10 Apr 2018

Master of Law

Like most academic degrees, the law program starts with compulsory core courses, and more opportunities to choose law topics tailored to a particular career path later on. Teaching is conducted through a combination of lectures, seminars, group work, presentations, class debates and ‘mooting sessions’ – practical law training in a courtroom setting to help students master important legal skills such as research and analysis, public speaking and argument formation. Some may also provide students with the chance to work pro bono (voluntarily) with real-life clients, as a way to gain invaluable experience and gaining legal skills that will help when applying for positions later on.

About International Law
In today’s increasingly globalised world, legal problems are now not limited to

countries and often involve regional and international treaties and laws, so it is essential that practitioners comprehend how the global legal system works. Law is no longer something that is unique to each country, and there is significant demand for lawyers that understand this. International law is the set of rules generally regarded and accepted as binding in relations between states and between nations.It serves as a framework for the practice of stable and organized international relations.

Criminal Law and Criminology:
Student study Criminal Law, Criminology, Scientific Police, Scientific Discovery of Crimes, jurisprudence, Civil Liability, Exclusive Penalty Rights, Criminal Jurisprudence Texts, International Criminal Law, Criminology and other subjects for their capacity building.

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