Law Courses | Educartis

Law Courses

Are you interested in how power operates in society? Do you enjoy an intellectual challenge? You might want to consider studying law because you’ll find yourself weighing up evidence and theory to develop a strong argument. 

Clipboard variant with lists and checks24courses available
Diploma147leaners applied last year
Briefcase49job offers
Banknote85,816 KESaverage salary

Career options and possible career trajectory

LayersLawyer
LayersChartered Legal Executive
LayersParalegal
LayersTax Adviser
LayersConsultant

Recommended Competencies

  • Strategic thinking
  • Analytical thinking
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Perseverance
  • Research skills

Skills to learn next

  • Communication
  • Entrepreneurship

Does law involve studying a lot of theory?

While theory is a critical aspect of law, it is tied to case studies so it is rooted in real life examples. If you study law, does that mean you can only become a lawyer? Your studies will prepare you for a host of career paths in a wide array of fields, such as business, media, science, education, engineering and government. You could become a judge, a solicitor, a politician, a policy-maker, an academic or work in the public sector. What skills will you acquire? Studying law will equip you with a range of skills, including research, critical analysis, presentation and writing. Law graduates are highly appealing to employers because of the advanced skills they gain. Further avenues of postgraduate study are readily available to law graduates, because law degrees are highly respected. Combing a law degree with another field of study often produces individuals who become strong leaders in business and public office. Some of the world’s most influential people, from Barack Obama to Mahatma Ghandi, all studied law. Would you like financial stability from your career? Law graduates usually find employment relative easily and enjoy competitive salaries. Law can be very satisfying to study if you enjoy an intellectual challenge. As a career, it can be deeply rewarding because you can help bring about justice and change the world for the better.

Medium

Does law involve studying a lot of theory?

While theory is a critical aspect of law, it is tied to case studies so it is rooted in real life examples. If you study law, does that mean you can only become a lawyer? Your studies will prepare you for a host of career paths in a wide array of fields, such as business, media, science, education, engineering and government. You could become a judge, a solicitor, a politician, a policy-maker, an academic or work in the public sector. What skills will you acquire? Studying law will equip you with a range of skills, including research, critical analysis, presentation and writing. Law graduates are highly appealing to employers because of the advanced skills they gain. Further avenues of postgraduate study are readily available to law graduates, because law degrees are highly respected. Combing a law degree with another field of study often produces individuals who become strong leaders in business and public office. Some of the world’s most influential people, from Barack Obama to Mahatma Ghandi, all studied law. Would you like financial stability from your career? Law graduates usually find employment relative easily and enjoy competitive salaries. Law can be very satisfying to study if you enjoy an intellectual challenge. As a career, it can be deeply rewarding because you can help bring about justice and change the world for the better.