LAW

Law has been one of the most respected professions in India and worldwide since centuries. In litigant societies like the US and other western countries, legal career is one of the most sought after careers and only the brightest minds get admission in the top law schools. This trend is fast catching up in India too and law career options are opening up fast. Legal education in India has undergone a sea change since the pre and post-independence decades when brilliant Indian student used to go to the US and the UK to pursue legal education. The establishment of the first National Law School in Bangalore (NLSIU) has given a tremendous impetus to the legal education in India. Since then, many National Law Schools have come up. Also there has been a monumental increase in the number of private Institutes/Universities offering 5 year Law programmes.



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KIIT AIL DU


  • BA - LLB
  • B.Sc. - LLB
  • BBA - LLB
  • B.Tech - LLB
  • B.Com - LLB
  • BLS - LLB

Litigation

  • Environmental Law
  • Securities Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Intellectual Property Law

Corporate Law

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Foreign Investment
  • Project Finance
  • Joint Ventures

International Organizations

  • Diplomacy
  • International relations
  • Human Rights

Social Work

  • Human Rights
  • Ethnic Issues
  • Women’s Rights
  • Social Issues

Research and Academics

  • Law School Teaching
  • Policy Making
  • Research in Developing Legal Areas

Judiciary

  • Lower Judiciary
  • Higher Judiciary

Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO)

  • Offshoring
  • Outsourcing
  • Administrative Law
  • Human Rights Law
  • Contact Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Cyber Law
  • International Law
  • Banking Law
  • Tort Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights Law
  • No Age Limit
  • Minimum 45% in HSC (10+2 or equivalent)
  • Most exams are held from the last week of April to the first or second week of June.
  • Notifications are published in leading newspapers from the 1st week of January.
  • The application process for most colleges ends by 31st March

We have five programs for Law Entrance Exam Preparation – 2 Year, 1 Year, Crash, Crash Extended and Correspondence Programmes.