A Masters of Laws (LLM) degree is where they practice law, suggest necessary advice and actions to people about their legal rights and even provide counseling about various laws, by-laws and knowledge about it. Law requires a lot of practice along with knowledge about the subject as every case needs to be supported with valid facts, data, documents and witnesses to win. It is similar to doctor or mathematician, the more you practice the more you expertise the skill.
As the candidate has already completed his Masters, it opens the door in both the public and private sectors as we know that it involves a legal contract between the two parties i.e. between buyer and seller, employee and employer, etc.
Some of the organizations and institutions that hire LLM are:
- Consultancies, Media and Publishing houses, Corporate, Law Firms, Fast-moving consumer goods(FMCG), builders, etc
- Notary - They are legal professionals responsible for all the governance-related legal matters and appointed by the state or central government.
- Advocate - With a deep knowledge of the country's laws, he can perform his duties as an advocate and fight legal cases for and against his clients.
- Magistrate or judge - With a thorough knowledge of the law and extraordinary experience with a good track record, one can be upgraded to the top position in a legal career.
- Legal Consultant or Associate - With specialized knowledge on the subject, which includes contracts, drafting or document preparation, legal matters of the company, one can work as a Legal Consultant or Associate of a company.
- Trustee - Many institutes or organizations or NGO's have a person who is well versed with the legal obligation of the institutes to administer it.
- Legal Reporter or council, Law teacher or reporter or officer, Solicitor, Public Prosecutor or Attorney General, etc.
- By appearing and successfully clearing competitive exams like UPSC, SSC, PSC, Railways and Public Sector Banks, one can get placed in Government Organizations like Educational Institutes or Regulatory Bodies, Banks, Labour Departments, Sales Tax and Excise Departments, Insurance Firms, Indian Railways, News agencies like channels or papers, Judiciary, international organizations like UNO, etc.
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