Presidency University, Bangalore

{ Affiliated to State Govt.Universities & Some Deemed  to be Universities }

Council: Bar Council of India

LLB (Bachelor of Legislative Law) Course is the most common undergraduate course of law education offered by many law colleges and universities in India.  There are two options to pursue an undergraduate law degree. One is 3 years course whose eligibility is graduation and the other is integrated which is a 5-year duration course for 10+2 pass students.

The minimum eligibility for joining the LLB course is graduation with 40% in the qualifying examination for the direct admission. By the Entrance exam, the student should be qualified through the cut-off marks for the Admission on Reputed law colleges.

Admission to the LLB course is generally done on the basis of entrance exams conducted either on a national level or institute-wise. A list of entrance exams for admission to the course has been mentioned below:

  • CLAT- Common Law Entrance Test is conducted by National Law Universities for admissions to LLB courses.
  • LSAT- Law School Admission Test is a globalized entrance test and many Indian universities consider its score for LLB admission.
  • AILET- All India Law Entrance Test is conducted by National Law University, Delhi
  • LAWCET- Law Common Entrance Test is conducted by colleges and universities in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana for admission to LLB programs

U.G COURSES

LLB (3 YEAR)

LLB (5 YEAR)

LLM(Masters of Laws)

Masters of Laws (LL.M.) is a 2-year post-graduate degree in Law. LL.M. degree allows a law graduate to specialize in one of many legal sub-streams. The basic eligibility for this program is an undergraduate degree for law from any recognized university with minimum aggregate marks as per the particular institutes requirement.

After completion of the course, an LL.M. graduate can find employment in any of the sectors which require legal expertise and work as Lawyers, Legal consultants, Indian Legal Services, Advisors, Solicitor, Legal Writer etc…

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