Law as an academic domain deals with the study of legal procedures, Jurisprudence, philosophy of law and justice. While dealing with a diverse set of cases how the canons of legal propriety would be displayed by the judges and what would be the manner in which the legal practitioner should plead is what that comes under the ambit of legal studies.Corporate and commercial domain being an engine of economic growth also contributes to a good number of legal disputes and matters arising out of tax-related laws, policies, and principles. These matters require an expertise on the path of a legal mediator to handle the nitty-gritty in a defined manner. Hence, arises a need for qualified legal practitioners in the domain. A master’s course in the subject is aimed at equipping the students with the specialized knowledge to the students in the said subject. Law is a subject that involves both philosophical study of theories as well as practical study of legal models that are operating across the world.
Candidate must have passed the UG or equivalent examination with at least 45% (for reserved category candidates) of the marks from a recognized state/private/deemed or central University.
The eligibility criteria’s mentioned above are common to most of the universities and colleges across the country that are offering this course to the students.
L.L.M. Corporate and Commercial Law: Admission Process
Admission to the course involves both merit-based selection procedure and a common entrance test based admission process (as seen across various Universities and colleges in the country).
In most of the colleges, the admission process would be a straight and uniform task.