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Studying Law in Tasmania gives students access to the Tasmanian judiciary with many Judges, Magistrates and Lawyers being involved in the legal education. As one of the top 100 places to study law in the world, Tasmania offers a unique legal education experience with an additional focus on social justice and community service.

Tasmania is home to the fourth oldest law school in Australia. Founded in 1893, the faculty of Law in Tasmania is now a nationally and internationally recognised institution, ranking number nine in Australia and 61 in the world.

Being the only University in the State, the University of Tasmania is closely connected to and supported by Tasmanian judges, magistrates and legal practitioners.

Studying Law in Tasmania as an international student provides you with innovative, nationally-recognised support programs. These programs aim at providing practical academic support to help international students improve their results and get the most out of their law degree whilst studying in Tasmania.