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    What are the career options after LLM?

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    Re: What are the career options after LLM?

    There are immense career opportunities after completing the LLM course. LLM graduates can specialize in various fields. This is a post graduate degree in Law which has got wide spread recognition. After successfully completing the LLM course, there are many job opportunities available in the central and state government departments. Some of the job options are judges in various courts, Attorney journals, solicitor, public prosecutors etc. Also the opportunities are available in NGOs, labor departments, defense sector etc. Getting in to academic positions in various law colleges is also possible after successful completion of the course.




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    Re: What are the career options after LLM?

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    hi
    What are the career options after LLM
    LLM or Master of Law is a postgraduate degree awarded to law students who have completed 2 years of higher studies after law graduation.

    >>It is a two year program with four semesters. The LLM course is recognized by UGC. In India for practicing as a lawyer LLM is not required.

    >>The course is introduced to make the law graduate to have specialization in their interested areas.

    >>The major areas of specialization includes Family law, Taxation Law, constitutional law etc. In India there are many universities/institution which offers Master of Laws for students.

    After the LLM course one can go for practicing law as a profession and also go for even higher studies.
    >>>After completing LLM with the license form BCI on can do legal practice in India. They can also be able to join judicial services by taking the exams conducted by PSC.
    >>You can also work independently as a consultant or with the private sector.

    If somebody ready to go with their studies they can do P.G Diploma in specialized fields like Women’s Rights and Human Rights. Some other options can be.
    • M. Phil. Law
    • Ph.D. Law
    • Doctor of Laws (LL.D)

    Job and Career options for LLM

    Some of the job areas and types are,

    Employment Areas
    • Banks.
    • Business Houses.
    • Educational Institutes.
    • Legal Constancies.
    • News Channels.
    • Newspapers.
    • Judiciary.
    • Private Practice.
    • Sales Tax and Excise Departments.

    Job Types
    • Advocates.
    • Attorney General.
    • District and Sessions Judge.
    • Law Reporters.
    • Legal Advisor’s.
    • Magistrate.
    • Munsifs (Sub-Magistrate).
    • Notary.
    • Oath Commissioner.
    • Public Prosecutor.
    • Solicitors.
    • Teachers.
    • Trustees.

    Remuneration after LLM

    >>>Salaries of an LLM graduate can vary according to the experience, industry, and Client and job type. They can work in private as well as public sector.
    >>>In government sector the salaries are based on the Government norms and conditions.
    >>>For some experienced persons lakhs are offered for an hour.
    >>>The private sector also offers high salary for the efficient legal personals.

    good luck !!!

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    Re: What are the career options after LLM?

    Hi,
    After completing LLM, there are lots of jobs – opportunity in many sectors like – state government, central government, NGOs etc. LLM graduates can be appointed as judges in various courts in different roles like public prosecutors, Solicitor General etc. one can work as a lecturer in different reputed Law schools or universities.

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    Re: What are the career options after LLM?

    FRIEND,



    LLM is a degree of law of duration of 3 years and after doing this degree you can practice in courts and it has lots of career prospects and career opportunities.

    Lawyers have career opportunities both in public and private sector organizations.

    Those who wanted advocacy and choose to practice law as a profession can be appointed as
    • Judges
    • Attorney and Solicitor General
    • Public Prosecutor
    • Tax, Defense and Labor departments.
    • Legal counsels and advisors for firms, organizations and families
    • Company Secretaries
    • Job in legal consultancy firms dealing excise, patent, labor and environmental laws
    • Job as trustees of diverse trusts
    • Law reporters in media industries.
    • Teachers or professors at colleges and universities.
    • Job in UNO, ILO, and ICJ

    TOP LAW COLLEGES IN INDIA:
    • National Law School of India Univ, Bangalore
    • NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
    • National Law Institute University, Bhopal
    • National Law University, Jodhpur
    • Campus Law Center, Delhi University, Delhi
    • WB National Univ of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
    • Symbiosis Society's Law college, Pune
    • ILS Law College, Pune
    • Government Law College, Mumbai
    • Amity Law School, Delhi
    • Faculty of Law, AMU, Aligarh
    • University Law College, Bangalore Univ., Bangalore
    • Faculty of Law Mumbai University, Mumbai
    • Faculty of Law BHU, Varanasi
    • Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
    • Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
    • School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
    • Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law Univ., Chennai
    • Army Institute of Law, Mohali
    • Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
    • DES Law College, Pune
    • Deptt of Law Calcutta University, Kolkata
    • Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
    • Govt Law College, Kerala Univ, Thiruvananthapuram
    • Faculty of Law, Allahabad University Allahabad

    The LAW Entrance exams conducted in the INDIA for the admission of students for the LAW Courses are:
    • Gujarat National Law University Entrance Examination
    • Chanakya National Law University Entrance Exam
    • Government of Kerala Law Entrance Examination
    • Aligarh Muslim University
    • Christ College of Law Entrance Test
    • Government Law College Maharashtra
    • Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test
    • National University of Advanced Legal Studies
    • W. Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences exam
    • Symbiosis Law School Entrance Exam
    • Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
    • National Law Institute University Entrance Examination
    • National Law University (NLU) Entrance Test

    GOOD LUCK.

