The Bachelor of Laws (LL. B Honors) degree prepares students for professional employment in the criminal justice and legal systems. Our curricula consist of core courses that will prepare students for careers as lawyers, judges, scholars, academics, leaders in their own field, legal advisors and police officers.
For the Regular Students, 128 credits are needed to accomplish the LL.B program at this department.
Law is not just about rules & regulation. Law is also about rights, equity, justice & understanding of human behavior & society. Law graduates are capable of doing many important roles in various professions. Law should therefore appeal to those who want to develop both abstract thinking and practical problem-solving.