Occupational Profiles of the Graduates

This program of study is based on our belief that the objectives of a Department of Law are not strictly limited to forming lawyers capable of performing before the court, but also comprehend, on one hand, the integration of graduates in other productive sectors of economy, such as companies, banks, the Civil Service etc, and, on the other, the general role played by the Science of Law in forming a mature society. Graduates will hold substantive legal knowledge and key transferable skills valued highly by employers. Law graduates are highly employable in a wide-range of careers: legal profession; public and private sector administration and management; advisory services; ancillary legal professions; legal enforcement and regulation services; business, banking, insurance and financial services; primary, secondary and tertiary education.