Law Courses In India

18 May, 2017

 

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Law Courses In India – “Law” is the most basic part of our constitution. The law education is the only education in India which is legal. The student who cleared this degree, are called as a “Lawyer” and they need to clear the exam before the entry in the court activities and practice. The education of law in India has been accessible by a variety of universities and in a variety of academic levels.

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Admission in Law education

The students, who desire to get the admission in law, need to appear in CLAT (Common Law Admission Test).

Student can go for law courses with any stream (Commerce/Science/Arts) in 10+2.

The admission in the Jindal Law Global School is done through the LSAT (Law School Admission Test) organized by the Law School Admission Council, USA.

Some private and independent universities carry out their own admission test.

Jobs and Career in Law Course

Law is very famous field to select as a career. Its a hard-working and genuine field. A fresher needs to work under the reputed legal firm or lawyer for the beginning stage of his career.

India has a great require of skilled lawyer as per the survey done by the Bar Council of India. Only 20% of the Indian law students are eligible to work in court.

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A law student can be a solicitor general, public prosecutor or a part of private legal firms after gaining experience. The law students can appear the exam organized by the Public Service Commissions and get the position of Judge.

A good lawyer can work in government departments, ministry and a variety of legal advice organizations.

In order to the designation, you may be the one out of the following:

  • Criminal Lawyer
  • Civil Litigation Lawyer
  • Legal Analyst
  • Document Drafting Lawyer
  • Legal Journalist
  • Legal Advisor
  • Government Lawyer
  • Judge

List of Law Courses in India

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) – 3 years
LLB is the most common degree of law education.
Integrated undergraduate degrees
Integrated undergraduate degrees – B.A. LL.B., B.Sc. LL.B., BBA LLB, B.Com LL.B – 5 years. One who wishes to do the integrated course can take the admission in 5 year integrated programme after the completion of 10+2 exams.
Master of Laws (LL.M.) – one/two years
LLM is the master degree in legal education having 1 or 2 year duration.
Master of Business Law
The MBL is the master degree in legal education with the specialty in business law.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
There is a good prospect for PhD after the legal education.
Integrated MBL-LLM/ MBA-LLM – 3years
One who desires to do the incorporated course with business occupation can go for the MBL-LLM or MBA-LLM.

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