Studying law leads to a wide range of professions. Once students have completed their studies and have obtained the Master’s qualification, they will have access to a wide range of opportunities, which are not restricted solely to the legal domain.
Studying Law enables access to courts and to a professional body of lawyers (bar associations), thereby presenting law students and graduates with a large pool of professions. Occupations which represent justice most symbolically include magistrate, lawyer, notary and bailiff. In addition, company lawyers are now highly sought after in both the private and public sectors due to the increasing complexity of the law.
This Master’s degree in Law is also one of the requirements in order to work for the Civil Service at local, regional, national, European and international level.