LLB Third and Fourth Years
At the 300-level you are required to pass two compulsory 300-level law courses and eleven courses chosen from a range of 300-level electives (or twelve electives if you passed LAWS 301 in 2010 or earlier).
The two compulsory 300-level courses are:
Select your other 300-level courses from the list of electives.
It is preferable to pass all 200-level law courses before you enrol in LAWS 301 and LAWS 312.
Whether you can enrol in electives depends on the stage you are at in the LLB and the trimester in which the courses are offered. See
- Selection criteria to 300-level electives in trimester 1 and 2
- Selection criteria to 300-level electives in trimester 3
To select the electives consider the following:
- If you want to qualify for admission to practise law, LAWS 334 Ethics and the Law is a compulsory elective.
- Check the Undergraduate Law Prospectus for the nine categories from which to choose courses that will give balance to your Law degree.
You are strongly recommended to take no more than four electives in one trimester. LLB students who combine courses with another degree are not permitted to go over the maximum of 80 points per trimester.