Faculty of Law｜After Graduation/Career Choices
Students develop abilities to use in their desired field by acquiring specialized knowledge and qualifications.
Legal regulations are becoming standard in innumerable fields today, and there is strong demand for individuals with the specialized knowledge of law. At the Faculty of Law, many courses offer the legal knowledge you will need for the particular profession you wish to pursue. Special courses also provide support for obtaining qualifications in various fields. The department produces graduates ready to make use of their learning immediately.
What Our Graduates Do
So many professions today now involve legal issues, offering a growing number of opportunities for individuals with knowledge of the law.Students who aim to enter the legal profession to become a lawyer or judge go on to study postgraduate law. Other students may take the civil service examination and become an administrative official at the national or municipal level of government. Many graduates go to work for private companies and become the person to whom others turn for legal advice. This Faculty is known in particular for its large number of graduates who become police officers or firefighters.
Select Employers of Recent Graduates (past 3 years)
- Amagasaki City
- Osaka Regional Taxation Bureau
- Osaka City Board of Education
- Osaka Prefectural Police Department
- Osaka Prefecture
- Okayama Prefectural Police Department
- Kadoma City
- Kyoto Prefectural Police Headquarters
- Kyoto Prefecture
- Metropolitan Police Department
- Shiga Prefecture
- Tokyo Fire Department
- Tottori Prefectural Police Headquarters
- Hyogo Prefectural Police Department
- Ministy of Defence
- Toyota Motor Corporation
- Oimatsu Sogo Law Office
- Canon Inc.
- Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.
- Toshiba Corporation
- Japan Post Group