When it comes to pursuing higher education in foreign universities, the conventional approach has been to go for the technical courses such as MS and the focus would be more on computer and electronic related streams. But with globalization happening and many other markets opening up, there has been an increase in the demand for other courses too. And here is one such course which is quite prominent.
This is the law course and demand has been increasing for undergraduate law programs in foreign universities. The focus is more on areas such as business, human rights, politics, international relations etc. there is also demand for environmental law, property law, maritime law and law of the European Union. Amongst all, it is the Bachelors of Law ie LLB which is commonly accepted across many universities in the world.
There is also the concept of 'Law School' in countries like America wherein law is taught as part of mainstream undergraduate education. Factors such as environment, social sciences etc are focused and these undergraduate programs are called as Law In Context or Law And Society. These courses enable the students to pursue their academic subjects along with the concept of Law.
Another system of learning Law is the 'Black Letter' law degree wherein the students focus entirely on the subject of law in their undergraduation. This is usually high in areas such as criminal law, law of tort, legal procedure etc. These kind of courses revolve around case histories, significant judgements, legal precedents and others. This is one of the most popular of all the undergraduate programs.