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What are graduate attributes?
Graduate attributes are the characteristics and qualities, skills and capabilities possessed by students by the time they complete their law degree at UTS.
Find out more, explore each graduate attribute.
Download the UTS: Law Graduate Attributes brochure.
Why do we have them?
Because being a successful law graduate in today's world requires more than just knowing the law and how to apply it.
Graduates need to be:
- able to think critically, to analyse information and its source, to behave professionally and to manage work and life priorities in an effective manner.
- ready to thrive and survive in a workplace that is more technologically dependent and rapidly changing than ever before.
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Why are these attributes are essential to legal study and practice?
Find out why, listen to interviews with UTS: Law graduates.
How were the 10 UTS: Law graduate attributes developed?
UTS surveyed successful graduates in the early stages of their career across a wide range of professions, to identify their top capabilities.
UTS: Law applied the attributes framework devised at the University level and tailored it to law, embedding it in our course structure, subject activities, and assessment.
How can you develop your graduate attributes?
The UTS Law Student Society (LSS) competitions and inter-varsity competitions provide an ideal place for you to hone your graduate attributes in practice.
Find out about the competitions you can get involved in as a UTS: Law student.