Have you watched Law and Study Law Order and fell in love with the form of a lawyer showing off in the courtroom? It doesn’t mean that you enter the Faculty of Law, then you can solve all the problems, okay! This faculty divides the fields of law according to concentration, and the following are 5, among others.
This concentration must be selected if you want to become a notary. Yep, this is where you learn about the law that binds contracts and agreements. Therefore, you will meet courses in Customary Law in Development, Comparative Civil Law, Law of Disputes, Marriage Law, Family and Inheritance Law, Development of Civil Law, IPR Law, Banking Law, Contract Drafting, Capital Market and Investment Law, Economic Law, and etc.
If your goal is to become a lawyer, military prosecutor, police officer, or prosecutor, choose a Criminal Law concentration at the Faculty of Law. Even though the articles of the Criminal Code line up endlessly, this is where you learn about prosecuting criminal cases. The courses are also thick with criminal overtones, such as Criminology, Criminal Law, Victimology, Corporate Crime, Penology, Criminalistics, International Criminal Law, Human Rights Law Council, Criminal Law and Jurisprudence, Comparative Criminal Law, and others.
If you want to become a member of the DPR or head of the Constitutional Court, you must choose a concentration in Constitutional Law. Here you learn about the main provisions of the state, state institutions, including making laws. Courses in the concentration of Constitutional Law include Comparison of Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Capita Selecta of Administrative Law, Citizenship and Immigration Law, Law of the Constitutional Court Activities, and others.
State Administrative Law
Still related to State Administrative Law, State Administrative Law also controls the ins and outs of the country. As a distant relative, Constitutional Law is more focused on the administration and bureaucracy of the state apparatus, including development. In fact it is different from Constitutional Law, in the concentration of Public Administrative Law you will find courses in Personnel Law, Development Planning and Supervision Law, State Financial Law, Licensing Law, State Administrative Law in the Region, and others.
Yes, you can learn about International Law even if you are not majoring in International Relations. Even at this time it is very important to recognize the legal aspects between regions of the country due to the influence of globalization. International law also speaks when there are issues of extradition, deportation, or even asylum. So, in the concentration of International Law you will work hard with courses on International Law of the Sea, Research on International Legal Issues, Law of Eve and Space, Law of International Treaties, Law of International Organizations, and others.