LLB & LLM
LLB or Bachelor of Legislative Law as the name suggests is a 3 years Undergraduate degree course in the discipline of Law, pursued by students who possess a graduation degree with minimum 50% aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA, from a Recognized College/University.
The average fees for studying LLB course ranges between INR 1.75 – 3 Lakhs (3 years). In India the range of salary that the law firms offer ranges all the way from 25 – 30 LPA. Even for lawyers who have just graduated from college there is a wide potential range from between 5 – 10 LPA to 18 – 20 LPA. The Indian legal market stands to grow to a potential INR 8,400 crores by 2021. Of this market value, around INR 2500 crores can be attributed to contentious legal work which includes practices of complex litigation and arbitration.