The Faculty of Law is involved in the University of Tasmania High Achiever Program. This Program provides high-achieving Tasmanian senior secondary school students with the opportunity to enrol in University units to complement and extend their TCE or IB studies.
The Faculty of Law encourages postgraduate students to consider themselves full members of the Faculty, while receiving excellent guidance from the Faculty's academic staff. For further details, including admission requirements and application procedures, please see the Faculty of Law Postgraduate Study page.
The University of Tasmania Law School warmly welcomes many international students. Today, a great number of students from many Commonwealth countries including Malaysia, Singapore and India undertake their legal studies at the University of Tasmania. Many complete their entire law degree at UTAS while others come on an exchange from universities around the world.
The Law Faculty offers a unique and innovative support program for international students. The objectives of the International Students Support Program (ISSP) are to assist international students to achieve their full academic potential and to ensure that their time studying in Australia is memorable. For more information please see the Faculty of Law's International Students site and the University's International Students site
It gives me great pleasure in my role as Dean and Head of School to welcome you to the Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania. Founded in 1893, the UTAS Faculty of Law is the fourth oldest Law School in Australia. It has had a proud tradition since that time and is now an internationally recognised Law Faculty with a world class ranking...read more
The Faculty of Law offered an elective in animal law for the first time over the 2014 summer semester. The ABC's Stateline report featured the new unit, watch the story.
The Faculty of Law warmly congratulates the UTAS Jessup moot team on their success and hard work.
Prof Warner has been awarded an AM for significant service to the law, particularly in the areas of legal education and reform and to the community. Read the full article from the Mercury online.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Law
4 November, 2013