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PhD in Law


Are you aspiring to pursue a research program in the field of law? Do you have a masters degree in law and now looking for a suitable PhD in the subject? Learn here the details of the doctoral program PhD in Law.

Course Name: PhD in Law
Group:
Stream: Law & Justice
Course Category: Law
Duration: 3 - 5 Years

Overview


PhD in Law is a suitable program for those seeking to pursue research in the field. Otherwise also many law practitioners take up this program to improve their expertise and career prospects. Many also join the teaching field. The field of law offers a diverse career path. It is not only Judge, advocates and lawyers that law is all about. One may also work in companies, business enterprises, HR departments, government offices and as coroners and secretaries. Law is a very popular field and a challenging one too where you need to constantly upgrade your knowledge about different legal cases and also be thorough with the numerous provisions for law.

Eligibility and course duration


Master degree in law from any recognized university with at least 55% marks. Admission to the program is through written test and interview. Work experience in law practice/teaching is preferred. You may be exempted from the written test if you are UGC/ CSIR/ JRF/ NET qualified. Candidates having undergone M.Phil or PhD coursework may also be exempted from the written test.

Duration of the course is 3-5 years.


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For undertaking the PhD program, other than having the required qualifications, you have to submit a research proposal that will broadly define the problem that you are going to work upon, the field of study, research methodology and various other details regarding the specific problem. Once your research proposal is accepted by the committee, you are provided with a supervisor who will guide you on the methodologies, nature of work, standard of research, literature and journals that are to be consulted and so on. The students will have to complete the coursework before they can proceed with the research work. The coursework will help you to understand the research methodology that you need to undertake while carrying out the research. As a PhD scholar you will be attending seminars, workshops and will have to fulfill teaching assignments, taking classes at the university. A thesis has to be written and submitted at the end of the course.

Jobs and prospects


Undertaking this PhD program allows you to work in the field of research in law. You may take up teaching jobs in law colleges. You may continue practice as a lawyer, advocate or judge. You may take up the role of legal secretary, legal executive, company secretary and so on.

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