Law is one of the most fundamental parts of our constitution. Law education is the only legal education in India that students can pursue and those who manage to clear this degree are designated with the post of a “Lawyer”. There are many universities in India that offer the course of Law at various academic levels.
What are the courses a student can pursue in Law?
- Bachelor of Laws (LLB): This course is the most common opted course by students who which to pursue in the field of Law. The duration of this course in three years.
- Integrated undergraduate degree- B.A LL.B, B.SC, LL.B, BBA LLA, Com LL.B: If a student wishes to take up an integrated law course then he/she can opt for a five year integrated programme right after the completion of 10+2
- Masters of Laws (LL.M): The duration of this programme is one or two year.
- Masters of Business Law: If a student wants to opt a specialised course in business law then they can choose to enrol into this programme which is of two years.
- Doctor of Philosophy (PhD): This programme is a great prospect for PhD after the completion of legal education. There is no duration for this programme.
- Integrated MBL-LLM/MBA LLM:This programme is more advanced and is of three years which can be done after the completion of LL.B.
Admission in Law Education
Students who wish to opt for Law as their career will have to clear an entrance exam which is CLAT (Common Law Admission Test). If you live in Bangalore then you can register yourself into
clat coaching center Bangalore which is one of the best coaching centres in Bangalore for CLAT preparations. The teachers will guide you throughly and help you crack the exam.