Tuesday , October 23 2018

Law Courses

Law Courses

Law is one of the most reputed fields in India. Lawyers are the ones who are responsible for sending the culprit to the jails. They help in proper functioning of the country.

Law is one of the most important parts of our constitution. There are various law courses available in India in this article we have given you a brief knowledge about the law courses available in India.

You can see the details of the courses and choose the most suitable course for you. Law courses are offered by various universities and colleges of our country.

Check all the courses and only then make the choice of going for a course because a little knowledge is always dangerous and it can result.

The purpose of writing the article is to provide you with a list of various courses available in the law field and what are the career options in this field at one place.


Law Courses (U.G Law Courses)

S.NoCourse
1.L.L.B.
Bachelor of Legislative Law
2.B.A. + L.L.B.
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Legislative Law
3.B.A. + L.L.B. (Hons)
Bachelor of Arts + Bachelor of Legislative Law (Honours)
4.B.B.A. + L.L.B.
Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Legislative Law
5.B.B.A. + L.L.B. (Hons.)
Bachelor of Business Administration + Bachelor of Legislative Law (Honours)
6.B.Com. + L.L.B.
Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Legislative Law (Integrated)
7.B.Com. + L.L.B. (Hons.)
Bachelor of Commerce + Bachelor of Law (Hons)
8.Diploma in Medical Jurisprudence and Forensic Science
9.B.S.L. + L.L.B
Bachelor of Socio-Legal Sciences + Bachelor of Law
10.B.Sc. + L.L.B.
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Legislative Law
11.B.Sc. + L.L.B. (Hons.)
Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Legislative Law (Hons)
12.L.L.B. (Hons.)
Bachelor of Legislative Law (Honours)
13.L.L.B. (Intellectual Property Rights)
Bachelor of Law in Intellectual Property Rights

Law Courses (P.G Law Courses)

S.NoCourse
1.L.L.M.
Master of Legislative Law
2.PhD (Law)
Doctor of Philosophy in Law
3.L.L.M. (Bharatiya Nyaya Darshan and Raj Dharma)
Master of law in Bharatiya Nyaya Darshan and Raj Dharma
4.L.L.M. (Business Law)
Master of Legislative Law in Business Law
5.L.L.M. (Constitutional Law and Administrative Law)
Master of law in Constitutional Law and Administrative Law
6.L.L.M. (Constitutional Law)
Master of Legislative Law in Constitutional Law
7.L.L.M. (Corporate and Financial Law)
Master of Law in Corporate and Financial Law
8.L.L.M. (Corporate and Securities Law)
Master of Law in corporate and Securities Law
9.L.L.M. (Crimes and Torts)
Master of Legislative Law in Crimes and Torts
10.L.L.M. (Criminal Law and Commercial Law)
Master of Legislative Law in Criminal Law and Commercial Law
11.L.L.M. (Criminal Law and Criminology)
Master of Legislative Law in Criminal Law and Criminology
12.L.L.M. (Criminal Law)
Master of Law in Criminal Law
13.L.L.M. (Energy Laws)
Master of Law in Energy Laws
14.L.L.M. (Family law)
Master of Law in Family law
15.L.L.M. (Human Rights)
Master of Legislative Law in Human Rights
16.L.L.M. (Intellectual Property Rights)
Master of Law in Intellectual Property Rights
17.L.L.M. (International Law, Constitutional Law And Human Rights)
Master of Law in International Law, Constitutional Law And Human Rights
18.L.L.M. (International Environmental Law)
Master of Legislative Law in International Environmental Law
19.L.L.M. (International Law)
Master of law in International Law
20.L.L.M. (International Trade and Economic Law)
21.L.L.M. (International Trade Law)
Master of Legislative Law in International Trade Law
22.L.L.M. (IPR and Technology Law)
23.L.L.M. (Labour Law and Administrative Law)
Master of Law in Labour Law and Administrative Law
24.L.L.M. (Labour Laws)
Master of Law in Labour Laws
25.L.L.M. (Mercantile Law)
Master of Legislative Law in Mercantile Law
26.L.L.M. Corporate Law
Master of Law in Corporate Law
27.LL.D.
Doctor of Laws
28.LL.M. (Hons.)
Master of Legislative Law Honours
29.M.A. (Anti Terrorism Laws)
Master of Law in Anti Terrorism Laws
30.M.A. (Business Law) (Corporate Governance & Statutory Compliances)
Master of Arts in Business Law in Corporate Governance and Statutory Compliances
31.M.A. (Criminal Justice)
Master of Arts in Criminal Justice
32.M.A. (Criminology & Criminal Justice)
Master of Arts in Criminology & Criminal Justice
33.M.A. (Human Rights)
Master of Arts in Human Rights
34. M.Phil. (Law)
Master of Philosophy in Law
35.M.Phil. (Social Sciences with Law)
Master of Philosophy in Social Sciences with Law
36.M.Sc. (Criminology)
Master of Law in Criminology
37.M.Sc. (Intellectual Property Rights)
Master of Science in Intellectual Property Rights
38. M.Phil. (International Legal Studies)
Master of Philosophy in International Legal Studies
39.M.A. (Public Policy, Law and Governance)
Master of Arts in Public Policy, Law and Governance
40.Master of Labour Laws and Labour Welfare
41.Master of Comparative Law (M.C.L.)
42.Master of Intellectual Property Law (MIPL)
43.PhD (Interdisciplinary)
Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary
44.PhD (International Legal Studies)
Doctor of Philosophy in International Legal Studies
45.PhD (Social Sciences with Law)
Doctor of Philosophy
46.Post Graduate Programme in Human Rights


 Career and Jobs

Law is a sincere and hard-working field. At the beginning of one’s career, a fresher has to work under a reputed firm or a lawyer.

There is a great demand of good lawyers in India today. According to a survey done by the bar council of India, only 20% of the law graduates of India are eligible to work in court.

A law graduate can work as a solicitor general, public prosecutor or can even work as a  part of private legal firms after gaining experience.

The law graduates can choose for giving the exam to become a judge conducted by the Public Service Commission.

Lawyers with hands on good experience can work in different sectors of the society like government departments, ministry and various legal advice organisations.

Top recruiters

  • Amarchand Mangaldas
  • AZB & Partners
  • J Sagar Associates
  • Khaitan & Co
  • Luthra & Luthra
  • Trilegal
  • Desai & Diwanji
  • Singhania & Partners
  • Titus & Co
  • Wadia Ghandy & Co
  • Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan
  • Economic Laws Practice
  • Vaish & Associates