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In the United States and in Canada, a course is a single class. Students may be able to earn an academic credit by completing the course. In other countries and some parts of Canada, a course is actually a group of classes that are part of a degree program. What is a course in legal systems? There are a variety of courses in legal systems available, from introductory to more advanced studies. Most… Read more

In the United States and in Canada, a course is a single class. Students may be able to earn an academic credit by completing the course. In other countries and some parts of Canada, a course is actually a group of classes that are part of a degree program.

What is a course in legal systems? There are a variety of courses in legal systems available, from introductory to more advanced studies. Most courses cover topics such as government, politics and the judicial branch. Students may dig into the ins and outs of a variety of legal systems or they may focus more attention on a specific country’s legal system. They might explore law basics, how to read law, alternative dispute resolution, the legal profession and judicial diversity, restorative justice and punishment, and democracy.

Students may find they leave a course with strengthened abilities in writing and networking. They often can more easily read legalese and other dense documentation. These skills may help them advance in their careers or land a well-paying job.

Courses can vary in length and structure depending on the school and the program. These and other factors may impact the price associated with taking a course in legal systems. Do your research before enrolling in a course and contact the school for pricing information.

There are many career fields that benefit from individuals who have a deeper understanding of the legal field. If students already have a steady job, these types of courses could help them advance further in their careers. They may also prepare course attendees for positions such as a paralegal, legal secretary or court clerk. Such a course may also be beneficial to individuals interested in working in the public sector or in politics.

A course in legal systems is available through online study through many universities. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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University of Law SQE
London, United Kingdom

Start your legal journey with our new SQE Law Essentials course, the first step for non-law graduates who plan to progress to SQE1. This short online course will give you an i ... +

Start your legal journey with our new SQE Law Essentials course, the first step for non-law graduates who plan to progress to SQE1. This short online course will give you an introduction to the essentials of legal knowledge required for SQE1. This allows you to progress onto our SQE1 Preparation course (coming soon) and on to qualify as a solicitor. This course is subject to approval. -
Course
Full-time
10 weeks
English
May 2021
Online
 
University of Law Online Postgraduate
London, United Kingdom

Start your legal journey with our new SQE Law Essentials course, the first step for non-law graduates who plan to progress to SQE1. This short online course will give you an i ... +

Start your legal journey with our new SQE Law Essentials course, the first step for non-law graduates who plan to progress to SQE1. This short online course will give you an introduction to the essentials of legal knowledge required for SQE1. This allows you to progress onto our SQE1 Preparation course (coming soon) and on to qualify as a solicitor. This course is subject to approval. -
Course
Part-time
16 weeks
English
May 2021
Online
 
University of Law SQE
London, United Kingdom

Start your legal journey with our new SQE Law Essentials course, the first step for non-law graduates who plan to progress to SQE1. This short online course will give you an i ... +

Start your legal journey with our new SQE Law Essentials course, the first step for non-law graduates who plan to progress to SQE1. This short online course will give you an introduction to the essentials of legal knowledge required for SQE1. This allows you to progress onto our SQE1 Preparation course (coming soon) and on to qualify as a solicitor. This course is subject to approval. -
Course
Part-time
16 weeks
English
May 2021
Online
 

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