Deakin Law School

The Deakin School of Law operates at Geelong, Melbourne and Warrnambool campuses.

The School of Law commenced in the early 1990's. The school teaches Bachelor of Laws to undergraduate students and a range of postgraduate programs. The law programs at Deakin have an orientation towards commercial law, with practical and theoretical training through small group lectures and tutorials. Students can elect to study towards their degree both on-campus and off-campus.
Auses of Deakin University.

The School of Law commenced in the early 1990's. The school teaches Bachelor of Laws to undergraduate students and a range of postgraduate programs. The law programs at Deakin have an orientation towards commercial law, with practical and theoretical training through small group lectures and tutorials. Students can elect to study towards their degree both on-campus and off-campus.

Publications
The Law School has two publications in which academics, students, members of the judiciary and practising lawyers are invited to contribute.
* Deakin Law Review
* Deakin Commercial Law Journal

Deakin Law Students' Society
All Deakin University law students, whether at Burwood, Geelong, Warrnambool or off-campus, are represented by the Deakin Law Students' Society (DLSS). It was formed on the Geelong Campus in 1993, and with the growth of the School of Law, it expanded to the Burwood Campus. The role of both chapters is to offer law students the opportunities to get the most out of their time at university.

Both Chapters have their own committees which run independently from each other. Both committees do however share funds, information and procedures.

The Deakin Law Students' Society is an active member of the Australian Law Students' Association (ALSA), a founding member of the Victorian Council of Law Students’ Societies (VCLSS) and the Victorian Women Law Students' Collective (VWLSC).



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