tailor your qualification to your interests and ambitions.




  • LAWS11-105: Legal Foundations A (10CP)LAWS11-106: Legal Foundations B (10CP)LAWS11-107: Foundations of Private Law (10CP)LAWS11-108: Foundations of Public and Criminal Law (10CP)LAWS11-201: Contract Law A (10CP)LAWS11-202: Tort Law (10CP)LAWS11-203: Criminal Law (10CP)LAWS11-204: Property Law A (10CP)LAWS11-216: Constitutional Law (10CP)LAWS11-217: Contract Law B (10CP)LAWS11-218: Property Law B (10CP)LAWS11-310: Corporate Law (10CP)LAWS11-313: Equity (10CP)LAWS11-317: Administrative Law (10CP)LAWS11-318: Evidence (10CP)LAWS11-325: Civil Dispute Resolution (10CP)LAWS11-326: Legal Profession (10CP)

Standard entry requirements

Australian Year 12 qualification or equivalent Selection Rank


The course satisfies Priestley Eleven requirements. It is recognised by legal professional bodies in all Australian states and territories and overseas, but note that further study may be required before admission.

Study pathways

Diploma of Legal Studies.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
Gold Coast International: $172,800 Yes
  • Full-time : 2.8 years

Further information

The Bachelor of Laws may be combined with other Bond degrees. Popular combinations include: Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of International Relations (Business), and Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology). Students who have already completed an undergraduate degree in a discipline other than law would normally apply for the postgraduate professional qualification, the Juris Doctor.

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