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    Re: What are the career options after LLM?

    Hello friend !!

    LLM ------- Masters of Law.

    Master of Law is a postgraduate degree awarded to law students who have completed 2 years of higher studies after law graduation.
    The LLM course is recognized by UGC.

    Duration : It is a two year program with four semesters.

    The major areas of specialization includes Family law, Taxation Law, constitutional law etc.

    Eligibility Criteria for LLM Course :

    If you have successfully completed your LLB course only eligible to apply for the course.

    This course is directly meant for the aspirants of Bachelors of Law.

    There is no Age restriction for this course.

    The course can also be pursued through distance learning mode also.

    Even if you are practicing Lawyers also can opt for the course through distance learning.

    Note : In India for practicing as a lawyer LLM is not required.

    Top 10 LLM Colleges in India :

    Army Institute of Law, Mohali
    Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College
    Christ University, School of Law
    Indian Law Institute
    Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat
    Kerala Law Academy
    NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
    National Law School of India University (NLS, NLSIU)
    University of Delhi
    University of Mumbai (Bombay)

    If you attain an LLM Degree from these institutions, then the degree will be highly valuable everywhere in the country.

    To get into these colleges, you need to crack the entrance examination conducted by the different Universities individually.

    If you are interested in a certain college then please Register to that respective entrance exam.
    For this you can contact the University itself for admission procedure and also the application forms.
    In general, the applications fee can be in the range of Rs.500-2500/-.


    After LLM ....

    <<<<<<<<Where there is a will there is way.>>>>>>>>

    After the LLM course you can go for practicing law as a profession and also go for even higher studies.

    After completing LLM with the license form BCI on can do legal practice in India.

    You can also be able to join judicial services by taking the exams conducted by PSC.

    One can also work independently as a consultant or with the private sector.

    Employment Areas where you can step in for Employment after the course :

    Banks, Business Houses, Educational Institutes, Legal Constancies, News Channels, Newspapers, Judiciary, Private Practice, Sales Tax and Excise Departments.


    If you are interested in Higher Studies, then there are also options for you for further studies.

    You can Pursue any of the following courses :

    M. Phil. Law
    Ph.D. Law
    Doctor of Laws (LL.D)
    Also P.G Diploma in specialized fields like Women’s Rights and Human Rights.

    Good Luck !!

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    Re: What are the career options after LLM?

    Quote Originally Posted by Bhola View Post
    hi
    What are the career options after LLM


    Hello friend...


    *LLM is also called as Master of Law

    *LLM is a post graduation course which is internationally recognized course. This course is a two year programme offered by many universities and institutions in the country

    *Most of the law graduates and professional pursue this postgraduate law course to obtain experience in specialized fields of law.

    *These specialized fields include

    -Tax law

    -International law

    -Civil law

    -criminal law


    Why LLM ?

    -->LLM course is mostly chosen by those graduates who wish to purse the law in specialized areas.

    -->These professionals have huge opportunities in public and in private sectors.

    -->Lawyers have ample career choices in private sectors. Most of them prefer to work as advocates and practice law as a profession.

    Opportunities

    *You can be recruited by the recognized firms as company secretaries. The legal consulting agency which deals with

    -Tax

    -labor

    -excise


    Jobs in Government Sector after LLM

    *you are having many opportunities in Central as well as in State government services.

    -->You can be appointed as judges in various courts in diverse roles such as Attorney and Solicitor General or as public prosecutors

    -->You have also opportunities in defense, Labor and tax departments.

    -->Various international organizations such as UNO, ILO, ICJ, etc. employ the LLM graduates based on their reputation and experience records.

    *You are also having plenty of opportunities as lecturers or professors in various reputed Law schools or universities.

    Job Prospects Abroad after LLM

    *There are many career opportunities after completing the LLM course. LLM graduates can specialize in various fields.

    *Some of the job options are judges in

    -various courts

    - Attorney journals

    -solicitor

    -public prosecutors etc.



    good luck

    all the best

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    Re: What are the career options after LLM?

    There are many options available for you after LLM..

    You can be recruited by the recognized firms as company secretaries. The legal consulting agency which deals with

    Tax Department

    labor

    excise

    Tax law

    -International law

    -Civil law

    -criminal law

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