Category: Legal Studies Books ( Law Books)

Legal Studies Books LawBooks: Law is a career stream that aspirants can pursue at undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) or doctorate (PhD) level to study, research, and practice in India. Law as a career is prestigious, and is popular among students in India. Law practitioners include famous people like Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Ram Jethmalani, as well as the former US President Barack Obama.

Scope of law as a career is immense in India as opportunities expand in corporate houses, law firms, law agencies, administrative services, and the like. These days, law graduates not only get dressed in black and white apparel to represent court but also make their presence felt with groundbreaking cases and legal reforms to make a difference. If you look at the history of law in India, it has seen some revolutionary changes before and after the Constitution was born. The Bar Council of India (BCI) was established to regulate and manage Legal education and profession in India.

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Legal Studies Books LawBooks: A career in law requires one to put in overtime grind spent in legal research. This sounds laborious, however, in oder to sort black and white of a case, one has to immerse himself in to legal research. There are no shortcuts in law, and for even a good lawyer, it takes years of legal practice to become sharp-witted.

Legal Studies Books LawBooks Due to popular case laws, aspirants prefer criminal or civil specialisations in law. However, nowadays, law specialisations including cyber lawpatent law, Commercial law, Litigation, family law, as well as corporate law are gaining popularity among Indian law aspirants.

One can study law in India at various levels as under:

  • To make a career in law, aspirants can study five-year integrated LLB courses at Undergraduate level such as BA LLBBBA LLBBLS-LLBBSc LLB or BCom LLB
  • If candidates have already completed their graduation in other stream, and now they wish to make a career in law, then they pursue a three year LLB course
  • For those who want to make a career as Legal Researcher by studying law further, India law colleges also offer two-year or one-year master’s degree in law (LLM) followed by a doctoral degree (PhD).