25th November 2011, 08:54 PM
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What are the prospects of LLM (international law) offered by Indian Law university?


I heard that LL.M. (International Law) offered by Indian Law Universities has no future in India. Kindly clarify
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9th July 2016, 12:01 PM
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Default Re: What are the prospects of LLM (international law) offered by Indian Law university?

For LLM , You must have passed bachelor's degree in Law. To pursue LLM , You are also required to qualify the entrance exam CLAT.

CLAT LLM Syllabus
- Law of Contracts
- Family Law
- Law of Torts
- Criminal Laws
- Constitution Laws

Top Law Institutes Offering LLM
- National Law School of Indian University , Bangalore
- University of Delhi
- NALSAR University of Law , Hyderabad
- The West Bengal National University of Judicial
- The National Law Institute of University , Bhopal
- Symbiosis Law School , Pune
- Lovely Professional University , Jalandhar
- National Law University , Jodhpur

Career Prospects
After completion of LLM , You have a great career opportunities in various private as well as government sectors.

Job Types
- Legal Expert
- Legal Advisor
- Law Reporter
- Advocate
- Notary
- Public Prosecutor
- Solicitor
- Megistrate
- Attorney General
- Law Officer

Employment Areas
Banks , Education Sectors , Life Insurance Firms , Indian Railway , News Channels , Defence , Labour Department , Regularory Bodies etc.




 
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