Law is a subject which requires good presence of mind and the skill to present their view to the people. Law is one of the most growing and respected professions. The course BA LLB is an undergraduate degree in law. The structure of this course is to make students very proficient with the skills to understand legal issues and solve them to maintain peace, justice and order in society. The course is of three or five years duration depending on the different colleges. The core subjects which will be taught are Social Science which includes History, Political Science, Sociology, Economics, along with legal subjects like torts, contracts and constitutional law. After graduating, law students practice in Indian courts or they go for post graduation.
Our list highlights some of the most popular specializations so you can become acquainted with options you may not have previously considered and choose your electives accordingly.
Specializations : Civil Law, Criminal Law, Corporate Law, Income Tax Law, International Law, Labour Law, Constitutional Law, Patent Law, Advertising law, Admiralty law, Agency law, Alcohol law, Alternative dispute resolution, Animal law, Antitrust law, Appellate practice, Art law, Aviation law, Banking law, Bankruptcy law, Bioethics, Business law, Business organizations law, Civil law or common law, Class action litigation/Mass tort litigation, Communications law, Computer law, Conict of law, Constitutional law, Construction law, Consumer law, Contract law, Copyright law, Corporate law, Criminal law, Cryptography law, Cultural property law, Custom (law), Cyber law, Defamation, Derivatives and futures law, Drug control law, Elder law, Employee benets law (ERISA), Employment law, Energy law, Entertainment law, Environmental law, Equipment nance law, Evidence, Family law, FDA law, Financial services regulation law, Firearm law, Food law, Franchise law, Gaming law, Health and safety law, Health law, Immigration law, Insurance law, Intellectual property law etc