Information for Students from India
In 2006, the Bond University Bachelor of Laws (LLB) became one of a small group of Australian law degrees recognised by the Bar Council of India for the purpose of professional admission. Students from India will join a faculty which is multinational in character and includes ethnic Indians from Canada, Fiji and Malaysia as well as Australia. Indians interested in studying at Bond are invited to contact Priya Kamineni.
Bond Faculty of Law has also signed a cooperation agreement with Gujarat National Law University.
Recognition of LLB in India
The conditions for the recognition of our LLB by the Bar Council of India require that a student will have an undergraduate degree in another discipline. In addition, as per the requirements of recognition, students must undergo a 3 year regular course of study. Following graduation, students must pass an examination prescribed by the Bar Council of India to make them eligible for enrolment as advocates in India.
Note that the recognition rules issued by the Bar Council of India are subject to change.
Which Law Program Should I Take?
In order to be enrolled as an advocate in India, students should complete the LLB program as it is the only Bond law degree recognised by the Bar Council of India.
How can I fund my studies?
Indian citizens can fund their Bond University degree in a variety of ways. Click here for more information.