Department of Knowledge-Based Industry and Law treats law in the knowledge-based society in which the distribution of knowledge and information such as IT, AI, and cultural content industry serves as the basis of industry. Department of Knowledge Industry Law strives to train female professionals who will work as legal practitioners, paralegals, and corporate legal professionals who operate in the areas related to the knowledge industry and public servants who handle the public administration in knowledge-based operations.
Currently, Department of Knowledge Industry Law offers diverse-ranging major courses by faculty with expert knowledge in partnership with PRIME (PRogram for Industrial needs-Matched Education). We are working to train legal assistants for new future growth engines by nurturing convergent professionals through a systematic and specialized curriculum.
Educational Goals of Departments
- We foster creative legal professionals who can integrate specialized legal content with new industrial environment.
- We cultivate the ability to acquire knowledge in various specialties and immediately put it to industrial applications.
- We nurture innovative professionals who acquire specialized knowledge in law and thereby meet the needs of a knowledge-based society.
Students Envisioned by Departments
Female legal professionals who possess specialized knowledge in law as needed by a knowledge-based society and serves as a bridge between industry and law studies to contribute to social and economic development.