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.

Research Streams

Popular Law Specializations

Company LawBusiness Law
Corporate LawCriminal Law

Why LLB ?

There is not one but innumerable reasons to prove the fact that why one should pursue LLB courses. Below mentioned are few of them for your reference,

  • Multitudes of Career Options: Other than becoming a lawyer, law graduates are desirable candidates for various fields such as media and law, academia, commerce and industry, social work, politics and more. You will find studying law can take you anywhere.
  • Financial Stability: Obtaining a law degree may not guarantee an immediate success or an exceedingly large amount of money but it’s close. This professional qualification allows you to enjoy job security and a higher salary compared to those without.
  • Master Critical Thinking, Strong Reasoning and Analytical Skills: The knowledge and skills gained from studying law facilitates students to analyse both sides of complex situations or problems and to device the best solution based on strong reasoning and critical thinking.
  • Respect and Prestige: Many law graduates become successful in various industries and some go on to become world leaders who are highly respected.


Who Should Do an LLB?

  • Students who wish to pursue a career in law can choose LLB, it is just the stepping stone for this career.
  • Law promises a high salary if you complete LLB, if you do LLM then the salary would gradually increase.
  • Candidates need a lot of knowledge, patience and other rational qualities to proficiently do their job in law.

LLB Admission process can be of two types:

  • Merit Based: Some colleges generate their cut off list, and if one has scored within the asked criteria, then he or she becomes eligible to take admission in LLB course.
  • Entrance Based: All the top LLB colleges like Osmania University, etc organize LLB entrances like TS LAWCET, AP LAWCET, SET SLAT, DU LLB, etc.

Skills Required to Pursue LLB Courses

Every profession requires certain skill sets, which if mastered can bring immense success and also help solidify the foundation for the particular course.Similarly,  LLB  too requires certain skill sets which should be inculcated by an aspiring  LLB  student or an  LLB  graduate for a brighter future ahead.

Commercial AwarenessEye for DetailTime Management
Communication SkillsEye for Detail Academic PotentialLegal Research and Analysis
Self Confidence and ResilienceHolding Patience

BA LLB / BBA LLB Eligibility Criteria :

Aspirants meet the eligibility criteria for BBA LLB course if they have completed their Class 12 from a recognised board. Apart from this, most law colleges/institutes also state that candidates are eligible to apply for a BBA LLB course if they secure a minimum of 45 percent aggregate at their Class 12 level (for SC/ ST category candidates the range of this minimum marks percentage is 40 percent).
There is no specific age limit criteria that candidates need to fulfill in order to apply for BBA LLB course admissions.
Bachelor of Business Administration & Bachelor of Legislative Law (BBA LLB) or (BA LLB) is a five-year course on completion of which the aspirants are offered a professional degree. BBA LLB is an integrated law course wherein aspirants are taught subjects related to Business Administration as well as Law. As part of a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) LLB course aspirants are first taught Commerce subjects such as Principles of Management, Financial Accounting, Computer Applications, Effective Communication, etc. Thereafter, aspirants are taught law subjects such as Law of Torts, Family Law, Constitutional Law, Property Law, Company Law, Administrative Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law, and the likes.
The maximum duration within which an aspirant must complete their BBA LLB or BA LLB course is eight years. As part of an integrated BBA LLB or BA LLB course, aspirants are taught various topics by means of classroom teaching, case studies and moot courts.

About Master of Law (LL.M)

Master of law, also popularly known as the LLM programme, is a two-year postgraduate course in the field of law. Graduates who have pursued a Bachelor of Law (LL.B) and want to pursue specific specialisations in the field of law can take up LLM programmes. The programme focuses on certain areas of law that the candidates have opted. The course is designed to provide education regarding trademarks and trademark law practice in India and across the world. Candidates enrolled in these programmes also learn about various international treaties, agreements and conventions. From the legal history to various present-day legal constraints, different segments of the law are covered in the LLM programme.

Eligibility Criteria for LLM Course

Candidates are eligible to apply for admission in an LLM course if they have completed their graduation in law, that is, if the aspirant has secured his/ her LLB/ Bachelor of Law/ Five Year Integrated LLM course from a recognized university/ college.

Popular LL.M Specialisations

Popular LL.M Specialisations
  • Constitutional Law
  • International Trade and Business Law
  • Taxation Law
  • Insurance Laws
  • Family Law
  • Corporate law and governance
  • Environmental Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Human rights
  • Intellectual property Law
  • Jurisprudence

Master of Law (LL.M) Highlights

Check the major highlights of the programme of LLM in the table given below.
Short NameLLM
Full NameMaster Of Law
Course LevelPostgraduate
SpecialisationAs opted by the candidate
Duration2 Years
Course ModeRegular/ Distance/ Part-Time
Minimum Qualification RequiredBachelor degree in Law
Selection ProcessEntrance Exam/ Merit-based
Average Course FeeRs. 65,000 to 1.50 Lakhs