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Postgraduate Law courses in Australia 2014-15

Postgraduate law courses are intended for individuals who have successfully finished law and wish to pursue a specific field of expertise in the subject. There are several subtopics in the practice, such as criminal law, civil law, tax law, property law, contract law, international law, etc. Students can still practice all these other fields but will be honed more to become widely competent in the area they choose.  

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