Curtin Law School
Our courses are designed to prepare students for a career in law, taxation or business, and aim to develop practical work-ready skills alongside deep discipline knowledge and analytical techniques.
Choose from a range of courses:
Undergraduate courses and specialisations
Postgraduate courses and specialisations
- Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
- Graduate Certificate in Taxation Practice
- Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (PLT)
- Master of Taxation
- Master of Philosophy (Masters by Research)
- Doctor of Philosophy
The Curtin Law School is fortunate to be richly endowed with industry and professional connections. Our Advisory Board members, including the Hon Chief Justice Peter Quinlan SC, share their knowledge and experience to help shape course content, create learning opportunities and ensure your course remains relevant to the legal profession. Curtin Law School follows the same industry-connected ethos of Curtin Business School, drawing on deep industry connections to create real-world learning opportunities for our law students.
Curtin University has a Law School campus in Perth’s Central Business District within an existing 1912 heritage listed building located at 57 Murray Street.Read more
Our school advisory board helps shape our courses and research for the benefit of students and industry alike.
Contact information for Curtin Law School staff.
Practical Legal Training
Curtin Law School offers a complete pathway to legal practice, through the Practical Legal Training (PLT) course.
The John Curtin Law Clinic aims to enhance the education of Curtin law students and improve access to justice through supervised professional experience. The Law Clinic offers services to eligible clients in a clinical legal education environment.
The Curtin Tax Clinic (CTC) aims to assist unrepresented taxpayers in meeting or complying with their taxation affairs. The CTC is the first clinic of its kind in Australia offering students, under the supervision of experienced tax practitioners, the opportunity to engage in case work directly relevant to their chosen career in taxation.