If the world of law inspires you and the system of justice fascinates you, a career in law is for you. Legal profession is a fast growing, lucrative and the most respected career in India today. It is a very exciting and adventurous career. To pursue a career in law, one needs to pursue professional law courses. There are a number of institutes and universities in India that offer law courses. One could specialize into one of the various arms of law such as: corporation law, civil law, criminal law, and international law, labor law, patent law, tax law and so on.
In India, both government and private institutes offer under-graduate and post-graduate law courses to students. One could pursue LLB and LLM after graduation from these universities. Apart from the degree law courses, some institutes also offer diploma law courses in various disciplines such as Administrative Law, International Law, Labour Laws, Tax Laws and Corporate Laws. These small law courses are also helpful in building a successful career in law.
There are various branches of specialization in the field of law. These include civil law, criminal law, corporate law, property law, income tax law, marine law, public international law, family law, labour law, press law, excise law, constitutional law, administration law, sale of goods law, trade mark, copyright and patent law etc. Thus, there are numerous options for one to choose from. The eligibility to pursue LLB is 10+2. Course duration is 3-5 years and for a PG programme in law, the eligibility is LLB degree. Duration of LLM is two years. Once you pursue a course in law, you can opt for employment in different courts of law, in government service, as a law teacher, as a legal advisor to a company or a business house. One could also practice privately as a legal advisors advocate, solicitor etc.