Career Planning Research Elective (5334LAW)

In this course students will participate in three modules exploring: 1. The job market for law graduates: exploring career paths and options available to law graduates; what are employers looking for?; 2. CV writing and interview skills: recognising transferable employability skills; in addition to CV writing, building a professional profile (including digital profiles such as LinkedIn); the importance of networking; 3. The likely impacts of artificial intelligence and other disrupters on the world of legal work. Also considering the impact of AI on the recruitment process itself. Students will attend a one day seminar for each of these topics, scheduled in weeks 2, 5, and 8 of the trimester, and hear presentations by the convenors and guest lecturers. Students will then undertake a piece of assessment for each of the three modules. Prerequisite: 1031LAW Foundations of Law OR 1011LAW Law and the Modern State

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Band 3

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