Depends on whether you want to study at USYD more or you want to study law more.
If you transfer to UTS Communications/Law, it's probably a massive hassle to transfer back to USYD Law from there (not because of the difficulty but issues with credit recognition). Also, you definitely don't need a HD GPA (which is a 4.0/4.0 and that means you must get HD in every single subject you do) to externally transfer to USYD Law.
If you stay at USYD, you'll be attempting a transfer to undergraduate Law for 3rd year. At that point, I think you might as well do the JD degree (postgrad law) after finishing your undergraduate media and comm.
I feel that these are the advisable options:
- If you want to study law more than you want to study at USYD, just transfer to UTS Law. Not sure if it's worth transferring back.
- If you want to study at USYD more than you want to study law, finish off your comm & media degree at USYD. Then do the JD (postgraduate law).
But it's a decision for you to make. If you want to transfer to UTS Law and try to transfer back to USYD Law, it's obviously an option.