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The compulsory curriculum in the Bachelor of Laws degree was reviewed in 2018 and students from 2019 will be required to complete 15 compulsory units and 14 elective units + 3 Business electives to complete the degree program. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is available and will be assessed in accordance with TOP's RPL policy and procedure, and LLB RPL guidelines
The 15 compulsory units include the ‘Priestley 11’ and units required for practice and registration in NSW. Each semester a range of elective units are also offered to complement the areas of knowledge and legal skills gained in compulsory units.
Fully Accredited Degree
The program of Sydney City School of Law is fully accredited by the Commonwealth Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and the NSW Legal Practice Admissions Board.
* Note: Each unit (core and elective) is worth 6 UOC
Total UOC: 24
*** Exit LLB with Practical Legal Training option in another institution
Students are advised to complete their units in the correct sequence as outlined below in the progression table:
Elective units may be chosen to complement or supplement areas of compulsory legal knowledge.
Elective units may vary according to the course review.