FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN LEGAL STUDIES provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the legal system, legal principles, and legal reasoning. These courses are essential for students pursuing a career in law or related fields.
The objectives of legal studies is to provide an understanding of the law and legal system: Legal studies aim to provide students with a broad understanding of the law and legal system, including the structure and organization of legal systems, the role of different legal actors, and the principles and values that underpin the law.
Enhance critical thinking and analytical skills: Legal studies encourage students to develop critical thinking and analytical skills by analyzing and interpreting legal materials, including statutes, cases, and legal opinions. Students learn to evaluate legal arguments and identify legal issues.
Develop communication and advocacy skills: Legal studies aim to improve students’ communication and advocacy skills, including the ability to articulate legal arguments.
UG PROGRAMS: LLB
PG PROGRAMS: LLM
COURSE DURATION: 2 days
Practicing as a lawyer: After completing legal studies, one can become a practicing lawyer and represent clients in legal matters. This includes civil, criminal, corporate, and other areas of law.
Judicial services: One can also choose to become a judge by clearing the relevant examination and becoming a part of the judicial services.
Corporate law: Legal graduates can work in corporate law firms and provide legal advice to companies and businesses on issues such as contract law, employment law, intellectual property law, and mergers and acquisitions.
Government services: Graduates in legal studies can also join the government services and work as legal advisors, public prosecutors, or in other legal roles in various government departments.
Legal research and writing: Legal graduates can work in research firms or think tanks and provide legal research and writing services to clients.
Legal journalism: One can also pursue a career in legal journalism and work for newspapers, magazines, or news channels.
Academia: Legal graduates can also opt for a career in academia and become professors or lecturers in law schools and universities.
- Lectures 7
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes