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    How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    Hiiii
    how many kinds of laws are there?




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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    You can find many law courses in India. The most common course in India is B.A + L.L.B. Some other courses are B.B.A + L.L.B, B.B.A + L.L.B, B.Sc + L.L.B. The most common post graduate course in India is L.L.M. You can specialize in many streams in LLM. Some of the streams for L.L.M. are Business Law, Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, Corporate and financial law, etc. You can also find doctoral of law and M.Phil courses in law.




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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    dear friend:

    Law Streams:

    There are many different streams for studying law which are discussed below:

    Corporate/Commercial Law: This is the biggest field of practice. Corporate law involves organizing businesses, mostly contracts, liability, or intellectual property.

    1.Tax Law

    2.Intellectual Property Law

    3.Family Law

    4.Criminal Law

    5.Constitutional Law

    6.Civil Litigates

    7.International Law

    8. Labour/Employment Law

    Other types of law that one might practice are:Administrative law, municipal law, real estate law, immigration law, environmental law, entertainment law.

    all the best.

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    They are many type of Law Course in India

    List of Law Courses in India

    • B.A.LLB Courses
    • B.S.L.LL.B Courses
    • Diploma Courses
    • LL.B Courses
    • LL.M Courses
    • Ph.D Courses


    Law Entrance Exams
    CLAT SSLC, Pune Faculty of Law, Delhi University
    QLTT Amity Law School ILS, Pune
    GLC, Mumbai TNDALU, Chennai


    Careers in Law

    Civil Law Criminal Law Corporate Law
    Taxation Law Labor Law International Law
    Family Law Constitutional Law Administration Law
    Patent Law


    Top Law Colleges in India


    NLSIU, Bangalore
    NALSAR Hyderabad
    NUJS, Kolkata
    NLU, Jodhpur
    NLIU, Bhopal
    Faculty of Law, Delhi
    Government Law College, Mumbai
    ILS Law College, Pune
    Amity Law School, Delhi
    Symbiosis Law College, Pune
    Faculty of Law - BHU, Varanasi
    University Law College - Bangalore University, Bangalore
    Faculty of Law - Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
    Department of Law - Panjab University, Chandigarh
    Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai

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    hello dear

    List of Law Courses in India

    * B.A.LLB Courses
    * B.S.L.LL.B Courses
    * Diploma Courses
    * LL.B Courses
    * LL.M Courses
    * Ph.D Courses



    Law Entrance Exams
    CLAT SSLC, Pune Faculty of Law, Delhi University
    QLTT Amity Law School ILS, Pune
    GLC, Mumbai TNDALU, Chennai


    Careers in Law
    Civil Law Criminal Law Corporate Law
    Taxation Law Labor Law International Law
    Family Law Constitutional Law Administration Law
    Patent Law


    Top Law Colleges in India

    NLSIU, Bangalore
    NALSAR Hyderabad
    NUJS, Kolkata
    NLU, Jodhpur
    NLIU, Bhopal
    Faculty of Law, Delhi
    Government Law College, Mumbai
    ILS Law College, Pune
    Amity Law School, Delhi
    Symbiosis Law College, Pune
    Faculty of Law - BHU, Varanasi
    University Law College - Bangalore University, Bangalore
    Faculty of Law - Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
    Department of Law - Panjab University, Chandigarh
    Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai

    good luck

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    THere are different laws in India, they are asfollows:
    Tax Law ,
    Intellectual Property Law,
    Family Law.
    Criminal Law,
    Constitutional Law ,
    Civil Litigates ,
    International Law,
    Labour/Employment Law .

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    DEAR FRIEND:
    INADIAN LAWS



    MANY TYPES OF LAWS AVAILABLE IN INDIA:

    1)CRIMINAL LAW

    2)CONSTITUTIONAL LAW.

    3)INTERNATIONAL LAW.

    4)LABOUR LAW.

    5)FAMILY LAW

    6)TAX LAW

    LAWS ENTERANCE EXAMINATIONS:

    SSLC
    CLAT

    ALL THE BEST.............................

