The study of law will take you to the centre of many of today’s great social and political issues. Law is not something abstract or remote, it is the way that society, through institutions like Parliament, the courts, and administrative tribunals of many kinds, lays down its rules. Lawyers must be able to understand how the law is made and applied, and how it relates to the daily life of the community and the needs of individuals.
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Law is about the logical application of rules and the precise use and interpretation of language. This is why studying the law will help you to think, analyze, and to use words carefully and precisely. So a law degree is widely accepted as good training for later life whether or not your chosen career is the law. The rigorous training in logic, thought and drafting, as well as the inclusive discussion and interpretation of complex legal ideas with social and political themes, and major global issues, prepare graduates and postgraduates for a wide range of professions, including the judicial service, policymakers, researchers, corporate practitioners, lawyers, development sectors and civil service.
Students work through a combination of lectures, Presentations, seminar groups and written assignments. Students receive instruction in the research and writing skills required of a lawyer, and are given the opportunity to apply these skills as the course progresses.
Private study is much more important at university than traditional studies. Learning to use your time to best effect is an important part of your university education.
To emerge as a Center of Excellence in legal education at home and in the region.
To provide comprehensive legal education through rigorous classroom instruction and practical training in a supportive, dynamic and innovative learning environment with a view to enabling them to think independently and creatively, reason critically, act with compassion and respect others, while expressing themselves cogently and thereby preparing them as competent legal professionals to suit the needs of a dynamic world imbued with the spirit of public service and dedicated to pursue the highest ideals of law, justice and universal human rights.