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This programme is developed for practitioners, by practitioners, and focuses on developing technical and practical proficiency through innovative learning methods.
The learning objectives and criteria for assessment of learning outcomes are directed to professional, effective, and practical presentation of work, oral and written communication skills, demonstration of relevant content knowledge, demonstration of relevant practical knowledge, higher-order thinking, with advanced and integrated application of professional knowledge and skills.
Satisfactory completion of this program will contribute to an advanced and integrated understanding of a complex body of legal professional knowledgeof the chosen subjects in the program.
With this Course You Will:
- Advance your knowledge towards specialised and integrated understandings about the subject in its respective fields
- Deepen and/or broaden your existing professional knowledge and skills for application in legal practice.
- Develop expert, specialised cognitive and technical skills to analyse critically, reflect on, and synthesise information and concepts.
- Solve complex legal problems and support decision-making and to interpret and transmit knowledge, skills and ideas to specialist and non-specialist audiences.
Why Choose BAC College Singapore?
Established in 1996, BAC College Singapore (formerly known as ITC School of Laws) offers a wide range of pre-university, and articulation to degree programmes. We provide our students a great educational experience, along with graduate recognition and mobility. Well known for our innovative teaching methods, we offer students an exceptional educational journey, with the choice to graduate from over 25 UK universities that are affiliated to the BAC Education Group.
In line with our mission of providing quality education that meets international standards, we are consistently lauded for our excellence in the field. We have received consecutive awards of the prestigious 4-year Edutrust, and voted the Gold standard for the JobsCentral Learning TED Awardrs in 2017.
How Do I Get In?
- A recognised Bachelor of Laws qualification; or
- Other private or foreign Bachelor of Laws qualifications will be assessed on a case-by-case basis; or
- A recognised Post Graduate qualification
- To be at least 20 years of age, and above
English Language Proficiency
- At least IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 or PTE Academic 50
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This subject aims to produce practicing lawyers with adequate knowledge of the body of procedural law in Malaysia that sets out the rules and standards for the civil courts when adjudicating civil actions. In this module, you must demonstrate an understanding of the application of these provisions and relevant procedure which governs the various aspects of civil procedure.
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Criminal Law Practice (Malaysia)
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- ethical rules relating to advocacy
- general principles of good advocacy
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