Master of Law in India

About Master of Law

By Vidhi Gautam Last Updated: November 17th, 2020

LLM or Masters of Legislative Laws is a postgraduate law degree that comes up with a duration of 2 years. This course can be pursued only after completing an LLB degree. It is generally done in specific specializations such as International Law, Corporate Law, Business Law, Criminal Law, etc. Law graduates who want to continue their studies in the same field or discipline can go for the LLM course. The program focuses on certain areas of law that the Students have opted for. Students also learn about various international treaties, agreements, and conventions.

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