Law & Justice

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Study law and criminology in the heart of the legal district, or gain expertise in criminal justice or legal services at our western-suburb campuses – pick a path to justice at Victoria University.
Renowned mooting program
Renowned mooting program
Study in the city legal district
Study in the city legal district
Award-winning VU Block Model
Award-winning VU Block Model
Top 3% of universities worldwide
Top 3% of universities worldwide
#1 for employability
#1 for employability

Courses in Law & justice

VU Stories

Meghann Clark
Lucky in law
Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts
"VU is open, accepting, growing, embracing, and overall a really positive environment. The sense of community here is something that friends from other universities are truly envious of."
Meghann's story
Rawan Badawi
The two unique ways Rawan’s making her way in the law
Bachelor of Laws
"My internship at WEstjustice has given me exactly the kind of experience and confidence employers are looking for in the legal profession."
My internship at WEstjustice has given me exactly the kind of experience and confidence employers are looking for in the legal profession.
A creative approach to law
Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Arts
"I chose Victoria University because of its inclusion and diversity. I felt a sense of belonging and was moved by the amount of support I received from lecturers and students in the early days, when I needed it most."
I chose Victoria University because of its inclusion and diversity. I felt a sense of belonging and was moved by the amount of support I received from lecturers and students in the early days, when I needed it most.
Denis Nelthorpe.
What gives VU law students the edge?
CEO, WEstjustice
"We find the practical experience VU offers invaluable when seeking new employees because they’ve already demonstrated their capacity to undertake the work."
We find the practical experience VU offers invaluable when seeking new employees because they’ve already demonstrated their capacity to undertake the work.