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The well-known Bond University Juris Doctor program



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Bond has strong links with Canada and has been training Canadian lawyers for over 20 years. There are currently over 150 Canadian students studying law at Bond University and an active Canadian Law Students’ Association. There is a rapidly expanding group of Bond Law Canadian alumni working as partners and senior practitioners in Canada and worldwide.

 To hear one Canadian’s Bond law story, view hear:

Niki talks about why she chose to move from Canada to study law at Bond, what she thinks of the campus and what she tells her friends and family back home about Australia. Professor Lee Stuesser talks about support for Canadian students as well.

The Juris Doctor program is the preferred legal qualification with which to enter the legal profession in Canada. Entry to the JD is restricted to graduate students. The Juris Doctor comprises 24 subjects in total, all being law units, with 19 of the units being compulsory. Bond has three intakes per year, January, May and September. Students are able to apply anytime and the LSAT is not required.

Did you know…Bond University offers four Canadian content law courses within it’s law program. These courses have received NCA approval. The law school subjects include: Foundations of Canadian Law, Canadian Constitutional Law, Canadian Administrative Law & Canadian Criminal Law and Procedure.

Learn more information regarding the JD program at the UPCOMING FREE WEBINAR SESSION with Stuart Floyd from Bond University on WEDNESDAY 1 MAY 2013.

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Interested in applying to Bond University or studying abroad for law? Applications are still being accepted for the next intake of  September 2013 and January 2014 through KOM Consultants.