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Are you desiring to study law? Wondering which courses are available in this domain? On this page you will find a brief description of what law is all about and the details of the courses and the job opportunities in this domain.


Basic information about Law


Law is a complex system of rules and procedures imposed to govern behaviour. If you like challenges and intellectual simulation and have a knack for abstract thinking and practical problem solving then this is a suitable career choice for you. Choosing a career in law requires in depth knowledge of law and a diverse set of skills including patience, logical thinking, communication skills, critical analysis and articulation. Law is a booming profession and most sought after. Courses in law are available at UG, PG and certificate level law in areas of Labour law, Corporate and Securities law, Commercial law, Constitutional and Administrative law, Bhartiya Nyaya Darshan and Raj Dharma etc.



 

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Law Courses

Click on a course name below to find the list of colleges offering Law courses for 2020 - 2021 academic year. Also, find admission announcements and application form to download and apply for Law course.

  1. Advanced Diploma in Cyber Laws
  2. B.A L.L.B
  3. B.B.A L.L.B
  4. Bachelor Of General Law
  5. Bachelor of Law (B.L)
  6. Certificate in Securities Laws (CSL)
  7. Certification Advance Company Law and Practice
  8. Certification Consumer Protection (CCP)
  9. Company Secretary
  10. Diploma Business Law
  11. Diploma Co-operative Laws
  12. Diploma Criminology and Forensic Science
  13. Diploma Hospital Laws & Management
  14. Diploma in Paralegal Practice (DIPP)
  15. Diploma Intellectual Property Law
  16. Diploma Labour Law
  17. Diploma Labour Laws with Admn Law
  18. Diploma Law of Taxation
  19. Diploma Mergers and Acquisitions
  20. Diploma Multinational Corporations
  21. Diploma Taxation Law
  22. L.LB General
  23. LL.M
  24. LL.M Bharatiya Nyaya Darshan and Raj Dharma
  25. LL.M Commercial Law
  26. LL.M Constitutional & Administrative Law
  27. LL.M Constitutional Law
  28. LL.M Corporate & Securities Law
  29. LL.M Labour Laws
  30. LL.M LL.D
  31. LL.M Torts & Crimes
  32. Master of Intellectual Property Law (MIPL)
  33. Master of Labour Laws and Labour Welfare
  34. PG Diploma Alternative Dispute Resolution
  35. PhD in Law
  36. Post Graduate Certificate Cyber Law (PGCCL)
  37. Post Graduate Diploma Legal Process Outsourcing (PGDLPO)
  38. Post-Graduate Certificate Patent Practice (PGCP)


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Specializations and career paths in Law


The entry level graduate courses are designed to prepare the student for legal career. The advanced courses are referred to as PhD in law, Doctor of Laws, doctor of Juridical Science. Most graduate course curriculum comprise of compulsory core courses and few electives which will define the further career path. In most colleges teaching is carried out through lectures, practical, seminars, group work, presentation, debates, panel discussions followed by practicals in courtroom settings to hone the legal skills like research and analysis, public speaking and argument formation.

After completion of the course the law graduate can work in the corporate sector or set up a private practice as an advocate. The law graduate can become judge after clearing the Public Service Commission exams. Further career options after gathering experience are Solicitor General or a Public Prosecutor or a leading positions in the government departments and ministries. The job profiles in the corporate and government sector include criminal lawyer, civil litigation lawyer, legal analyst, legal journalist, legal advisor, government lawyer, mediator, court reporter, legal investigator etc. Overall careers in law are in demand and hence choosing course in law is an attractive option.