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    On-Campus Course Programs in Civil Law Studies

    What is Civil Law?

    Civil law is a branch of law that focuses on the rules and regulations concerning private relationships between individuals. This area of law covers contracts, property, family law, and tort law. A degree in civil law can be obtained from many different types of schools, including both traditional and online universities. Graduates of civil law programs are equipped with the skills necessary to analyze and resolve legal disputes. Work is available in various settings, including law firms, corporations, and government agencies.

    Why is studying Civil Law important?

    Studying civil law provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to navigate the legal system. It also gives an understanding of the principles governing private relationships between individuals.

    Law courses explore such ubiquitous topics as commercial law, regulatory theory and intellectual property, to name a few. Many of these specializations entail coursework that discusses regulatory problems and trends involved in their specific industry.