The professional purpose of Bachelors of Law is determined by their basic legal knowledge, skills and abilities to carry out legal activities in order to actually ensure the rule of law and fair justice in our country.
The positions that a Bachelor of Law can hold are determined by the legislation of Ukraine, in particular, the Laws of Ukraine ‘On Civil Service’, ‘On Service in Local Self-Government Bodies’, ‘Classifier of Professions’ and other national normative legal acts.
The Bachelor of Law is able to hold civil service positions of category ‘B’, patronage service positions in state bodies and their staff, practically perform tasks and functions of the state; work as a specialist in state and municipal enterprises, institutions or organizations; legal adviser of the legal service at non-state-owned enterprises.
Secretaries of administrative bodies; court secretaries, executors and administrators; office organizers (government agencies); organizers of office work (types of economic activity); organizers of office work (judicial system); head assistants of enterprises, institutions and organizations; manager assistants of production and other main divisions; manager assistants of small enterprises without management staff; other assistants; other technical specialists in the field of management; state inspectors; customs inspectors; tax service inspectors; social assistance inspectors; license inspectors; other state inspectors; inspectors of law enforcement agencies, penitentiary service, paramilitary guards, private detectives and inquiry specialists; specialists of the penitentiary service; social workers.
Master of Law has the right to hold positions that require higher legal education: in the state executive authorities; in local governments; courts of general jurisdiction and specialized courts; prosecutor’s offices; bodies of the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine; notary system; advocacy; legal services of enterprises of all forms of ownership; legal schools.
The positions that Master of Law can hold are determined by the ‘Unified State Classification of Professions of All Categories of Workers on the Basis of International Standards’. Master of Law is a highly qualified specialist in the field of law, who has a system of knowledge in the field of law, familiar with modern scientific achievements in this field, can critically evaluate and apply theoretical postulates and innovative methods, capable of continuous learning and self-improvement. Master of Law can hold the positions of specialist, civil servant of categories ‘A’ (senior civil service), ‘B’, ‘C’, patronage service of all levels of the hierarchical structure of executive authorities and local governments, institutions, establishments and organizations, enterprises of all forms of ownership and spheres of management; opportunity to have independent legal practice related to the provision of legal services as a consultant, lawyer, etc .; can participate in research in research institutions and educational institutions, to engage in law-making, law enforcement, expert-consulting and organizational-managerial activities.
The Masters of Law (081 ‘Law’) can continue their studies at the third educational and scientific level ‘PhD in Law’ (081 ‘Law).