Legal Education 

Legal education is the education of individuals who intend to become legal professionals or those who simply intend to use their law degree to some end, either related to law (such as politics or academic) or business. It includes:

  • First degrees in law, which may be studied at either undergraduate or graduate level depending on the country.
  • Vocational courses which prospective lawyers are required to pass in some countries before they may enter practice.
  • Higher academic degrees.

In addition to the qualifications required to become a practicing lawyer, legal education also encompasses higher degrees such as doctorates, for more advanced academic study.

NAIAS directly, or through a joint ventures with various universities are offering specialized programs for lawyers and attorneys. The majority of these programs are post graduate certificate programs. We are also able to mentor, and in certain situation also facilitate LLM or PhD  studies through accredited Colleges and Universities. 

For further information on LLM and PhD studies please contact our Postgraduate Studies Coordinator. 

         

    

PROGRAMS

   

Legal Investigation for Lawyers  
Victims Advocacy
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Torts
Contracts
American Legal System
Canadian Legal System
British Legal System
Business Law

Emigration Law

Psychology for Lawyers 
        
  

Mgr. Peter Straka

Postgraduate Studies

Coordinator

  

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