Bachelor of Laws

The Bachelor of Laws is an undergraduate degree in law which allows a candidate to become a lawyer. In India, law education was started in 1987. LLB is offered by various Indian universities. There are two ways one can pursue this course. One course is of 3 years for which eligibility criteria is graduation and the other is of 5-years for the undergraduate students

This course is divided into 6 semesters. After completion of the course, the LLB degree is awarded. However, in most of the Law Schools, the course should be completed within 6 Years. The Bar Council of India regulates the system of legal education in India.


Duration and Eligibility:

Duration:

There are two alternatives – 3 years LLB course or 5-years course.

Eligibility:

Qualification: Students should have completed his/her graduation in any discipline.

Marks: Students must secure minimum 45% in graduation.

Age limit: There is no minimum age limit. However, the maximum age limit is 22 – 45 years.


Admission Procedure:

1) Admission in LLB is done either on the basis of marks obtained by candidates in graduation or through a relevant entrance test.

2) Some of the famous entrance tests are CLAT, LSAT, AILET, and LAWCET.

3) Students who are in the final year of their graduation can also apply for entrance tests.

4) On the other hand, candidates also get direct admission.


Top LLB College/University in India:

CollegeCity
Bachelor of Laws in MaharashtraMaharashtra
Bachelor of Laws in Uttar PradeshUttar Pradesh
Bachelor of Laws in GujaratGujarat
Bachelor of Laws in RajasthanRajasthan
Faculty of Law University of DelhiNew Delhi
NALSAR University of LawHyderabad
Faculty of LawBHU Varanasi
National Law UniversityNew Delhi
The West Bengal National University of Juridical SciencesKolkata
The National Law Institute UniversityBhopal


Major areas of Study:

Major Specialization in LLB is given below:

  • Legal Methods
  • Contracts
  • Jurisprudence
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Litigation Advocate
  • Political Science

Benefits of doing LLB:

There are immense Benefits of doing LLB, they are as follows:

1) Degree in Law offers employment as well as provides the candidate with an ability to fight against inequality in the society.

2) This is a very prestige profession because the law is the base of society. Hence no one can go wrong with a lawyer.

3) LLB candidate can easily become an advocate.

4) Lawyers can even find employment in both public and private sector organizations.

5) Central/State government jobs are also open to lawyers.


Career prospects after LLB:

1) Government Service: They can be recruited for various posts like legal advisors in the legislative

2) Judiciary: Recruitment of LLB candidates is done through public service commission or under the supervision of the High Court.

3) Legal Advocate: Lawyers can work as a legal advisor or advocate for organizations, legal persons and families.

4) Writing Journals and Reports: If the candidate is good in law and having good writing skills he/she can become the author of a law book and write law journals.

5) Teaching: Students with a good academic record on LLB can take jobs in Institute or University offering law course. Moreover, having the power to speak can easily let them establish their own institution.


Salary after LLB Degree:

Average salary for LLB employees:

Job Title   Salary in INR
Legal Advisor  3, 06,000
Legal Services Chief22, 00,200

Legal Counsel 8, 40,020
Associate Attorney9, 61,000

Corporate Legal Manager17, 00,000

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