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    Hi
    Law courses

    The courses offered in law are as follows

    Bachelor of Laws(LL.B.)
    Master of Laws(LL.M)
    Integrated program in bachelor of laws(BA LL.B)
    Master of civil laws(MCL)
    Doctorate in laws(Ph.D degree)

    Well the course duration for LL.B is three years, and for LL.M. and MCL the duration is 2 years. most of the people do LLB after completing their BA(Bachelor of arts). If BA+LLB then it would take a duration of 5 years. You also can pursue after completing BBA as well.

    Best Luck

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    Hi friend...
    LAW:
    A law degree is an academic degree for studies in law.These are the legal studies for legal careers.their curricula may be reviewed by legal authority.
    There are mainly two types of courses present in the Law study ,and the interested candidates can perform these studies after completing their 12th.
    Two types of courses available are
    *B.A.L.L.B-It is a 5 year course and candidates can go for this study after completing their 12th and this is a graduate programe in law.
    *L.L.B-This is a 3 year course and this course is available after completing graduation..
    *L.L.M-This course of study is the post graduate degree programe and students who are interested can do this post graduation degree in law..
    There are various branches available in law,some of them are..
    1-Civil Law
    2-Criminal Law
    3-Corporate Law
    4-Administrative Law
    5-Cyber Law
    6-Labour Law
    7-Constitutional Law
    8-Patent Law

    There are also so many institutes in India which are providing Law courses,some of them are.
    *Aditya college of Law-Agra (UP)
    *Amity Law school-New Delhi
    *Andhra University-Visakhapatnam
    *Bangalore university-Bangalore
    *ILS Law college-Pune
    *Kakatiya university-Warangal(AP)
    *Mangalore university-Karnataka
    *Nagpur university-Maharashtra
    *National Law school of India university- Bangalore
    *Osmania university-Hyderabad
    *Shivaji university-Maharashtra
    *University of bombay-Maharashtra
    *University of Lucknow-Lucknow
    *University of Madras-Madras
    *University of Mysore-Mysore

    These are some of the top Law colleges in India which are offering the Law courses in both graduation level and also in the Post graduation level..
    REGARDS:

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    MY DEAR.....

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    NOT ONLY THESE THERE ARE SO MANY LAWS COURSES....

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    * B.A.LLB Courses
    * B.S.L.LL.B Courses
    * Diploma Courses
    * LL.B Courses
    * LL.M Courses
    * Ph.D Courses

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    These are the courses which offered for Indian Law :-

    1-Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.).It's three year Duration course.
    2-Master of Laws (LL.M.).It's two year Duration course.
    3-Integrated Program in Bachelor of Laws (BA LL.B.).It's five year Duration course.
    4-Master of Civil Law (MCL).It's two year Duration Course.
    5-Doctorate in law (Ph.D. degree).

    Some Institute also offer one year Diploma Course for the various areas of Laws.

    These are the Top Law Colleges By this you can get complete information regarding the Law Courses :-

    1- Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai
    2- Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
    3 NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
    4 Campus Law Centre, Delhi University, Delhi
    5 Symbiosis Societys Law College, Pune
    6 ILS Law College, Pune
    7 Government Law College, Mumbai
    8- Amity Law School, Delhi
    9 Faculty of Law, AMU, Aligarh
    10 Faculty of Law, BHU, Varanasi
    11 Deptt. Of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh
    12 School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
    13 Deptt. Of Law, Calcutta University, Kolkata
    14 Govt. Law College, Kerala University, Thiruvananthpuram

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    List of Law Courses in India

    B.A.LLB Courses::Bachelor of arts of law.
    B.S.L.LL.B Courses::Bachelor of socio legal science bachelor of law
    Diploma Courses
    LL.B Courses::Bachelor of Law
    LL.M Courses::Master of Law
    Ph.D Courses:: Doctor of philosophy.

    To get admission in good LAW college you can appear for any one of the following LAW exams::

    Admission to NLU Orissa and NLU Assam through CLAT
    CET IP
    NLU exam
    CLAT LAW exam
    SET LAW exam

    Career in LAW ::

    Corporate counsel /Consultant
    Working in a law firm .
    Research and academics
    Social advocates

    Good colleges which provides different law courses are ::

    Army Institute of Law
    Arundathi Education Trust Law College
    Arunodaya Institute of Legal Studies
    Ashoka Law College
    ASNSs Mahatma Gandhi Ji Law College
    Athgarh Law College
    AVR Amrutha College of Law
    B. C. S. Government P. G. College
    B. V. V. Sangha's S. C. Nandimath Law College
    Baba Farid Law College
    Babu Jagjeevan Ram Law College
    Balaji Law College
    Balasore Law College
    Baldeo Shri Dhar Law College
    Balgangadhar Tilak Law College
    Balurghat Law College

