Bachelor of Arts in Legal Management is a preparatory-to-law course as well as a preparation for work in business organizations in a highly complex and legalistic environment. It aims to develop and to prepare young people to be good executives in government and business enterprises and dynamic lawyers.
These course descriptions for core and specialized courses are designed specifically for the BLSM program, which aims to develop managers of the twenty-first century who have working knowledge of law, business, and society from a perspective of corporate leadership and good governance, with due regard for the rights and welfare of all stakeholders of an organization (profit, non-profit or NGO).
These law subjects will provide graduates competitive advantage in the increasingly complex business environment, the impact of local and foreign laws and regulations on the firm. Selected applicable and recent jurisprudence are assigned and discussed to groups so that students can discuss the facts and context of the case, as well as the rationale of the law and the decision of the court and the impact of the decision on the firm. This is tested inside the classroom through a combination of the “Socratic-/individual recitation method” and Case Analysis Approach (Harvard Method), taking into consideration the legal ethical and managerial perspectives, from the context of the decision-maker (manager).