Corporate, Securities and Finance Law
The specialisation in corporate, securities and finance law is taught by Sydney Law School academic staff and members of the adjunct faculty, comprising eminent members of the legal community, including judges, solicitors and barristers. The international faculty program, which offers a number of intensive units of study in international corporate, commercial and tax law each year, provides students with the opportunity to study under some of the world's finest legal scholars. Past scholars visiting under the International Faculty program included Professor Deborah DeMott (Duke University); Professor Michael Furmston (University of Bristol); Professor Geoffrey Miller (NYU; Professor Kees van Raad (Leiden University); Professor H. David Rosenbloom (NYU); Professor Richard Speidel (Northwestern University).
Your study plan will depend on the master's degree or graduate diploma inn which you complete your specialisation. Please consult the Sydney Law School for advice.
An undergraduate degree in business, commerce, economics, law, taxation or other relevant discipline.
The specialisation is designed for legal practitioners, law graduates and non-law graduates who wish to upgrade their undergraduate qualification(s) for the purposes of career advancement within the field of corporate, securities and finance law or for those who require specialist legal knowledge in this field without the requirement to practice.
Camperdown campus and St James campus
Specialisation study mode