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    hi ,friend

    In india,there are many tpyes of law courses

    CIVIL lAW
    consumer law
    agriculture law
    entertainment law
    sports law
    animal law
    tax law
    business law
    family law
    international law

    CORPORATE LAW
    CRIMINAL LAW
    ADMINISTRATION LAW
    CYBER LAW
    LABOUR LAW
    PATENT LAW
    CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

    best of luck...........

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    THere are different laws in India, they are asfollows:
    Tax Law ,
    Intellectual Property Law,
    Family Law.
    Criminal Law,
    Constitutional Law ,
    Civil Litigates ,
    List of Law Courses in India
    B.A.LLB Courses
    B.S.L.LL.B Courses
    Diploma Courses
    LL.B Courses
    LL.M Courses
    Ph.D Courses
    Law Entrance Exams
    CLAT SSLC, Pune Faculty of Law, Delhi University
    QLTT Amity Law School ILS, Pune
    GLC, Mumbai TNDALU, ChennaiCareers in Law
    Civil Law Criminal Law Corporate Law
    Taxation Law Labor Law International Law
    Family Law Constitutional Law Administration Law
    Patent Law
    good luck

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hiiii
    how many kinds of laws are there?

    If your interested to apply for Law then you should apply for LLB course .

    LLB stands for Bachelor of Law . It is an professional course . The duration of the course is for three years and the course is divided into six semester . The course in include the extra activity like , Seminars , Practical Training , etc... There is good scope for Both the government as well as private sectors for LLB course .

    Types of law Course :
    • Criminal law
    • Administrative Law
    • International Law
    • Patent law
    • Tax Laws
    • Labor Laws
    • Civil law
    • Corporate Laws

    For LBB course you should qualified for bachelor degree in any stream with 55% percentage of marks from recognized recognized university . If your belong from sc/st candidate then relaxation is given for 45% percentage of marks .

    you should also qualified for entrance examination like , Common Law Admission Test , Law School Admission Test , National Law School of India University test , Rajasthan University Test etc.....

    For this examination , you have go through the following syllabus like , Language Ability , Social Studies , General Knowledge , General Science , Legal Reasoning , Aptitude of Learning , etc.....

    You to score good percentage of marks in entrance examination so that you can get admission for LLB course in reputed college .

    For LLB course having general subjects like , Code of Civil Procedure , Contracts , Jurisprudence , Legal Methods , Litigation Advocacy , Political Science .

    If yoru satisfy the eligibility criteria then you can take any kind for LLB course as you wish , Every specialization have good scope .

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    Dear friend,

    My friend there are many courses of Law in India.It depend on you which course you select and suits you better.

    LLB is mainly of two types

    1. 3 yr B.A L.L.B course

    2.5 yr integrated L.L.B course.

    you can also do Diploma Course in law.

    you can also do Ph.D in Law.


    For taking admission in LLB college you have to appear for entrance exam conducted by different universities.

    List of LLB Entrance Exams:

    1.CLAT is the main exam for LLB.

    2.QLTT

    There are so many colleges which provide LLB course.

    LIst of some good college:

    Pune Faculty of Law, Pune

    Delhi University

    GLC, Mumbai

    TNDALU, Chennai

    NLSIU, Bangalore

    Government Law College, Mumbai

    Symbiosis Law College, Pune

    Faculty of Law - BHU, Varanasi

    University Law College - Bangalore University

    Faculty of Law - Aligarh Muslim University

    Army Institute Of Law

    So you have to appear for entrance exam and you will get admission in good college.

    best of lk..

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    Civil law covers a wide spectrum of topics. Some of these topics are:

    Consumer law
    International law
    Agricultural law
    Employment law
    Animal law
    Entertainment law
    Business law
    Family law
    Sports law
    Tax law
    Intentional torts such as libel, slander, defamation of character, battery and assault.

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hiiii
    how many kinds of laws are there?
    Hi


    Law course is basically an arts course, which is done as a graduation by students who want to study about Law, and become a lawyer.

