Thursday, June 20, 2024

MIT-ADT University Expands Legal Education Offerings Abundant Career Opportunities

Mumbai 20 june 2024 : In a bid to meet the escalating demand for legal expertise across diverse sectors, MIT Art Design and Technology (ADT) University has bolstered its offerings in legal education. The university, renowned for its engineering programs, is now making significant strides in the field of law, promising students a plethora of career opportunities upon graduation.

At a recent conference organized by MIT-ADT University, Prof. Sukrut Deo and Prof.Aditya Kedari, the esteemed Professor of the School of Law, underscored the indispensable role of lawyers in navigating legal complexities, both in corporate environments and individual capacities. Prof. Deo passionately advocated for students to consider pursuing legal education, citing the myriad challenges in modern society that necessitate legal expertise.

The university unveiled a comprehensive suite of law courses catering to varying interests and career goals. These include the five-year BBA-LLB, three-year LLB, two-year LLM, and one-year Diploma in Legal Journalism programs. Prof. Deo highlighted the university's commitment to providing not only traditional academic education but also skill-based training aligned with emerging job opportunities, a vision set forth by Prof. Dr. Vishwanath D. Karad and Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad.

With its sprawling campus spanning 125 acres and equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, MIT-ADT University is poised to offer a conducive learning environment for aspiring legal professionals. Prof. Deo emphasized that while MIT has historically been synonymous with engineering education, the institution's rapid expansion now encompasses a diverse range of disciplines, including law.

As MIT-ADT University continues to carve a niche in legal education, it stands as a beacon of opportunity for aspiring legal professionals, promising a future replete with possibilities and avenues for meaningful contribution to society, she further added.

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