Combining the Bachelor of Law with other specialties
Jurisprudence is often closely related to other areas of economic activity, therefore, in some universities, there is a practice of training in any specialty while simultaneously completing a two-three-year law bachelor's degree course.
The most common combinations are
- Bachelor of Arts with a Bachelor of Law degree.
- Bachelor of Commerce with a Bachelor of Law degree.
- Bachelor of Communications with a Bachelor of Law degree.
- Bachelor of International Relations with a Bachelor of Law degree.
In most countries, a graduate with an LL.B. diploma is provided with greater opportunities for a further legal career.
Perspectives for a certified Bachelor of Law
In most countries, a person who has received a Bachelor of Laws degree cannot immediately start independent legal practice. The bachelor must register with the Bar Association of the respective state. Registration involves several conditions, among which are the passing of examinations by an independent commission, as well as preliminary completion of an internship as an assistant lawyer, a legal assistant in an enterprise, a clerk in court, and so on. The duration of the internship is determined by the legislative acts of a particular state.
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