There is a range of knowledge, skills and attributes which are essential for law graduates working in a global multi-jurisdictional environment, and for law graduates generally
The knowledge which is considered essential is:
> Foundational knowledge – a deep understanding of core legal principles in core areas of the law.
> International-specific knowledge – which includes a comparative perspective to open their minds to alternative possibilities.
The skills which are considered essential are:
> Communication and presentation
> Problem solving
> Legal research, including statutory interpretation
> Relationship building
The attribute which is considered essential is:
- Bilingualism is also a very valuable skill.