Postgraduate study in Human Rights Law
What can you study in Human Rights Law?
For more information on a specialisation in Human Rights Law for the Master of Laws (LLM) or Master of Legal Studies (MLS) see postgraduate specialisations.
Human Rights courses vary each year and may include:
- LAWPUBL 725 Privacy Law
- LAWPUBL 730 Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in National Law
- LAWPUBL 732 Comparative Indigenous Rights Law
- LAWPUBL 736 Human Rights Litigation
- LAWPUBL 751 Special Topic: Litigating Human Rights - Law and Practice in Comparative Perspective
- LAWPUBL 774 Human Rights
- LAWPUBL 775 Human Rights Remedies
- LAWPUBL 776 Human Rights: Selected Topics
- LAWPUBL 777 Human Rights in Mental Health Law
- LAWPUBL 778 Issues in Search and Surveillance
- LAWPUBL 779 Special Topic: Counterterrorism and Constitutionalism
Explore the Postgraduate Human Rights Law courses.
Scholarships and awards
Each year the University of Auckland awards scholarships and prizes to thousands of students.
Find out about the scholarships you may be eligible for, search available scholarships or begin an application by visiting Scholarships and awards.
Help and advice
For general postgraduate student enquiries, please contact the Applications and Admissions Office.
Phone: 0800 61 62 65 or +64 9 923 1535 (outside New Zealand)
Or contact the Student Academic and Support Advisor Angela Vaai.
Phone: +64 9 923 8180