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Home >> Courses in India >> Courses in India: Legal Studies
Courses in India: Legal Studies
The following section describes in detail about Law course, elaborated with reference to the Courses and Eligibility, Job Opportunities, Law Institutes in India and Related Web Links.
A lawyer helps people as well as business solve legal problems. Lawyer?s defend the rights of their legal problems. Lawyer?s defend the rights of their clients.
There are number of institutions and universities conducting various courses in law
LLB is the bachelor degree.
LLM is the post-graduate degree.
LLD is the Doctorate degree.
Also, many universities and institutes offer diploma courses in several disciplines of law, including Administrative Law, International Law, Labour Laws Tax Laws and Corporate Laws.
Courses & Eligibility


Those who have passed 10+2 or an equivalent examination with at least 50 per cent marks are eligible to apply for undergraduate programmes. The eligibility for candidates who belong to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Castes and differently abled candidates is 45 per cent marks.
For post graduate programmes (except for NLU, Jodhpur), candidates should have secured at least 55 per cent marks in aggregate for L.L.B or B.L (50 per cent for candidates belonging to the SC, ST and OBC and differently abled candidates).


LLB-5 years and is sponsored by the Bar Council of India
LLM- 2 years
Job Opportunities

Job Prospects:

After gaining in experience from a senior, one lawyer can either start private practice or join the legal department of public sector organizations. There will be a great demand for lawyers who specialize in corporate law, arbitration, tax laws, patent laws, information technology or cyber laws and intellectual property laws. Experts predict opportunities for young lawyers in legal process outsourcing (LPO) as global legal firms outsource their legal services to india.
Institutes in India

The following are the state wise list of the Legal Studies Institutes in India.
Andhra PradeshDelhi
KeralaMadhya Pradesh
West Bengal
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