    I am listing some of the most opted Law courses in our country. You may choose whichever you want to study ::
    • Tax Law
    • Labour/Employment Law
    • Administrative law
    • Intellectual Property Law
    • Family Law
    • Criminal Law
    • Real estate law
    • Immigration law
    • Environmental law
    • Entertainment law
    • Constitutional Law
    • Civil Litigates
    • International Law
    • Municipal law

    These are some of the potential Law courses in our country.

    Hope it helps

    All the best.

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    LAW:-
    A law degree is an academic degree for studies in law.These are the legal studies for legal careers.their curricula may be reviewed by legal authority.
    There are mainly two types of courses present in the Law study ,and the interested candidates can perform these studies after completing their 12th.


    Two types of courses available are,

    *B.A.L.L.B-It is a 5 year course and candidates can go for this study after completing their 12th and this is a graduate programe in law.
    *L.L.B-This is a 3 year course and this course is available after completing graduation..
    *L.L.M-This course of study is the post graduate degree programe and students who are interested can do this post graduation degree in law..
    There are various branches available in law,some of them are..
    1-Civil Law
    2-Criminal Law
    3-Corporate Law
    4-Administrative Law
    5-Cyber Law
    6-Labour Law
    7-Constitutional Law
    8-Patent Law
    There are also so many institutes in India which are providing Law courses,some of them are.
    *Aditya college of Law-Agra (UP)
    *Amity Law school-New Delhi
    *Andhra University-Visakhapatnam
    *Bangalore university-Bangalore
    *ILS Law college-Pune
    *Kakatiya university-Warangal(AP)
    *Mangalore university-Karnataka
    *Nagpur university-Maharashtra
    *National Law school of India university- Bangalore
    *Osmania university-Hyderabad
    *Shivaji university-Maharashtra
    *University of bombay-Maharashtra
    *University of Lucknow-Lucknow
    *University of Madras-Madras
    *University of Mysore-Mysore

    These are some of the top Law colleges in India which are offering the Law courses in both graduation level and also in the Post graduation level..

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    Dear friend,

    There are many types of Law Courses available in India.As you want to know about the different types of Law Courses in India,so you don't worry,here I am providing you the list of all types of Law courses available in India and also their competitive exams and reputed Colleges for Law courses in India.

    Types of Law courses in India:


    Administrative Law

    Criminal Law

    Family Law

    Public Law

    Comparative Law

    Patent Law

    Cyber Law

    Labour Law

    Constitutional Law

    Human Rights Law

    Environmental Law


    For taking admission in to any type of Law courses in India,you must have to clear any of the following Law Entrance Exams.These exams are conducted by various Universities and Colleges.On the basis of your rank in these Entrance exams,you will be assigned Colleges.The higher rank you will score,the better Colleges you will get.

    Entrance exams for Law Courses:


    Common Law Admission Test(CLAT)

    National Law University(NLU) Entrance Test.

    Symbiosis Law School Entrance Exam.

    National Law Institute University Entrance Exam.

    Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test.

    Christ College of Law Entrance Test.

    Gujarat National Law University Entrance Exam
    .


    India has many reputed Colleges for several types of Law courses.These Colleges provide excellent quality teaching and developing environment.You must achieve a good rank in the Entrance exams in order to get admission in reputed Law Colleges.

    Most reputed Law Colleges in India are:


    Aligarh Muslim University-Faculty of Law

    ICFAI Law School

    Bharati Vidyapeeth University

    KIIT Law School

    Amity Law School

    National Law Institute University

    Symbiosis Law College

    ILS Law College

    Faculty of Law,Delhi University

    Amity Law School

    KLE Society's Law College

    Faculty of Law-Lucknow University

    Army Institute of Law



    All the best.

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    There are many different streams for studying law which are discussed below:

    Corporate/Commercial Law: This is the biggest field of practice. Corporate law involves organizing businesses, mostly contracts, liability, or intellectual property.

    1.Tax Law

    2.Intellectual Property Law

    3.Family Law

    4.Criminal Law

    5.Constitutional Law

    6.Civil Litigates

    7.International Law

    8. Labour/Employment Law

    Other types of law that one might practice are:Administrative law, municipal law, real estate law, immigration law,



    environmental law, entertainment law.



