Charles Darwin University Law School

Charles Darwin University (CDU) Law School

Charles Darwin University (CDU) offers undergraduate degrees and pre-law programs through the College of Business and Law at their Waterfront campus and online. 

CDU Law School Entry Requirements

If you’re a high school leaver or haven’t been to university before, an undergraduate Bachelor of Laws is for you. University graduates can study a postgraduate Juris Doctor degree. To learn more about the different types of law degrees, see our Law Degrees Explained page.

CDU operates on a two semester calendar. A full-time study load is 8 subjects per year. Students can also enrol in a part time study load, which is 4 subjects per year. 

You can find information about the Bachelor of Laws here.

You can find information about the Bachelor of Laws (Honours) here.

You can find information about the Bachelor of Laws (Graduate Entry) here

Indigenous Support Centre 

The First Nations Student Services is the Indigenous Support Centre at CDU.

Law school contacts

Assistant Manager, First Nations Student Support: Annette Wilson
E: Annette.Wilson@cdu.edu.au

Assistant Manager First Nations Grants, Jazna Copus
E: jazna.copus@cdu.edu.au

Indigenous Student Support Officer, Charles Briston
E: charles.briston@cdu.edu.au

Project Officer Tutorial Support, Yasmin Crawshaw
E: yasmin.crawshaw@cdu.edu.au

Indigenous tutoring program

CDU offers the First Nations Tutorial Support Program for all First Nations students.  

CDU also offers the First Nations Academic Support program to provide assistance with student admission, court information, educational pathways and career opportunities.

You can download the CDU Scholarship Guide for all information about available scholarships, eligibility requirements and application processes. 

CDU does not offer a PLT program. 

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