January 19, 2021
Why do we need a master's degree in law?
There are several reasons that force applicants to create more work for the admissions committee of law faculties.
The first reason - the labor market does not stand still, demanding from specialists new knowledge and competencies within the framework of their profession. When choosing candidates for a particular position, employers give preference to those who hold a master's degree in law.
The second reason, rather forced, arises when the bachelor's degree is not enough to obtain the necessary qualifications and work in the specialty. A master’s degree in law is required for many senior positions in government and local government, law enforcement and judicial authorities.
The third reason is the continuation of legal postgraduate education to obtain the degree of candidate of legal sciences and doctorate in law.
Apply to the AUCA LL.M. program! The LL.M. program provides the highest quality teaching and learning in small seminar settings to help students achieve their potential to the fullest. As a student of this program, you will be able to:
✔️gain knowledge of international and comparative law as well as develop skills to become
a competitive lawyer;
✔️learn from renowned American, European, and Central Asian professors with practical
✔️become a part of a vibrant international, multi-disciplinary learning community in the
American liberal arts tradition;
✔️enjoy numerous study abroad and dual degree opportunities with partner universities
(Indiana University McKinney School of Law, USA; Mykolas Romeris University,
Lithuania; European Humanities University, Lithuania; University of Arizona, USA);
✔️take part in the world’s most prestigious international law competitions, conferences, and
other academic as well as professional events;
✔️immerse yourself in a stimulating student-centered learning environment with access to
state-of-the-art technological and library resources;
✔️prepare for Ph.D. or S.J.D. studies and a successful career in the field of law both in
Central Asia and at the international level.
For more information, please consult the following sources:
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