No, but people are claiming that she dosen't have a law degree, when its just flat out wrong.
I might be wrong, but you can only get a JD (juris doctor, or law degree) in Law School. I went to Georgia State and they have an excellent law school and if you want to be a lawyer, that's where you go to get your degree.
Unless Mary went to law school, she didn't get a law degree.
you would be right. Last time I checked though, Tasmania is part of Australia. In AUSTRALIA you don't do a degree afterwords. Your law degree (the law schools are all part of the university itself, not seperate) is awarded after five years.
I don't know how many times it needs to be repeated by the Australians. Mary has a law degree.
Since she choose to use a different part of her degree, she never became a lawyer, but that does not negate the fact that she has that law degree. Using examples from America or England are irrelevant, as we have very different education systems.