Law student

Bachelor of Laws (Combined Law)

Five or six years full time
UAC codes: 513805 (Arts/Law), 513810 (Commerce/Law), 513815 (Economics/Law), 513820 (Engineering/Law), 513825 (Science/Law)

This course allows you to study the Bachelor of Laws in conjunction with another degree. Your first three-year degree (or four-year degree for Engineering) covers the first year of the Law course and you then finish the last two years of your law studies at Sydney Law School. The Bachelor of Laws will satisfy the undergraduate academic requirements needed to apply for admission as a solicitor in New South Wales, and opens doors to legal and other careers in a myriad of government, non-government and commercial roles.

The Bachelor of Laws may be combined with the following degrees:

E12 ATAR (or equivalent IB score): 95.00

Refer to other degree that is combined with law.

Assumed Knowledge:
Refer to other degree that is combined with law.

Selection criteria:
This year, no interviews will be held for E12 Law. Applications will be assessed on the basis of E12 application inclusive of principal's recommendation.

Faculty support

  • E12 Hotline, open mid-January, to assist with enrolment enquiries.
  • Welcome session for students and parents or support people at the Dean's Welcome
  • Access to peer mentoring scheme
  • Access to peer assisted learning support scheme
  • Morning tea with the Dean once a semester in first year