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In India, there are primarily three types of law degrees: Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Master of Laws (LL.M.), and Doctor of Philosophy in Law (Ph.D.).
To pursue an LL.B. degree in India, you generally need to have a bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized university. Some universities may also require a minimum percentage in your undergraduate studies. Additionally, clearing the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) or other entrance exams specific to the university is necessary.
The LL.B. degree in India is typically a three-year program for students who have already completed a bachelor’s degree in any field. However, there are integrated law programs (B.A. LL.B., B.Com LL.B., etc.) that combine undergraduate and law studies, which usually take five years to complete.
LL.B. programs in India cover various subjects related to law, including Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Civil Law, Family Law, Property Law, Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Taxation Law, and more. The curriculum may vary slightly among universities.
Yes, after completing an LL.B. degree, you are eligible to enroll with the Bar Council of India and practice law in India as an advocate. However, you will need to clear the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) conducted by the Bar Council of India to obtain the “Certificate of Practice” for practicing law.
Yes, several universities in India offer Ph.D. programs in Law. To pursue a Ph.D., you typically need to have completed an LL.M. degree or its equivalent.