This page lists the units that we offer within particular specialist areas of law. The units listed here are often available to study in more than one of the specialist degrees and diplomas offered by the Law School. Details about which units can be studied for credit toward which specialist degree program are available on the website for each specialist program. Most of the units listed here can also be taken for credit toward the LLM, GradDipLaw and MGlobL. More details are available on the website. This summary is a guide only. Please seek advice from the Sydney Law School for more information.

Units of Study
Anti-Terrorism Law
Child Sexual Abuse: Diverse Perspectives
Crime Research and Policy
Criminal Justice Internship
Criminal Justice: Development in Prevention and Control
Criminal Liability
Criminal Procedures
Death Law
Discretion in Criminal Justice
Environmental Criminology: Space and Place
Explaining Crime
Explaining Punishment
Forensic Psychology
Indigenous Peoples and Criminal Justice
International and Comparative Criminal Justice
Mental Illness: Law and Policy
Policing Australian Society
Regulating Global Crisis
Risk, Fear and Insecurity
White Collar and Corporate Crime
Young People, Crime and the Law
Please note that only units of study highlighted are being offered this year.