Why study Law?

Various career options

A degree in Law studies will be on high demand in many career paths, such as  conveyancer, solicitor, barrister, company secretary and many other. However, if you changed your mind and do not want to work at legacy area, a degree in Law can still be useful in many career path which are not directly related to Law, such as Data analyst, advice worker, human resources officer, Civil Service administrator and many others. You career path depends on your specialization, interests and work experience.

Graduates with a degree in Law can sometimes stay in the country where they have studied - for example, in Australia graduates can pretend for a residency if you find a job which will correlate with your education.

Transferable skills

Besides skills that can be only useful in legacy area, graduates holding a degree in Law receive a lot of transferrable skills which will be useful for everyone - for example, research and analytical skills, presentation skills, teamwork, excellent oral and written communication skills, problem-solving skills, working with formal documentary skills - and strongest knowledge background in Law, which is extremely useful for any citizen who wants to know and defend their rights.

Practical education

Usually program structure in Law includes a variety of internships, trainings, some universities encourage students to participate in part-time legacy volunteering. A lot of students spend a year abroad studying and training. Thanks to all of this, graduates holding a degree in Law have a clear idea of their duties right after  their graduation from the university.

Although studying Law is challenging, a degree in this area is a great boost in your future career.

2022-01-14 10:18:17
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