Jurisprudence (Law)

Jurisprudence (Law)

What is the Jurisprudence (Law)?

July 31, 2021

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Leakna Khemarak

๐Ÿ”ธ What is the Jurisprudence (Law)?

Laws are all written rule that mix in letters and have common sense and fertility that the institution or the constitution has approved.
In a literal sense, it is a regulation that the National Assembly has approved for all citizens to abide by until new regulations are replaced, amended or repealed.

๐Ÿ”ธ Where does Khmer law come from?
Khmer law has source from:

  • Custum
  • Tradition
  • Religion
  • India
  • France

๐Ÿ”ธ What Jurisprudence focus on?

Studying on this skills focus on legal system in the country, understanding the law, special rules, regulations, regulations, penalties, implementation and solving the law. In short, it focus on three major subjects, criminal, Tort and constitutional law.

Studying on this skill requires student to read book and research more, self-education get effectiveness over than 50%. Student should be ready to prepare yourself, ideas, speech, or called (Empathy) because this skill requires clear consideration. Decision making base on the top of a case.

๐Ÿ”ธ After studying this skill, what I become and where I work for?

After graduating this skill, you can work accordingly to state institutions, law department, foreign institutions, and private institutions

  • Judge
  • Prosecutor
  • Prosecution Representative
  • lawyer
  • Lawyer Assistant
  • Law advisor
  • Judical Police Officer... etc.

Recommended Schools

• American University of Phnom Penh • Asia Euro University
• Cambodian Mekong University • Cambodian University for Specialties
• Human Resource University • IIC University of Technology
• International University • Khemarak University
• Norton Unversity • Panha Chiet University
• Pannasastra University Cambodia • Phnom Penh International University (PPIU)
• Royal University of Law and Economics • Royal University of Phnom Penh Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
• University of Economics and Finance  


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