Bachelor of Contemporary Music, Bachelor of LawsBachelors Double Degree
Students who undertake a double degree are candidates for both degrees and are able to complete the two degrees with five years of full-time study or part-time equivalent.
This double degree gives students the opportunity to gain an understanding of the law as it applies to the entertainment industry. Students study a broad range of music industry and music professional units, and can choose from a comprehensive suite of law electives.
The Bachelor of Laws (LLB) is a recognised degree for admission as a lawyer throughout Australia. Whatever their field of interest, the LLB will equip students with the intellectual, critical and practical skills needed in the professional practice of law.
Applicants who do not have the required entry mark are encouraged to apply for the Bachelor of Contemporary Music. If those students achieve the required grade point average during that course, they may then apply for transfer into the double degree.
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Demonstrate the intellectual and practical skills needed to identify, research, evaluate and synthesise relevant factual, legal and policy issues.
Apply legal reasoning, critical analysis and research to generate appropriate responses to legal problems.
Demonstrate an understanding of approaches to ethical decision-making and an ability to recognise, reflect upon, and respond to ethical issues likely to arise in professional contexts.
Demonstrate an ability to recognise and reflect upon the professional responsibilities of lawyers in promoting justice and in service to the community.
Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between law and sustainability.
|Knowledge of a discipline|
Demonstrate an understanding of a broad and coherent body of knowledge that includes the fundamental areas of law, the Australian legal system, and underlying principles and concepts, including international and comparative contexts, and the broader contexts within which legal issues arise.
Demonstrate an understanding of the international and comparative contexts in which legal issues arise.
Learn and work independently.
Reflect on and assess their own capabilities and performance, and seek and make use of feedback as appropriate, to determine personal and professional development needs and achievements.
Access, manage and evaluate sources of information relevant to legal research and practice
|Communication and social skills|
Communicate in ways that are effective, appropriate and persuasive for legal and non-legal audiences.
Collaborate effectively and constructively with others.
Apply an understanding of Australian Indigenous perspectives to all aspects of legal professional practice.
Law students can undertake voluntary legal experience and professional placement with legal firms or offices to complement their practical legal skills and become familiar with the issues facing working lawyers.
As part of the Bachelor of Contemporary Music many students perform at north coast entertainment venues, taking advantage of the region's rich music environment. Public performances are also part of the assessment process.
There are no majors in the Bachelor of Laws degree; however, a diverse range of law-based elective units is available.
The Bachelor of Contemporary Music offers a range of music industry and audio production units.
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The Bachelor of Laws fulfils the academic requirements for admission to the legal profession, but professional admission authorities require law graduates of all universities to complete practical legal training or similar to be eligible for admission. Students who intend to practise law outside Australia should check with the relevant country’s admission body to confirm their admission requirements.
We encourage you to apply for the courses you most want to study. If you are not eligible to enter your chosen course right now, our team will work with you to find the best pathway option.
Before applying, make sure you double check all entry requirements, gather required documentation and review the University’s Rules Relating to Awards, noting any specifics listed below.
Your course progression is in the recommended order you should complete your course in. It is important that you follow this to ensure you meet the course requirements. For further assistance see How to Enrol in Units using My Enrolment.
Students should use course progression information to select units specific to their course and enrol in these units using My Enrolment.
Attendance at a compulsory workshop is required.
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Level of learning||Notes|
|LAW00051||Legal Research and Writing||Introductory|
|MUS10501||Music Practice I||Introductory|
|MUS00620||Contemporary Music Theory I||Introductory|
|LAW10180||Law of Torts||Introductory|
|MUS10502||Music Practice II||Introductory|
|MUS10506||Music Industry Landscapes||Introductory|
|LAW10001||Contract Law I||Introductory|
|LAW10002||Australian Criminal Law I||Introductory|
|MUS00497||Introduction to Music Technology||Introductory|
|LAW10003||Contract Law II||Intermediate|
|LAW10004||Australian Criminal Law II||Intermediate|
|MUS10509||Sounds, Styles and Cultures||Introductory|
|MUS10508||Sound Theory and Recording Technique||Intermediate|
|LAW00520||The Philosophy of Law||Intermediate|
|LAW00114||Evidence and Civil Procedure||Intermediate|
|MUS10548||Sounds, Beats and the Home Studio||Intermediate|
|CAR10503||Arts Industry Studies||Intermediate|
|MUS10552||Advanced Recording Studio Production||Advanced|
|MUS10507||The Independent Musician||Intermediate|