Knowledge in legal education means to understand the nature of Legal Rules and Institutions, knowledge of and ability to use the most fundamental tools of legal research, understanding of the process of devising and implementing a coherent and effective research design. It includes identifying and formulating legal issues, formulating relevant legal theory, elaborating legal theory, evaluating legal theory and criticising and synthesizing legal argumentation.
Skills learning includes diagnosing a problem, generating alternative solutions and strategies, developing a plan of action, implementing the plan and keeping the planning process open to new information and new ideas. It includes fact gathering, factual investigation, organizing information, using effective methods of communication (orally and in writing), and how to comply with legal requirements.
Values a law graduate should know and understand the need to act in accordance with the professional ethics prescribed by the BCI and fundamental principles of justice and the rule of law.