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Entry to postgraduate law programs
Generally, you need to have a law degree already to be eligible to undertake a postgraduate law program, though some universities run bridging courses for non-lawyers.
Each law school’s entry, under the section Basic Admission Requirements, will tell you what they require for you to be eligible for admission to their postgraduate degrees.
English language proficiency is also usually a requirement.
In every law school’s entry the section called Admission Enquiries and Handbook Information will tell you who to contact so that you can check what their requirements will be for you.