The School of Law has capitalized on the advantages and influences of the University of Posts and Telecommunications in the field telecommunication, to develop law major’s characteristic of networks. The school offers the degree courses of Law focusing on the network monitoring and Intellectual Property, and the Master Degree in Litigation Law. In addition, the school runs three university key disciplines, namely ‘Litigation Law’, ‘Constitutional and Administrative Law’ and ‘Civil and Commercial Law’. There are currently over 450 students and 31 teachers, including 5 professors, and 14 master instructors, and 27 teachers with master\\\'s or doctoral degrees. The school has cultivated a sound academic and cultural atmosphere, whereby the all-rounded development and practical working competence of the students are highlighted. With a view to improve the learning and internship opportunities, the school has collaborated closely with various levels of courts, procuratorates, public security authorities, law firms, communication management agencies as well as telecommunications companies.
The major is designed to train professionals to know theoretical knowledge of Laws, with a certain level of computer networks and communication technology, and information industry management who are qualified for such positions as network supervision and management, , and other jobs relevant to laws in the national organs, communication enterprises, public security and judicial organs, national security organs, prisons , public security departments, customs, judicial identification, financial institutions and other enterprises.
Relying on the advantage of information science in the university, the major integrates law and information networks technology—the birth of information law. Students are required to learn not only the professional law but also some computer networks and communication technology. After graduation they are mainly engaged in technology-related legal work in such units as national information industry administration, corporate communications, public security and judicial organs, national security authorities, judicial identification, financial institutions and other enterprises.
The major is to cultivate students with the knowledge of law, IP and information technology to be compound intellectual property talents who are capable of managing intellectual property in government departments of copyrights, trademark, patent, technology or other IP-related agents ; dealing with IP issues in firms of law, patent, trademark or copyrights; engaging in the work of invention, management, operation and protection of IP in enterprises of telecommunication, network service, software, film or in universities.
Relying on the advantage of information science in the university, the major integrates law, IP and information networks technology to achieve a cross and compound educational mode. Qualified students are complied with the need of information technology and capable of resolving the ip issues in information age.