WHY LLB

LLB (Bachelor of Legislative Law)

LLB is an undergraduate course for those who wish to pursue a career in law. It provides a comprehensive overview of the legal landscape, helping students become acquainted with corporate law, legislative law, business law, and other forms of law.

Under Graduate Courses

  • Five -Year Integrated LLB

    Eligibility: A pass in Higher Secondary Examination of the Government of Kerala or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto with not less than 45% marks for general category, 42% for OBC and 40% marks for SC and ST.

  • Three - Year LLB

    Eligibility: A candidate who has passed the Bachelor’s Degree examination with a minimum of 45% marks in aggregate (45% marks for all the parts of the Degree Examination taken together) for general category, 42% for OBC and 40% marks for SC and ST.

Post Graduate Courses

    After completing the law degree, one can enrol for a 2 year post graduate course, LLM. Some specializations in LLM are: Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminology and Penology, Administrative Law, Law of Taxation and Maritime Law.

Age Limit

    There is no upper age limit for admission to the LLB & LLM Courses.

How to become a Lawyer

    TA law degree alone does not make one a lawyer. One must also pass the All India Bar Examination conducted by the Bar Council of India.  For more information about this exam visit the website: www.barcouncilofindia.org .

Job Opportunities

    Legal education is a field with many career opportunities beyond legal profession. If you have the ability to interact with people, speak well and understand things, you can shine in the legal field. Lawyers are not just confined to court rooms; they are also employed by both private and public institutions to handle legal matters.

  • Judge

    Judges are entrusted with the task of protecting the Constitution of India. As representatives of the Indian courts, they serve as the final adjudicators of various disputes. Prospective judges must possess an LLB degree and be successful in the Judicial Service Examination, conducted at the state level, to be eligible for a posting in a district court. Judicial services are among the most respected careers in India. From Judicial Magistrates to Supreme Court Justices, the government judicial system offers a variety of positions and a unique opportunity to serve the people of a nation

  • Assistant Public Prosecutor

    This is an advocate appointed by the Government to embody the state in criminal matters. State public service commission perform examinations for appointing such prosecutors. This post will give you an opportunity to have a fixed monthly salary.

  • Public Prosecutor

    An advocate appointed by the Central Government or the State Government for conducting any prosecution, appeal or other proceeding on behalf of the Central Government or State Government are called Public Prosecutors. Sometimes the Government may appoint one or more Additional Public Prosecutors also.

  • Judge Advocate Generals

    Law graduates can also work in the Indian Army's legal department. A Judge Advocate General is the legal and judicial chief of the Army. The Judge Advocate General is assisted by a separate JAG branch which consists of legally qualified army officers .

    A Judge Advocate General of the Indian army advises the military personnel on their day to day matters including the Chief of the Army Staff . JAG officers provide legal help to the military in all aspects, in particular advising the presiding officers of courts-martial on military law .

  • Law Officers

    Law Officers are a critical asset to any successful organization. They provide essential legal representation and advice, helping to ensure the smooth functioning of daily operations. Public sector organizations such as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Nationalized Banks & Private sector Banks and other Public Sector Units (PSUs) hire law officers for their expertise.

  • Legal Assistants

    Legal Assistants are LLB graduates, who assist Solicitors and Advocates in handling a case. Their responsibilities include studying details of cases, preparing briefs, supplying relevant decisions or similar cases and laws connected in support of pleadings, interviewing clients, discussing case history, examining witnesses and discussing the case with a senior (Solicitor or Advocate). State public service commissions or UPSC perform examinations for appointing legal assistants.

  • Corporate Lawyer

    Corporate lawyers help companies in complying with the rules and regulations of their industry. They are responsible for assisting their client with all the legal processes related to a company’s formation and management. Private companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and automobile companies rely heavily on these professionals in order to remain compliant with applicable regulations and laws.

    The average salary of a corporate lawyer in India is INR 10 lakh per year. The upper limit for this profession is quite high and your pay can go up to INR 20 lakh per annum. This field is among the best career options in the legal sector in terms of growth opportunities and income potential.

  • Criminal Lawyer

    Criminal lawyers are responsible for representing their clients in court for criminal cases. They present cases in the court for their client in the local court, High Court, or the Supreme Court. Criminal lawyers argue their client’s case in front of a judge, question witnesses and the people related to their case, and review evidence.

  • Civil Lawyer

    Civil lawyers handle non-criminal litigation, but their duties are the same as criminal lawyers. Civil lawyers take over the litigation once a defendant hires them. A civil lawyer is responsible for all the case-related tasks such as communicating with the other party’s lawyers and the judge, interviewing the people related to the case, filing motions, hiring expert witnesses, presenting the case, and much more. There are many specializations among civil lawyers so the field is quite diverse. Common specializations in this field include divorce law, taxation law, excise law, etc.

  • Policy Researcher

    LLB graduates are well-positioned to excel in policy research positions due to their expertise in legal, political, and research fields. The skills they possess are highly sought after by civil society organizations who actively recruit graduating law students for policy research roles. In this way, LLB graduates can secure meaningful employment even before leaving campus.

  • Legal Journalist

    If you have a knack for writing, then you can pursue a career in legal journalism. Legal journalists attend court hearings and report the facts directly. They write articles for publications that could be online (blog, website, and social media) as well as offline (newspaper, magazine, etc.).

  • Legal Analyst

    Legal analysts are responsible for researching and reviewing legal issues while making recommendations on the same. They assist legal teams and lawyers in performing research, gathering evidence, preparing legal documents, and performing various tasks to help the lawyers perform their duties.

  • Legal Advisor

    One of the most career options in law is legal advisor. As a legal advisor, you could be responsible for advising your client on legal issues, preventing litigation, and taking care of contractual and regulatory problems. Legal advisors have to negotiate with the other party to resolve disputes and analyze contracts for their organization.

  • Law College Professors

    There are opportunities in the field of teaching as well. Post Graduates can become Law College Professors if they pass the NET exam.

  • Law Officers in Investigation Agencies

    Lawyers are always in demand to work with reputed investigative agencies such as CBI, FBI, ED, or state investigation agencies. Candidates are usually recruited through competitive exams or rigorous selection procedures apart from inter-service transfers.

  • Immigration Lawyer

    A specialized immigration lawyer is a professional who helps foreign clients to conduct business and stay in the country as per the immigration law. He is responsible for representing the clients involved in the immigration process that includes legal, and illegal citizens and refugees who want to reside in the country, start a business or get employment.

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