Jan. 12, 2010
Melbourne Law School wins gold medal!
Melbourne Law School secured the Gold Medal in the Australasian Legal Business (ALB) Service Provider Awards. The ALB Magazine’s inaugural Service Provider Awards highlight the best service providers in the business – as chosen by the very legal profession they serve.
Melbourne Law School was the first to teach law in Australia, and has been providing lawyers and in-house counsel to Australian companies and law firms for generations.
Outgoing Dean Professor James Hathaway says, ‘This is a faculty at the vanguard of legal education, firmly committed to offering Australia’s most globalised programme of instruction.’
Melbourne Law School is the only Australian member of the London-based Centre for Transnational Legal Studies – a joint venture of ten leading international law schools – and the only Australian member of the Association of Transnational Law Schools (ATLAS), a consortium of international universities.
Professor Hathaway says that Melbourne Law School will continue to initiate changes to ensure that it remains at the pinnacle of legal education in Australia, while taking its place as one of the leading law schools in the world.
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Content added on 12th January 2010.