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L.L.M. (Master of Legislative Law) is postgraduate Law course. Law is a rule or body of rules of conduct established and regulated by an authority. The duration of Master of Law is two years. Master of Law Degree is divided mostly into four or more semesters depending upon the Institute. As per Express News Service, dated – 19 Nov, 2009, the duration of the Two Year L.L.M. (Master of Law) course could soon be reduced to one year. This was one of the recommendations made by the HRD Ministry’s Round Table on Legal Education. The maximum duration to complete this course may vary, as per Banaras Hindu University the course should be completed in maximum four years duration. L.L.M. course structure is based upon various specializations. Correspondence or Distance Masters Degree Course is also offered by various Institutes.


LL.M. ELIGIBILITY


The LL.M. program can be pursued only by those, who have successfully completed their under graduation in law i.e. L.L.B./B.L. Degree/5 Year LL.B. Degree Course under 10+2+5 pattern or an equivalent Degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks in the aggregate (50% in case of reserved Categories, i.e., S.C./S.T./Persons with Disability). Percentage and other criteria are mostly the same but may vary as per an institute’s policy.
There is no restriction on the age for admission to most of the Master degree Law Courses offered through the mode of  distance learning. In fact, a candidate with graduate degree from any recognized university is eligible to earn Law Masters Degree through Distance Learning. Even candidates studying any other course through regular classroom module can opt for these Law courses.The admission procedure and mode of selection of  various Law Schools may differ but the screening is based on merit of the  candidate. The intake for the LL.M. Degree Program varies depending upon the institute.Certain seats are allocated to Foreign Nationals. As per NALSAR, Foreign Nationals are exempted from taking the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The admission shall be made on the basis of  academic record of B.L./LL.B. or equivalent Degree recognized by U.G.C./Association of Indian Universities with not less than 55% marks or  equivalent grade and Copy of the Student Visa endorsement on the Passport.


SOME OF LL.M. SPECIALIZATION

Constitutional Law

Family Law

Taxation Law

Corporate Law and Governance (including International Business Criminal Law

Environmental Law

Human Insurance Laws

Intellectual Property Law

International Trade and Business Laws

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