There are several ways to conduct research for your postgraduate degree at the Auckland Law School.
- Student research is normally conducted under a supervised project and is credited to a formal qualification.
- The PhD is a research-only based qualification, while the LLM and MLS can have a large research component in addition to taught courses.
- The PGCertLaw can only be completed via taught courses.
Read about our research-based qualifications and discover how research can be included in your degree:
Academic staff specialisations
Individual academic staff members can supervise students in their area of expertise.