    List of LLB Entrance Exams:

    1.CLAT is the main exam for LLB.

    2.QLTT

    There are so many colleges which provide LLB course.

    LIst of some good college:

    Pune Faculty of Law, Pune

    Delhi University

    GLC, Mumbai

    TNDALU, Chennai

    NLSIU, Bangalore

    Government Law College, Mumbai

    Symbiosis Law College, Pune

    Faculty of Law - BHU, Varanasi

    University Law College - Bangalore University

    Faculty of Law - Aligarh Muslim University

    Army Institute Of Law

    So you have to appear for entrance exam and you will get admission in good college.

    best of lk..
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    IF I GET 45% MARKS IN BA HONS CAN I CHANCE IN BEST LAW COLLEGES !?

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    dear friend ,

    there are many courses of law .but the list of law courses available in India are :-

    B.A.LLB COURSES ,

    B.S.L.LL.B COURSES ,

    DIPLOMA COURSES ,

    LL.B COURSES ,

    LL.M COURSES ,

    PH.D COURSES .


    ALSO LIST OF CAREER OPTIONS AFTER DOING LAW :-

    civil law ,

    corporate law ,

    criminal law ,

    taxation law ,

    patent law ,

    family law ,

    administrative law ,

    constitutional law ,

    labor law ,

    international law .


    friend these options have good scope in future .

    all the best .

    avinashparashar .

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    FRIEND,



    TOP LAW COURSES -

    Family Law
    International Law
    Employment Law
    Criminal Law
    Constitutional Law
    Civil Litigates
    Tax Law
    Intellectual Property Law
    Corporate Law



    Top Law Colleges in India

    Government Autonomous PG College Datia
    VES College of Law
    Vivekananda College of Law
    Virendra Kumar Singhal Law College
    Vardhman Law College
    Unique College of Law
    Teju Singh Memorial Law College
    SS Law College
    Seth Rajnarayan Gupta Law College for Women
    Sanjivnie College of Law
    Sankalp Institute of Law
    Ravindra Nath Tagore Law College
    Reliable Institute of Law
    Rajputana Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    Rajiv Gandhi Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    Rajasthan Law College Jhunjhunu
    Radiant College of Law
    Mahila Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    Lord Mahavira College of Law
    Lincoln College of Law
    Faculty of Law Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth
    Kisan Vidhi Mahavidyalaya
    Kamla Nehru Vidhi Sansthan
    Jodhpur Law College and Research Centre
    Islamia College of Law
    H. S. Law College
    IMS Law College
    Government Law College Garhwal
    Government Law College Chennai
    Faculty of Law Jai Narain Vyas University



    BEST OF LUCK........

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    AFTER BA.LLB WHAT SHOULD I DO

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    Re: How many types of Law courses are available in India?

    Hi.............
    Friends,

    List of LAW courses in India:

    --> LLB Courses
    --> LLM Courses
    --> B.A LLB Courses
    --> Diploma Courses
    --> BSL LLB Courses
    --> Ph.D Courses


    Careers in Law

    --> Patent Law
    --> Taxation Law Labor Law International Law
    --> Family Law Constitutional Law Administration Law
    --> Civil Law Criminal Law Corporate Law

    Top Law Colleges in India

    --> Faculty of Law - BHU, Varanasi
    --> University Law College - Bangalore University, Bangalore
    --> Faculty of Law - Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
    --> NLU, Jodhpur
    --> Department of Law - Panjab University, Chandigarh
    --> Dr. Ambedkar Law University, Chennai
    --> NLIU, Bhopal
    --> Faculty of Law, Delhi
    --> Government Law College, Mumbai
    --> ILS Law College, Pune
    --> Amity Law School, Delhi
    --> Symbiosis Law College, Pune
    --> NLSIU, Bangalore
    --> NALSAR Hyderabad
    --> NUJS, Kolkata


    All the best....

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    what is the age limit to study tax law?

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    sir can u tell me which is best course from all these courses ?

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    hi,,

    You should the following ways

    Then you choose bettor course

    Then after complete how the bettor career line

    For the fix rat are career education line

    1.Tax Law

    2.Intellectual Property Law

    3.Family Law

    4.Criminal Law

    5.Constitutional Law

    6.Civil Litigates

    7.International Law

    8. Labour/Employment Law

    that's it

    ALL THE BEST

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