Law and order of a country is very essential with the help of educated lawyers in the country, read further to know about the courses!
India is developing at fast pace and its law and order conditions need to be kept balanced for the safety and security of the citizens. Many candidates like to take up law courses for a promising future. The candidates must be ready for long term study and practice well in the field to become experts in this branch of study.
There are many branches of law courses which one can opt for.
- Business law
- Constitutional law and Human Rights
- Intellectual Property Law
- International Law and Organization
- Environmental law and legal order
- Criminal law and Criminal Justice Administration
- Human Rights and Duties Administration
- Labour and Administrative law
- Taxation law
- LLB (3 YEAR)
- LLB (5 YEAR)
Candidates opting for BA LLB courses, BBA LLB courses, B Com LLB and BCA LLB courses of duration 5 years must pass 10+2 Higher Secondary examinations from recognized board and institution.
Candidates opting for 3 years LLB course can be from any Bachelor’s discipline.
Post graduate diploma course of one year can be taken if one have passed graduation degree with decent records.
- One can become lawyer and practice privately y taking up various kinds of cases.
- Good lawyers are appointed by corporate and companies to look into their taxes and financial transactions.
- Assist High court and Supreme Court judges.
- Work as apprentice in law firms and undergo training to assist reputed lawyers.
- Take up income tax as specialization and make return files.
- Solve cases related to lands and properties.
- Lawyers are appointed to look into matters of personal relationships.
- All good government organizations and private organizations appoint lawyers to keep their company safe and secure when law is concerned.
- Lawyers can be appointed to get back personal property from disputed areas.
- Lawyers are required to make agreement of land selling and buying.
- Good lawyers are required for making wills, probates and succession certificates.