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Law

Top Rated Courses


Ansal University

[LLM]- LLM

Gurugram, Haryana
3.7
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Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University

[BBA LLB {Hons}]- IntergratedB.B.A. + LL.B. Hons.

Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh
3.8
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Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University

[LLM]- Criminal & Security Law

Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh
3.8
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Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University

[LLM]- Corporate & Commercial Law

Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh
3.8
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Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University

[LLM]- Constitutional & Administrative Law

Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh
3.8
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Shri Ramswaroop Memorial University

[LLM]- International & Comparative Law

Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh
3.8
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Adamas University

[B.Sc LLB]- Integrated

Kolkata, West Bengal
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Adamas University

[LLM]- Corporate and Commercial Law

Kolkata, West Bengal
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Adamas University

[LLM]- Law

Kolkata, West Bengal
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Sharda University

[LLM]- Corporate & Commercial Law

Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh
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Sharda University

[LLM]- Energy Law

Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh
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Sharda University

[LLM]- Law

Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh
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What is Law degree?

A law degree is a professional degree you can take up if you aspire to pursue a profession of a lawyer, advocate, law officer, law lecturer, or enter the judiciary system in India. A lawyer operates in different angles and ways. A lawyer plays the role of an advocate in one way as well as an advisor or solicitor on the other, working with a range of clients dealing in various issues. They play a role of fighting a case in court on behalf of their clients as solicitors in many situations. Law courses in India are made in such a way that one can easily choose his/her field of career after completing the course.

Types of Law Courses

There are two levels of study when it comes to a degree in law, namely LLB and LLM. Let’s examine each:

Bachelor’s degree

LLB stands for Bachelor of Law which is an undergraduate law degree which one has to study if he/she desires to enter the field of judiciary and law. It is a 3 years course and can only be pursued after completion of your graduation in any stream. Here you will study subjects like Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, Banking and Insurance Law, Criminal Minor Acts, Election Law and many more. You will also be involved in seminars, moot court sessions, and internships, making the program interactive and interesting. This helps to develop problem-solving, communication skills and judgment skills in a student. Some of the Bachelor degrees you can choose are as follows-

  1. Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [BA LLB]
  2. Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Laws [BA LLB] {Hons}
  3. Bachelor of Business Administration + Bachelor of Laws [BBA LLB]
  4. Bachelor of Commerce + Bachelor of Laws [B.Com LLB]
  5. Bachelor of Laws [LLB]
  6. Bachelor of Science + Bachelor of Laws [B.Sc. LLB]

Master’s degree

LLM stands for Master of Law. This program is a 2 year’s course divided into 2 semesters with many subjects based on thesis and research work according to the university’s program. There are a few universities in India which offer a 1 year program. This course enables students to specialize in the field of law and legal affairs of the country. It is designed to teach students about trademarks and trademark law and practice in India. Focus will be given to various international treaties, conventions and agreements. It will vary from historical, philosophical, legal and even practical points. There are no specific specializations during LLB but the following are few of the popular law specializations which you can pursue during your Master’s:

  1. Criminal Law
  2. Constitutional Law
  3. Corporate Law
  4. Cyber Law
  5. Labour Law
  6. Intellectual and Patent Law
  7. International Law and many more.

Eligibility and Entrance Exams

Students who aim at acquiring admission in law Bachelor courses must complete their (10+2) education scoring 45% marks (40% for SC/ST candidates). For admission in law Master’s courses, students should have an LL. B or its equivalent degree from a recognized university/college scoring a minimum of 55% marks (50% for reserved categories). Students will have to appear for Entrance exams as conducted by the institute / university they apply to. Here is a list of few of the entrance exams-

  1. CLAT
  2. SLAT
  3. TS LAWCET
  4. AP LAWCET
  5. SET SLAT
  6. DU LLB Entrance Exam.
  7. MHT CET 

How and when to apply for a course in Law

There are a series of steps to follow in order to get admissions in the above mentioned law courses. They are as follows:

  1. To get admission in a good law college, you should know what you require and if you are eligible.
  2. Keep in mind the important dates for entrance exams.
  3. After appearing the entrance exam, keep track of the merit list generated.
  4. If you are selected, enroll yourself in time for the counseling session.
  5. Follow the counseling procedure step by step to fulfill all the formalities for the admission process. Making sure you carry all the required documents with you at that time.

An admission for a law degree usually starts in the month of March or April. Majority of the states in India initiate the entrance exam process for graduate courses admissions during March/ April of the year.

Cost of a course in Law

The average cost of law degree is between Rs. 1 to 6 lakhs for the whole year’s course.

How will the course help my career?

If you desire to have a profession in the field of law, taking up this course develops your skills to be hardworking, to have a good judgment of people, build self-confidence, personality development, oratory skills, and persuasiveness among the many. LLB and LLM are prestigious degrees and one of the most rewarding professions in India. More than 3.5 lakhs students pursue this degree every year to fulfill their aspiration of becoming a lawyer or enter the field of law and order to be a legal advisor, lecturer, paralegal, etc. There is good scope in this sector, where many reputed lawyers in India can earn more than a crore.  Being a lawyer can help people who are in need of legal assistance and create legal awareness in the society.

How can Admissions India guide and advice you in your career?

We at Admissions India are committed to a student’s well- being by working to help them achieve the goals they aspire for in their career. We have a team of experts that can play their role in seeking various opportunities at leading Universities for our students. There are various engineering jobs, being one of the high demand careers in a developing country like India. Employment opportunities are widely available in India as well as abroad, if you are one who would like to seek work options abroad. These opportunities are met with the guidance that we provide for each student who are looking forward to research and enhancing their work further. We ensure the whole admission procedure for students are done effectively with respect to their choice of subject and place of study.