Law (LLB) M100

The course Law from the University of Southampton Is designed to develop analytical and problem-solving skills among the students. In today’s world law can be found in every transaction and interaction such as business, civil, and social.

MBA Management of business administration

Law is a rule made by an authority in the form of principles and regulations, legislations, customs, and policies which can be enforced through judicial decisions. The program provides in-depth knowledge of the law, critical thinking, and excellent communication skills. The scope of the law as a career is increasing as the opportunities are expanding in the field of law firms, corporate houses, law agencies, administrative services, etc.

What is this course about according to the writing?

The module helped us to read an article critically, take notes and develop arguments for and against based on contemporary current affairs.
The writing helped the students to analyze the impact of law in their day-to-day lives and consider the differences between the social, moral, and legal duties of an individual.

What will I learn in this course as per the writing?

As per the writing, in this course, I will learn about the six core modules that include different disciplines such as managing financial and HR for sustainable business, managing strategy, business simulation with professional development, operations, and others. This assignment represents that I would be able to learn much about myself as well as form a broad range of competencies and qualities.

How will it help students in their future according to the assignment?

Along with this, the assignment focuses on the critical analyses of the relationship between morality and legality. During the course, we were taught about how the law is formed, the authorities responsible to frame the law, and their applications in different aspects of society.

As per the assignment, what is the different career scope for students while studying this course?

The module covers different areas of law namely, commercial, property, criminal, civil, administrative, family, torts, etc. Understanding of how the law is applied by the court and judges while pronouncing decisions and their impact on the parties of the suit was developed with the help of writing. Along with this, during the course, the students were required to attend moot courts, participate in moot court competitions, present their cases, research the leading cases of the world, and brief their opinion on those cases. To conclude, the course and the activities involved in it helped the students to sharpen their legal knowledge and analytical skills.

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