The ANU College of Law offers outstanding postgraduate programs in Law for both law and non-law graduates. In addition to the Master of Laws (LLM) by coursework, we offer specialist programs in International Law; Environmental Law; Government and Commercial Law; Law, Governance and Development, Security Law; Migration Law, and Legal Practice. Most of these programs are offered at Masters and Graduate Diploma level.
As one of leading law schools in the world, the ANU College of Law draws upon the high calibre of its staff and its unique location in Canberra to support programs that focus on contemporary issues in law. A feature of our courses is their capacity to engage students with ANU College of Law experts and research leaders, as well as academics from related fields across ANU, government and the private sector.
All our coursework programs are flexible, allowing students to study full-time or part-time, and most classes are taught in an intensive 3 or 4 day format, or via online delivery. Extensive use is also made of online student support systems allowing for lecturers and students to interact beyond the classroom and where ever they may be around Australia or the world.
We encourage you to join our world-class, collegial learning environment.
Dr Kath Hall
Director, LLM Program
Dr Kath Hall is an Associate Professor at the ANU College of Law. Kath is an experienced academic, having worked in universities in Australia and overseas. Kath has also published extensively on the psychology of corporate misconduct and student wellbeing. In particular, Kath's research demonstrates a strong theoretical and practical understanding of the complexities involved in regulating global corporations and law firms.
In 2012 Kath was awarded a Fellowship at Harvard University's Edmond J Safra Center for Ethics to support her work on psychology and corruption.
In the ANU College of Law Kath teaches Corporations Law, Transnational Anti-Corruption Law and Corporate Governance. She is currently working on a number of research projects in this area including one on the global privatisation of anti-corrption regulation.