“When choosing my degree, I was young, naive and full of false expectations, here’s what I have learned”, that may be the words of law students in Europe, America or those whose legal and judicial systems are more advanced than in other country.
1. Career prospects
A Bachelor of Laws is a highly respected degree but the prospects of a graduate are not guaranteed by the university. Law offices and councils have reduced the number of trainings and also some law firms have canceled staff recruitment. Moreover, law graduates are not guaranteed to become rich. High-income people think that lawyers are paid without thinking that lawyers are actually being paid for what they do.
2. Need to read a lot
Many have opinions on why reading a lot, but no opinion on the scary story of a law school student who spends all day and all night in the library, because that’s what really happened, got to read a lot. And sometimes among students it turns out that they miss home, so be prepared to study for a long time as a law faculty student.
3. Hard work, smart work and organized
The workload will be easier if law students are able to organize and focus on work efficiency. Plan ahead and prioritize work, while reading, focus on the final result and learn the laws of how to apply them properly during exam time. Speed reading can also be done, having an opinion on the facts and legal principles of … Read More