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Definition
The Bachelor of Commerce with Law or BCom Law degree allows students to acquire knowledge of the South African legal system, private law, business enterprises law, labour law and customary law. The degree does not by itself qualify you to practise as an attorney or advocate – to practise you require an LLB degree as well. The three-year BCom (Law) programme does, however, provide a sound background in the economic sciences that prepares you for a career in the business sector or in commercial law, and it also lays a sound basis for a more advanced study of law. – sun.ac.za

What they do
The BCom Law degree is a specialised degree suitable for students who wish to link a commercial background with that of law. A person with this background can work in an insurance company, a merchant bank or any other financial institution. The combination of a legal background with business is an excellent blend for anyone aiming to work within the commercial field. – unisa.ac.za

School Subjects
Mathematics
Language of Learning and Teaching

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