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UOW Law double degrees open a range of career opportunities in legal work and other industries. You can choose to specialise in Business or Commerce while learning practical skills that will help you excel in the highly competitive global workplace.

Why study Law at UOW

Foster a critical and questioning outlook when you study law at UOW. You'll widen your point of view and gain the skills needed in legal practice--and many other careers.

A law career means more than learning 'rules'. An understanding of the Australian legal system will enable you to resolve ethical and complex legal issues, connect with diverse groups of people and promote equality.

UOW law graduates are highly employable. Start your studies with us for a future of endless possibilities.

The best in NSW/ACT
The Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) ranked UOW in 2017 as the best university in New South Wales and the ACT for Law and Paralegal Studies.

Erin Piatek

The best thing about studying law at UOW was the sense of community. The lecturers were supportive, knowledgeable, and passionate. The tutorial groups were intimate and friendly and you really had the opportunity to get to know your teachers.

Erin Piatek Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws
Anna Zhou

The research and analytical skills I learned through my law degree have been invaluable. The flexibility that I found at UOW has helped me get to where I am today.

Anna Zhou Bachelor of Commerce/Bachelor of Laws

I chose to study at UOW South Western Sydney as I heard the culture is amazing. You can really find yourself. Everyone is so inviting and there's a laid-back feel, with many rooms for studying and a rooftop for BBQs and socialising.

Alexandra Bachelor of Business

A world-class education in Liverpool

The University of Wollongong’s South Western Sydney campus at Liverpool is where the region’s best and brightest can earn an internationally recognised degree—without having to travel. This campus is the first major university campus in Liverpool and builds on an already thriving relationship between UOW and the Great South West.

Opened in February 2017, the new campus occupies two floors in the Liverpool City Council’s Moore Street building. In the future, the campus will be moving into larger premises in Liverpool’s new Civic Place development, expected to be completed in 2020.

This campus represents a major, long-term commitment by UOW to the Liverpool region, with a vision to create a bustling, contemporary city campus home to over 7,000 students by 2030. Learn more »

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