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What's the difference between the Bachelor of Laws and the Bachelor of Commerce majoring in Business Law?

The Bachelor of Laws is the academic qualification required to practise as a lawyer, including providing legal advice and appearing in a court of law. The Bachelor of Commerce (Business Law) gives you the knowledge and skills relevant to legal matters in business, such as identifying potential legal issues and risks in an organisation.

Updated 05/09/2022 03.35 PM