This paper aims to assist lecturers, universities, and their administrators in improving their law degrees. This is in the context of the future of work. This paper will reflect on how to tailor a law degree to improve the employability of students with this degree. This piece emerged as a viewpoint to identify best practices to prepare a law student for better employability. Significant benefits and opportunities can be unlocked if educators apply and incorporate the findings from this piece. Educators should rethink how they deliver law degrees, keeping in mind the emerging trends in their respective job markets. This paper offers insight into how to tailor an exciting law programme for the future of work.
"Preparing Law Students for the Future of Work, Technology, and Globalization,"
Journal of Global Awareness: Vol. 1
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholar.stjohns.edu/jga/vol1/iss1/6