LLB Part I Planning

The LLB has a two-part admission process, LLB Part I and LLB Part II.

Code Title Points
LAW 121G Law & Society 15
LAW 131 Legal Method 15
LAW 141 Legal Foundations 15

LLB Part I students usually take LAW 121G in Semester One. Those who gain a B- (C+ for students applying under UTAS) or better in LAW 121G you can progress to LAW 131 and LAW 141 in Semester Two.

Entry into LLB Part II is calculated on the basis of your LawGPA which is a specially calculated (non-standard) GPA calculated from your results in the three Law courses in Part I, plus your most-recent, best 75pts from non-law courses. In this calculation, LAW 131 and LAW 141 are double weighted.

Find more information on how the LawGPA is calculated, eligibility and applying for LLB Part II.

LAW 121G is offered in both Semester One and Two of each year, whereas LAW 131 and LAW 141 are offered only in Semester Two.

Alongside the three LLB Part I courses, students enrol for five non-Law courses totalling 75 points as a foundation for your other bachelor’s degree. This includes one 15-point General Education Course.

If you’re unsure of your programme requirements, contact Student Hubs for degree planning.

Please note: Students must be active in the LLB Part I programme to enrol for LAW 131 and 141. These grade requirements may change each year.

Find more information about graduates applying for the LLB, applying for law transfer and general LLB degree planning and workloads.