Bachelor Degree in Law

Yonsei University
South Korea
Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Study mode
Full-time
Duration
4 years
Intakes
March September
Tuition fee (local)
Information not available
Tuition fee (foreign)
Information not available

Entry Requirements

  • A prospective student must either hold or be expected to hold a high school diploma or a certificate of high school equivalency (e.g. GED) before matriculating at UIC.
  • Additionally, the student must be a non-Korean with non-Korean parents.

Curriculum

  • Western Legal History
  • Sociology and Law
  • Case Studies in Constitutional Law I
  • Administrative Law I
  • Administrative Law II
  • Administrative Law III
  • International Human Rights Law
  • Special Issues in Constitutional Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Maritime Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Law of Local Government
  • Copyrighting Law
  • Human Rights in the Asian Context
  • Cross-border M&A-Practical Aspects
  • Legal English for Commercial and Company Law
  • Intellectual Property Laws of the U.S.
  • Law of Obligation I
  • Family Law
  • Law of Obligation II
  • Case Studies in Civil Law I
  • egotiable Instrument Law
  • Civil Procedure Law I
  • Civil Procedure Law II
  • Complex Proceedings and Appeals
  • Criminal Procedure Law I
  • Case Studies in Criminal Law I
  • Criminal Policy
  • Criminal Procedure Law II
  • International Economic Law
  • Social Law
  • Labor Law
  • Economic Law
  • International Private Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Tax Law
  • History of Legal Thoughts
  • Legal Philosophy
  • Thesis
  • Case Studies in Constitutional Law II
  • Case Studies in Administrative Law
  • Case Studies in Criminal Procedure
  • Corporate Tax Law
  • European Union Law
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Other Than Court Adjudication (ADR)
  • Law and Economics
  • Civil Enforcement Law
  • North Korea: Law and the State
  • Professional Responsibility
  • Law and Negotiation
  • U.S. Constitutional Law and Civil Procedure
  • U.S. Contract Law
  • U.S. Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure
  • Introduction to the U.S. Law: Cases and Legal Research I, II
  • U.S. Property Law
  • U.S. Tort Law
  • Real Estate Registration Procedures
  • Major Issues in Law and Society
  • Introduction to the Financial Law
  • Basic Corporate Law in the States
  • Intellectual Property Licensing Practice
  • Case Studies in Civil Law II
  • Case Studies in Commercial Law I
  • Case Studies in Commercial Law II
  • Practice in Civil Procedure
  • Case Studies in Criminal Law II
     

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