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Legal studies is an umbrella term that incorporates all the branches of law like civil, private, business, corporate, and international laws, to name a few. Legal studies provide a general understanding of the society's legal structure and help to settle disputes as well as punish the violators of law and ensure proper human conduct and healthy living.

Legal Studies is an interdisciplinary field that and deals with the relation between law and society. It draws from and is related to other disciplines like history, economics, sociology, and political science. Students pursuing this course gain a general understanding of the legal systems and legal processes prevalent, and how regulations are formed in society.

Legal Studies students can choose between different types of law qualifications and areas of specialisation depending on which career path they wish to pursue. Besides in-depth legal knowledge, they also acquire useful skills like language and communication, analytical thinking, and critical thinking.

Legal studies ensure the knowledge of human rights in addition to the system of protection of human rights in society. Students who pursue legal study courses can engage in a myriad of employment opportunities and specialise in a wide range of branches that fall under legal studies. Students who wish to pursue a career under legal studies have to clear certain entrance examinations like CLAT and LSAT in order to enter into several Global universities and NLUs.

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Study levels

Different types of law qualifications are available for interested students at different levels. The following are the study levels that fall under this subject area:
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Law
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Criminology and Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Law with Business
Master of Arts (MA) in Law
Master of Arts (MA) in Criminology and Sociology
LL.B.
LL.M.
M Phil in Legal Studies

Specialisations

Legal studies are a wide area of study and incorporate several branches of law, therefore providing several areas of specialisation. The following are some of the areas of specialisation that are offered under this subject area:
Business Law
Criminal law
Corporate and Financial Law
Law in Human Rights
International Trade Law

Throwing Caps

Anti-Terrorism Laws
Intellectual Property Rights
Diploma in Information Technology Laws
Taxation Laws

Agricultural and Environmental Law
Legal Rights and Responsibilities
International Humanitarian Law
Paralegal Studies

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Employability

The legal profession is one of the most promising career aspects. Legal Study is a broad field that opens up a number of career opportunities and job prospects for students. Individuals after getting a degree in a legal course can engage in employment opportunities in several law firms as well as practice as criminal lawyers, civil lawyers, or any other legal expert in rhythm with their area of specialisation.

The legal profession is a global career and individuals who pursue a career in this field can work as public prosecutors and as Attorney generals in several national as well as international courts. After gaining the necessary experience in the legal profession, an individual can engage in job positions as a judge and also open up their own firms generating employment opportunities for other law aspirants.

Legal Studies graduates can also work as legal advisors to several governmental as well as non-governmental organisations as well as corporate sectors. They further can also work in several reputable universities as law professors and render valuable services. Hence, the career in a legal profession is very broad and promising.

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    Job roles include:
    Lawyer
    Judge
    Law Professor/Teacher
    Mediator

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    Legal Advisor
    Legal Secretary
    Arbitrator
    Magistrate
    Investigator