This information is correct as at 6/10/16 but is subject to change.

Course Code Units (#) Course Name
LAWS5121 2 Family Law
LAWS5131 2 Planning Law
LAWS5138 2 Competition Law
LAWS5144 2 Introduction to Taxation
LAWS5162 2 European Union Law
LAWS5163 2 International Trade Law
LAWS5165 2 Jessup International Law Moot
LAWS5167 2 Asian Legal Systems
LAWS5180 2 Clinical Legal Education
LAWS5183** 2 Research Project A
LAWS5206 2 Copyright Law
LAWS5215* 2 Civil Procedure
LAWS5217* 2 The Legal Profession
LAWS5219 2 International Organizations
LAWS5227 2 Law of Political Institutions
LAWS5231 2 Human Trafficking & Migrant Smuggling Working Group

* These courses are compulsory for students seeking admission to the legal profession.

** Students that have completed #32 of LAWS courses with a GPA of 5.7> and who wish to undertake a research project should contact the School (Email: tcbeirne@law.uq.edu.au) by 13/1/2017 for Semester 1 or 1/6/2017 for Semester 2.

Course Code Units (#) Course Name
LAWS5124 2 Human Rights Law
LAWS5130 2 Succession Law
LAWS5136 2 Commercial Law
LAWS5153 2 Private International Law
LAWS5154 2 Public International Law
LAWS5160 2 Maritime Law
LAWS5180 2 Clinical Legal Education
LAWS5183** 2 Research Project A
LAWS5216* 2 Law of Evidence
LAWS5220 2 Personal & Corporate Insolvency
LAWS5221 2 Advanced Private Law
LAWS5224 2 Special Topic B - Corporate Governance
LAWS5228 2 Privacy Law
LAWS5231 2 Human Trafficking & Migrant Smuggling Working Group
LAWS5182*** 2 Special Topic A
LAWS5225**** 2 Special Topic C

* These courses are compulsory for students seeking admission to the legal profession.

** Students that have completed #32 of LAWS courses with a GPA of 5.7> and who wish to undertake a research project should contact the School (Email: tcbeirne@law.uq.edu.au) by 13/1/2017 for Semester 1 or 1/6/2017 for Semester 2.

*** This course is offered in Intensive Mode and is capped at 40. Special Topic A will be – Seminars on Mass Incarceration. Students who will be in their final year are invited to apply by submitting their studies report and a one paragraph statement of interest to Victoria Hullena by 5pm Friday, 19 May 2017. Refer to the Proposed Intensive Timetable – Semester 2, 2017 for dates this course may be taught. 

**** This course is offered in Intensive Mode and is capped at 70. It is offered in TP6. Special Topic C will be – Contemporary Issues in Health Law and Ethics.

The following is a proposed list of courses that may be taught in Summer Semester in intensive teaching mode:

Course Code Units (#) Course Name Proposed Dates
LAWS1112 2 Law, Justice and Society1 27, 29 November; 1, 4, 8, 11, 13, 15, 18 December
LAWS4114 2 Advanced Research2  
LAWS5224 2 Special Topic B – Roman Law3 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20 December
LAWS5225 2 Special Topic C – Sports Law3 29 November; 1, 4, 6, 8 December
LAWS5182 2 Special Topic A – European IP Law and Practice4 22, 24, 28, 30 November; 4 December
LAWS5233 2 Transnational Perspectives in Law5 By application only
LAWS5229 2 Special Topic D – Comparative Chinese Contract Law3 28, 30 November; 17, 19, 22, 24 January
LAWS5172 2 Advanced Jurisprudence3 7, 11, December; 5, 10, 12, 15 January

1 Not available to LLB(Hons) students who commenced in 2017. This course is capped at 100 enrolments.

2 Capped at 40. Available to LLB(Hons) students only. Taught in the standard semester.

3 Capped at 50.

4 Capped at 35. Taught in TP8. See Important dates for teaching periods and medical rotations for information regarding teaching periods.

5 Enrolment restricted to 12. Call for ‘Expression of Interest’ will be sent in May. Taught in TP1. See Important dates for teaching periods and medical rotations for information regarding teaching periods.