Commercial Law

Commercial Law means the law that governs business activities. All businesses use commercial law to create wealth, and to identify and mitigate risks.

Where can Commercial Law take you?

A Bachelor of Laws graduate can become a commercial lawyer. A Bachelor of Commerce graduate who has majored in Commercial Law (depending on the other business subjects studied) could become a financial accountant, financial adviser, investment consultant, foreign policy officer, receiver, regulator or business policy adviser. An academic career specialising in commercial law is also a possibility.

Useful online resources

Occupation Outlook

Occupation Outlook is a great tool for exploring study and career options, with extensive information on labour supply and demand in over 100 occupations in New Zealand. It outlines how to enter each role, how many are studying in related fields, how many are employed, and what the average incomes are. It also outlines the prospects of getting a job in that occupation once you have the necessary qualifications.
Visit Occupation Outlook - Financial advisers

Accounts and Tax Agents Institute of New Zealand (ATAINZ)

ATAINZ promotes the welfare and professional development of its members and represents their interests in New Zealand.
Visit Accounts and Tax Agents Institute of New Zealand (ATAINZ)

CPA Australia

Information about the benefits of becoming a CPA.
Visit CPA Australia

Career View

Information on careers and employment (such as Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations) relevant to NZ university students and graduates.
Visit Career View

Human Resources Institute of New Zealand (HRINZ)

HRINZ are committed to helping shape the future of the HR profession, which means HR students are really important to them. Here you will find all the information about student relevant services and offerings.
Visit HRINZ

Inside Careers

Inside Careers are specialists in business careers in the UK. Information on career sectors such as Actuaries and Intellectual Property.
Visit Inside Careers