LLM Education

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Law admission

An LLM, or Master of Laws, is a degree offered to people who have completed additional education and research in a specific area of law and already hold a professional law degree. Lawyers may enrol in LLM programmes to obtain knowledge in a certain field, advance their careers, and expand their professional network.

LLM specializes in

Civil Law

Tax Law

Criminal Law

Corporate Law

Commercial Law

International Law

Labour Law

Real Estate Law

Patent Law

Competition Law


Property Law

Mergers & Acquisition

Tax Law

Administrative Law

Banking Law

Business Law

Company Law

Constitutional Law

Consumer Law

Contract Law

Cyber Law

Education Law

Energy Law

Entertainment & Media Law

Environment Law

Family Law

Healthcare Law

Tele-communications Law

Eligibility Criteria For BE/B.TECH

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The basic eligibility to pursue LLM is an undergraduate law degree from any recognized university.

A minimum percentage requirement for the LLM course is fixed by colleges.

However, candidates need to secure at least 55% aggregate marks at the graduation level to be eligible enough to secure admission in LLM course offered by them.

Entrance tests for LLM

For students to pursue LLM, they need to give entrance tests such as



LSAT India


Job Opportunities

Law has clearly become an indispensable component of our society as it plays a vital role in every aspect of our lives. Law has been a particularly difficult job choice due to the complexity of legal acts in the functioning areas. Individuals who have completed their legal education can work in both the public and private sectors.

  • Media and publishing houses
  • Courthouses
  • NGO
  • UNO
  • FMCG
  • Real estate
  • Law firms
  • Consultancies
  • Finance
  • Corporate


Basic Eligibility

Bachelor’s degree of law or social science

Entrance Test


Course duration

2 years (may vary)


₹4.5- ₹6 LPA