Border Force officer
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A law degree combines the academic study of legal theory with applying law to real life scenarios. You’ll learn about criminal law, public law and company law as well as legal issues relating to topics such as property, the environment and human rights. The course equips you with the core knowledge and skills needed to go on to study to become a solicitor or barrister but is equally useful for any career where thinking logically and communicating clearly are important.
Demonstrate a solid understanding of legal principles, concepts, and terminology in relevant areas of law.
Develop the ability to analyze complex legal issues, identify relevant facts and laws, and make well-reasoned arguments.
Acquire proficiency in legal research, including the use of primary and secondary legal sources, databases, and research methodologies.
Enhance written and oral communication skills for effectively conveying legal arguments, drafting legal documents, and advocating in legal settings.
Develop problem-solving skills to address legal issues and provide practical solutions.
Learn how to analyze and interpret judicial decisions (case law) to understand their impact on legal principles.
Gain familiarity with the procedural aspects of legal systems, including court procedures, rules of evidence, and the litigation process.
Develop the ability to write clear, concise, and persuasive legal documents, such as legal memoranda, briefs, and contracts.
Collaborate effectively with colleagues, clients, and other stakeholders in legal practice.
Understand the importance of ongoing professional development and staying up-to-date with changes in the law.
Develop skills in negotiation, mediation, and oral advocacy for representing clients in various legal contexts.
Recognize and address issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the legal profession and within the legal system.
Familiarity with the use of technology in legal practice, including legal research tools, document management, and data security.
Courses Under This Faculty
Introduction to Law
Intellectual Property Law
International Human Rights Law
Human Rights Law
Philosophy of Law
Advanced Legal Writing
Legal Research Methods
Appellate Brief Writing
Employment and Labor Law
Negotiation and Mediation
International Business Law
Entertainment and Media Law