Bachelor of Law is a four year graduate program designed to help students become lawyers. To be admitted on the Law program, a student must have completed a bachelor’s degree in arts or science in an authorized university or college. The most common fields of specialization in Law Constitutional Law – the body of law that regulates the federal, state and local governments; most often associated with fundamental rights like equal protection, the right to bear arms, freedom of religion, and the right to free speech. Criminal Law – body of rules that defines conduct prohibited by the government because it threatens and harms public safety and welfare. Business Law – governs transactions between business entities, contracts, sales, business organizations, property and bailment. Labor Law – an area of the law that deals with the rights of employers, employees and labor organizations. Civil Law – covers disputes between individuals, companies and sometimes local or central government. Tax Law – covers the rules, policies and laws that oversee that tax process. Family Law – an area of the law that deals with family-related matters and domestic relations.