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Law is a prestigious career option that requires substantial education and training. Thus, a Law degree from a globally ranked university ensures that you have enough of both. Law and justice are becoming increasingly globalized as economic barriers become more permeable. Furthermore, the rise of new sectors has boosted the demand for lawyers globally. Given the current demand, pursuing a Law degree might be a sensible move.

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If a Law degree from abroad is your dream, we have the right tool for you. Our Gyanberry platform is a one-stop admission tool designed to make admissions extremely hassle-free. Using Gyanberry you can apply to multiple programs and universities from different countries at the same time. You can easily create an account on the platform by filling in your details and start applying right away. If you are unsure of which university or program to choose, our expert admission counselors are here to help in every way! Their guidance has helped thousands of students get into their dream universities. For more information on how to use Gyanberry, click the link.

Using our services, you can apply to the top Law universities as well as highly affordable ones. We provide guidance in finding both bachelor’s and master’s programs in Law in countries like the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia, Ireland, Italy, Sweden, Spain, the Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Cyprus, Singapore, etc. 

Our experts with tons of admissions experience will help you at every step of your admission process, whether choosing the right university and program or submitting university applications. We also provide additional services like helping students prepare for entrance exams and obtain required documents, visas, accommodations, and so on.

Popular Universities for Studying Law

Harvard University
University of Oxford
University of Cambridge
Yale University
University of Melbourne

Benefits of Studying Law

As per the US Occupational Statistics and Employment projections, the employment rate of lawyers is expected to grow 10 percent from 2021 to 2031, faster than the average of other occupations. This will create 48,700 new job openings per year for Law graduates. Additionally, the unemployment rate of Law graduates is merely 1.4%. The statistics by the US News and World Report indicate that Lawyers rank

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Benefits of Studying Law

Also, a career in Law is personally, professionally, and financially fulfilling. If this information is not enough to convince you of the benefits of studying Law then here are some more

  1. Opportunity to learn in a multicultural and diverse environment
  2. Chance to obtain an internationally recognized education following international standards
  3. Access to cutting-edge resources and intense training
  4. Entry to the global job market and career opportunities
  5. Increased likelihood of engaging in study abroad programs, internships, and training programs
  6. Prospect to improve communication and social skills
  7. A global network of contacts and alumni 
  8. Freedom to work while studying to build a killer resume 
  9. Possibility to learn a foreign language such as Italian, Spanish, German, or Mandarin

Popular Law Specializations

The field of Law is so vast that every country and state has its own legal system. With this variation comes the number of specializations. There are a few common specializations with high prospects like

Civil LawCivil Law
Criminal LawCriminal Law
Constitutional LawConstitutional Law

Top Countries to Study Law

The table lists the top 5 Law schools from popular countries around the world. Their ranking is based on the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2023 for Law and Legal Studies.

USAUKCanadaAustraliaGermanyIreland
Harvard UniversityUniversity of OxfordUniversity of TorontoThe University of MelbourneHumboldt-Universität zu BerlinAlma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna
Yale UniversityUniversity of CambridgeMcGill UniversityThe University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität MünchenSapienza University of Rome
Stanford UniversityThe London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE)University of British ColumbiaThe University of SydneyUniversität HeidelbergULuiss University
New York University (NYU)UCLUniversity of OttawaAustralian National University (ANU)Freie Universitaet BerlinEuropean University Institute
Columbia UniversityKing's College LondonUniversité de MontréalMonash UniversityUniversität HeidelbergUniversity of Milan

Popular Low-Cost Destinations to Study Law

Many people aspire to study Law at top universities in the US, such as Harvard University or Yale University, but it is not always financially feasible. A Law degree in the US can cost anything from USD 40,000 to $140,000 annually. But don't panic, there are several low-cost options that provide quality education. Many highly ranked European and Asian colleges offer Law degrees at inexpensive tuition rates, as well as numerous scholarships. Among them are:

GermanyGermany
IrelandIreland
SpainSpain
ItalyItaly
NetherlandsNetherlands
BelgiumBelgium
DenmarkDenmark
SingaporeSingapore
chinaChina
UAEUAE
PolandPoland

Annual Salaries of Law Graduates in Different Countries

Job titleUSAUKCanadaAustraliaGermany
Attorney$114,919$84,964$82,037$60,419$88,592
Advocate$42,498$33,297$39,083$41,957$67,207
Legal Advisor$80,166$38,170$58,570$76,952$65,929
Legal Analyst$69,175$32,960$53,986$40,279$79,319
Legal Researcher$60,114$38,987$53,646$46,917$30,576
Legal Assistant$46,968$27,507$39,312$42,438$67,222

Note: The costs mentioned are converted to USD as per the exchange rate on 18.04.2023.

How to Pick the Right Law Course?

As per the US Occupational Statistics and Employment projections, the employment rate of lawyers is expected to grow 10 percent from 2021 to 2031, faster than the average of other occupations. This will create 48,700 new job openings per year for Law graduates. Additionally, the unemployment rate of Law graduates is merely 1.4%. The statistics by the US News and World Report indicate that Lawyers rank

How to Pick the Right Law Course?
  1. Type of Law specialization
  2. Duration of the course (varies country-wise)
  3. Ranking of the universities
  4. Regional and international accreditation of the universities
  5. Course accreditation
  6. Faculty credentials
  7. Number of students admitted to the program per term
  8. The ratio of students to teachers
  9. Class size
  10. Number of international students pursuing the course
  11. Opportunities for research and internship prior to graduation
  12. Minimum graduation requirements and course credits
  13. Tuition fees
  14. Cost of living in the selected country
  15. Availability of scholarships and financial aid
  16. Graduate employment statistics
  17. Entry-level positions and salaries in the chosen specialization
  18. Career hierarchy
  19. Type of employers who hire fresh graduates
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How Gyanberry Can Help You Study at a Top Law University?

Gyanberry is a new platform developed by Gyanberry that uses technology to assist students in getting to their dream study destinations. You can book a free consultation with our counselors to better understand your admission needs. Following this, we will shortlist destinations and universities that fit your requirements. You will receive guidance on preparing your application, study material, entrance exams, and so on. Here are some features of our platform. 

A one-stop application platform catering to all student needs
Free admission assistance for Gyanberry partner universities
Blogs and resources from industry experts
Admission assistance for undergraduate and graduate programs in different specializations in law
Guidance from highly experienced counselors
A wide range of law courses from partner and non-partner universities
Visa assistance and value-added services like accommodation, transportation, document translation and legalization, medical insurance, etc.
Periodic live webinars from universities
SuperMentor program for personal assistance from a current student of your dream university

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