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An LLM, or Master of Laws, is a degree awarded to those already holding a professional law degree, who have completed advanced education and research in a particular area of law.
Lawyers may choose to pursue LLM programs to gain expertise in a specific sector, for career advancement, and to build a professional network.
This postgraduate course in law, offers knowledge and expertise in certain desired areas/segments such as Civil Law, Criminal Law, Business/Commercial Law, Intellectual Property Law, and so on.
Hence, the LLM degree is not compulsory to become a professional lawyer; however, it is certainly very beneficial in the concerned area of the legal sector.
The minimum requirement of eligibility for the course is an L.L.B (Bachelor of Law) or another equivalent degree, completed with a minimum aggregate score of 45% for general category and 40% for SC/ST, from a recognized university.
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Advocate: An advocate is a significant professional when it comes to a legal career in India or abroad. To perform his duties, he or she must have apt and thorough knowledge of the country’s laws. This profession also requires an astute awareness of human behavior and psychology.
Legal Consultant or Legal Associate: A legal consultant or a legal associate assists in contract summarization, contract management, legal research, drafting, litigation and research- related projects. If one has specialized knowledge of the subject, one successfully manages to grow as a consultant with high paying offers.
Legal Document Reviewer: A legal document reviewer or a derivative’s job is to negotiate and review various kinds of legal documents. This includes legal documents such as draft responses and ancillary documents.
A Magistrate or Judge: This is a highly respected as well as regarded position in a legal career or in the judicial system of any country. In order to be a judge, one needs to be well nuanced with subject knowledge and skills.
Notary: A notary is also known as ‘notary public’. The notary public is a qualified and experienced lawyer appointed by the state or central government, recommended by the court. He/she is responsible for all the governance-related legal matters.
Oath Commissioner: An oath commissioner is also known as the ‘commissioner of oath’. The position is a freshly qualified lawyer appointed by the Registrar of High Court under the provisions of Law.
Trustee: A trustee is under a legal obligation to administer property for a specified purpose.
Career options after LLM: After completion of the LLM degree, there are career options in the legal field pertaining to both the public and private sectors such as consultancies, Corporate, Courthouses, Finance, FMCG, International Organizations such as the UN or UNICEF, Law Firms, Media and Publishing houses, NGO and Real Estate.
Yes, BA LLB, B Com LLB and BBA LLB are 5 Years Integrated Programmes and can be done after 12th standard.
No Age Barrier.
LLM – The LLM degree is an advanced law certification that has global credibility.
JD – The JD degree is usually required to practice law in the United States. It is considered the first degree in law.
A Legal Practitioner – Anybody can be a ‘Legal Practitioner’. There are no formal qualifications or credentials required.
A Lawyer – Anybody who formally studies Law; i.e. completes a Bar Council recognized LLB degree can call himself / herself a Lawyer.
An Advocate – A Lawyer, who has cleared the Bar Exam and registered with the Bar Council as a Practicing Lawyer is an Advocate.
No, you don’t need to attend Entrance Exam.