Law Courses after 12th: Everything You Need to Know

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What do Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama have in common? Interestingly, all these world-renowned leaders studied law. One of the oldest academic qualifications in the world, a law degree is highly regarded and offers exceptional career opportunities.

In India, the LLB degree is considered as one of the leading career options. Students who wish to pursue LLB courses can either opt for a 3-year (for graduates) or 5-year integrated course (for undergraduates) duration according to their qualifications.

For aspirants who have just finished their 12th, choosing an integrated course which offers specialised courses is the best option.

So, if you have also completed your 12th exams and are thinking of pursuing law; here is a list of six specialised LLB courses that are offering lucrative career opportunities today.

  1. B. Sc. LLB

B.Sc. LLB is an integrated LLB course of 5 years. It helps the students in understanding the combined principals of law and science.

In this course, students can also opt for various specialisations such as Health and Environment law, Medical and Forensic Law and Intellectual Property Rights law. Candidates of BSC. LLB have excellent career opportunities in both the private and government sector of the country.

  1. B. Com. LLB

B.Com. LLB is an undergraduate professional administrative law course. The LLB course is a combination of commerce (Specialization in Trading, Purchase, and Sales) and law (Specialization in Taxation, Legal Compliance, Entertainment Law and Secretarial Practices).

This course is a great option for students looking for an in-depth understanding of the economic practice and legal theory. Moreover, as B.Com. LLB is a specialized course, it is offered exclusively by reputable universities such as UPES. The course provides excellent industry exposure through the university’s industry alliances and student exchange programs.

  1. B.Tech LLB

Bachelor of Technology and Bachelor of Legislative Law is a unique integrated course. The course offers students a unique amalgam of the computer science world and laws related to the cyber world.

With specialisations like intellectual property rights and cyber law, this course offers lucrative opportunities for professionals in the IT world.

  1. B.A. LLB

Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Legislative Law is a 5-year administrative law course. It covers the study of arts subjects like political science, history, sociology and economics along with the comprehensive study of legislature and law.

In addition, the integrated course also covers the study of specialised fields like Labor Law, Constitutional Law, Energy Law, and Criminal Law.

  1. BBA LLB

Bachelor of Business Administration and Bachelor of Legislative Law is an amalgamated course of both business administration combined with business laws. It provides an integrated understanding of the interrelationship between management studies and their specific regulations.

Many universities also offer specialised law courses like International Trade & Investment Law, Banking, Finance & Insurance laws, and Corporate law.

  1. B.Tech Energy Technology + LLB with IPR

Bachelor of Energy Technology and Bachelor of Legislative Law is an integrated course that provides a comprehensive understanding of the dynamically changing energy techno-legal issues. As this sector heavily invests in research and development, the demand for legal protection intellectual theft has risen dramatically.

The LLB course helps students in getting ready for handling the complex techno-legal issues in the energy sector and its allied domains.

‘Summing Up’

Always remember, the education that you receive during your graduation will accompany you throughout your career.

Companies today are looking for professionals who specialize in a specific field. Choosing one of the specialized courses stated-above will help you in gaining an edge over your competitors.

Moreover, if you are planning to go for one of these courses, try to score an admission in one of the leading universities providing these courses. Check the placement percentage, faculty, industry exposure, and other vital aspects before selecting one.

This post was last modified on October 23, 2019 2:44 PM

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