Crossing Borders Programmes
What are crossing borders programmes
The College of Law crossing borders programmes are designed to assist your career development - by developing the specialist knowledge and skills needed to practise across borders in your chosen practice areas and by assisting your admission in multiple jurisdictions.
Admission as a Malaysian Lawyer
Master of Laws (Applied Law), majoring in Malaysian Legal Practice.
Admission as a New Zealand Lawyer
Master of Laws (Applied Law), majoring in New Zealand Legal Practice New Zealand Law and Practice Examination Preparation Course.
ASEAN CROSS-BORDER LEGAL PRACTICE
"I have learned a lot from the course over the last few months and am already putting these skills to practical use at my firm."
What Learning Resources Are Available
Everything you need for the course in one location
You can find all course resources on the Learning Portal - your course materials, assessments and your readings for each week are all available on the one online learning resource, so there is no need to look elsewhere.
All materials, exercises and assessments are written with a practical rather than purely theoretical focus and are designed to help you build and improve on your skills in addressing problems in practice – not just to test your understanding of legal concepts.
Active learning environment
To help ensure your learning is as efficient and engaging as possible, there are regular opportunities in every subject to participate and engage in active learning activities: automated online exercises; conference discussions; and webinars with your lecturer and the other members of your class.
Support, feedback and guidance from your lecturer
Over the course of the semester, your lecturer, an expert in their practice area, will be on hand to help guide you through the material, provide you with feedback on how you are tracking and support you through the course.
Access to our extensive online library
As a student, you will have access to online resources, including legal databases, such as LexisNexis, Westlaw and CCH.
Conferences held via webinar
Your lecturer will hold regular conferences via webinar, which you can attend from your desk. This offers a great opportunity to discuss subject content with your peers and expert lecturers and to check on your progress in the subject.