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Introduction to Law

Law is one of the most respected courses in the world, it is a demanding and rigorous journey to be in the legal sector.  So, what is Law? Law is an understanding of a great area of human life, society, human rights, rules, policies, businesses, economics, environment, politics and many more. As a law student you will experience dissecting, analyzing and tackling the most challenging problems human face in their daily lives.

To be in a Law degree, there are core courses that students are expected to take part in and stages need to be accomplished in order to pass the degree. The courses take part in seminars, meetings, lectures, group work, assignments, placements and many more.

Why are Lawyers important?

Lawyers are important because they are to protect the citizens from their legal problems. They help organizations, businesses and individuals for greater good. All human beings are equal, therefore when a person is accused of a crime, he or she will have the opportunity to prove himself or herself that they are innocent and that is with a lawyer’s help. On the other hand, citizens need legal advises on decisions and actions in order to execute them as some might have some conflict of interests and more.

Becoming a lawyer does not just have the duty to help their client to be proven innocent, there are also lawyers who help people with immigration statuses. Which service nowadays are also sought after.

What skills are required for a Law degree?

Communication: Lawyers are we are all familiar with from many shows we have seen such as Suits the series we binged watched, are very good with their communication. They are articulate and can think on their feet. Good public speaking skills are essential especially if one is trying to get juries favor.

Judgement: Lawyers make a lot of judgements into their day-to-day job, therefore they need to be able to consider every corner before they make a judgment even if the information is limited.

Analytical: There will be a lot of times that lawyers will receive a great amount of information, therefore they have to be able to analyze these and narrow in down into reasonable conclusion that will benefit them.

Research: To be a lawyer you need to be good with research skills. You need to be able to find the right assets for your clients needs in order for them to win.

People: Being in the law field you need to make as many connections as possible. Having connections is one of the most useful assets as a lawyer because you can get help from the right places when you need them.

What can you do with a Law degree?

There are many paths you can take if you decided to take a Law degree. There are legal and non-legal careers that can be taken which leaves a wide range of options for Law degree graduates to choose from.

Private Practice:  Many lawyers work as solo practitioners, for themselves or for small boutiques. Many also work in firms that require lawyers around the world and they usually start as associates and work their way to become partners.

Government: Working for the government as a lawyer is also one of the most popular path to take for law students. Most legal government agencies have legal councils they rely on regarding legal matters.

Politics:  Some graduates will also end up being part of the political process as a legislative representative.

Higher Education: Some lawyers also would choose teaching law to universities to share their knowledge while being an active lawyer.

Financial: Law school graduates may also choose to work for banks, brokerages and insurance companies.

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