Executive Education at Monash Law
Monash Law's Executive Education program helps individuals, legal firms, government departments and other organisations develop the legal skills they need to succeed.
Do you want to develop your skills in a specific legal field? Enrol in one of Monash Law's Executive Education units.
Designed for lawyers and non-lawyers, our Executive Education units offer you the benefits of in-depth legal knowledge without the requirement to take on a full course load or complete assessment.
You'll learn from outstanding academics and leading experts in their fields, as well as international guest lecturers.
Choose to take your classes online or in our dedicated postgraduate Law Chambers in the heart of Melbourne’s legal precinct.
Your choice of unit may also be eligible for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.
What can I study?
Please see the upcoming 2020 units currently offered as part of our Executive Education program below.
There will be no formal assessment when taken as an Executive Education unit. You will not receive a grade for the unit. Please note: You will be unable to use the unit as credit towards another qualification.
Fees (2020 / 2121)
- Domestic students: $3,262.50
- International students: $4,175.00
How to apply
Submit your application online here.
Please note: Executive Education units are referred to as 'Single Units' on the application form.
- Domestic students: 1800 MONASH (1800 666 274)
- International students: +61 3 9903 4788
Upcoming Executive Education units (2020)
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Unit Dates||Unit Coordinator|
|LAW5315||Commercial Alternative Dispute Resolution||22, 29 Jul & 5, 12 Aug||Ms Anne Sutherland Kelly|
|LAW5319||Law of Employee Relations||23, 24, 27, 28 Jul||Ms Lucy Line & Mr Mark Rinaldi|
|LAW5431||International Entertainment law||28, 29, 30, 31 Jul||Professor Geoffrey Scott (International Guest Lecturer, Pennsylvania State University)|
|LAW5304||Overview of International Human Rights Law||31 Jul & 3, 13, 14 Aug||Associate Professor Heli Askola|
|LAW5452||Private Investment Law||3, 5, 10, 12 Aug||Professor Stephen Barkoczy & Ms Tamara Wilkinson|
|LAW5443||Language, Communication and Legal Process||17, 24, 31 Aug & 7, 14 Sep||The Hon Professor Peter Gray AM|
|LAW5352||Digital Workplace Law||24, 28, 31 Aug & 4 Sep||Professor Marilyn Pittard|
|LAW5457||Forensic Evidence: Law, Science, Medicine and Technology||25, 27 Aug & 1, 3 Sep||Dr Jamie Walvisch|
|LAW5312||Competition Law||7, 14, 21, 28 Sep||Dr George Raitt|
|LAW5316||Trade Marks and Commercial Designations||8, 10, 15, 17 Sep||Dr David Brennan|
|LAW5649||Law in the Age of Artificial Intelligence||16, 17, 22, 23 Sep||Associate Professor Janice Richardson|
|LAW5438||Current Issues in Sports Law||29, 30 Sep & 1, 2 Oct||Mr Paul Czarnota|
|LAW5421||Managing High Conflict Personalities in Legal Disputes||21, 22, 23, 24 Sep||Mr Bill Eddy (International Guest Lecturer, High Conflict Institute, USA)|
|LAW5398||Transnational Labour Law||6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22 Oct||The Hon Alan Boulton AO|
|LAW5317||Principles of Privacy and Freedom of Information||6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29 Oct||Professor Moira Paterson|
|LAW5356||Corporate and White Collar Crime||7, 9, 12, 14 Oct||Professor Liz Campbell|
|LAW5470||Exposing Failures and Wrongdoing: Royal Commissions and Public Inquiries||17, 18, 24, 25, 31 Aug & 1 Sep||The Hon Stephen Charles AO QC & The Hon Marcia Neave AO|
|LAW5417||Children's Rights in International Law||19, 21, 26, 28 Oct, 2, 4 Nov||Professor Paula Gerber|