Top Bachelor of Laws Programs in South Africa 2019/2020
By earning an LLB, individuals are able to certify to current and future employers that they possess a comprehensive understanding of the analytical and critical thinking skills that are needed by someone in the field of law.
An LLM allows you to legally arbitrage tussles in any field of career specialization. A Master of Law gives wealth of knowledge, most people who graduate from this degree can specialize in any field of legal defense.
A country situated to the southern tip of Africa, South Africa has a rich culture that you will never get enough of while touring or studying here. The languages here include Afrikaans and English, as well nine other official languages. The campus life of the vast South African University, University of Johannesburg or any other university will be mind blowing. You will love the tropical climate and interacting with other students from South African and from around the world
All ourqualifications areaccredited by the CouncilofHigher Education (CHE) andrecognized bythe Law Societyof South Africa (LSSA), the General Council of the Bar (GCB) and
All our qualifications are accredited by the Council of Higher Education (CHE) and recognized by the Law Society of South Africa (LSSA), the General Council of the Bar (GCB) and all local and international employers of law graduates or legal professionals. Our academic staff is experienced, dynamic, and passionate about ensuring excellence in their teaching, research, and community engagement endeavors.
Our students have consistently recorded good performances at regional and international mock trial/moot competitions - which testifies to the quality of the legal education they are receiving at Fort Hare.
The study of Law on our East London campus will ensure that students have easy access to the courts, law firms, and other important law-related institutions - where they can work part-time, serve as volunteers, or simply attend to observe the law in action....
The purposes of the LLB degree are to equip the student with a reflective understanding of the law so as to enable the student to apply the law in the competent and effec
The purposes of the LLB degree are to equip the student with a reflective understanding of the law so as to enable the student to apply the law in the competent and effective provision of legal services to the community.
The minimum period of study for the degree is four (4) years (although it may be reduced to two (2) years if a BCom (Law) or BA (Law) degree has already been completed).
The successful completion of the LLB degree may grant access to LLM studies.
Attorney in the private sector
Advocate in private sector
Prosecutor (Magistrates’ Courts), State Advocate (High Courts)
Corporate legal advisor
State legal advisor
Master of the High Court
Registrar of various institutions (Companies and Intellectual Property Commission, Deeds Office, Patents, and Trademarks office)
Office of the Family Advocate
Positions at the South African Law Commission
Positions at the Human Rights Commission
Positions at international organizations eg. the UN/ILO etc