LLM in India


arun.s
madhur as stated by sita its little late for allmost all the universities with an exception of DELHI UNIVERSITY
madhur as stated by sita its little late for allmost all the universities with an exception of DELHI UNIVERSITY
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arun.s
which is now open bout dont be late .About the prospects of an llm is rather relative it increases uar job prospects but not a great deal it is still unceratain i would advice you to take up practice and decide upon your field of interest thats what i did im planning to go to glasgow 4 COMMERCIAL LAW
AND I THINK DELHI UNIV OFFERS A GENERAL LLM SO BEWARE
which is now open bout dont be late .About the prospects of an llm is rather relative it increases uar job prospects but not a great deal it is still unceratain i would advice you to take up practice and decide upon your field of interest thats what i did im planning to go to glasgow 4 COMMERCIAL LAW
AND I THINK DELHI UNIV OFFERS A GENERAL LLM SO BEWARE
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Shruti
Hi i want to pursue my LLM from india primarily becuse i intend to settle down here. NLS offers a diploma course in Environmental Law, however i want to do an LLM. Any suggestions?
Hi i want to pursue my LLM from india primarily becuse i intend to settle down here. NLS offers a diploma course in Environmental Law, however i want to do an LLM. Any suggestions?
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Sita
Hi Shruti,
NLS also offers other diploma programs like MBL- master of Business laws which is a 2 year diploma and several other 1 year diplomas like Environment law, Human rights etc.
The LLM program offered by them is of 2 years- and applicants have to qualify through an entrance exam. the exam and selection of students for this year has already been completed.
the NLS website is www.nls.ac.uk you'll be able to get more useful information from there.
I hope this helps!
Good luck!
Hi Shruti,
NLS also offers other diploma programs like MBL- master of Business laws which is a 2 year diploma and several other 1 year diplomas like Environment law, Human rights etc.
The LLM program offered by them is of 2 years- and applicants have to qualify through an entrance exam. the exam and selection of students for this year has already been completed.
the NLS website is www.nls.ac.uk you'll be able to get more useful information from there.
I hope this helps!
Good luck!
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Shruti
Hi Sita, i dont want to do a diploma but a full time LLM (Environmental Law) . Please let me know if you have any other information. Thanks!
Hi Sita, i dont want to do a diploma but a full time LLM (Environmental Law) . Please let me know if you have any other information. Thanks!
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Sita
Hi Shruti,
National law school offers 2 year full time LLM with two concentrations- one in Corporate law and the other in Human rights. There are some environment law subjects taught as part of the Human rights concentration..
If you call them or visit their website you'll be able to get the information ur looking for
Cheers!
Hi Shruti,
National law school offers 2 year full time LLM with two concentrations- one in Corporate law and the other in Human rights. There are some environment law subjects taught as part of the Human rights concentration..
If you call them or visit their website you'll be able to get the information ur looking for
Cheers!
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arun.s
Hi Sita, i dont want to do a diploma but a full time LLM (Environmental Law) . Please let me know if you have any other information. Thanks!


nls offers only 2 specialisation for thier llm programme 1. business law 2. human rights check up with NUJS{CALCUTTA} i think they have an llm in envi law
<blockquote>Hi Sita, i dont want to do a diploma but a full time LLM (Environmental Law) . Please let me know if you have any other information. Thanks!</blockquote>

nls offers only 2 specialisation for thier llm programme 1. business law 2. human rights check up with NUJS{CALCUTTA} i think they have an llm in envi law
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swajan
there is a good law school at Calcutta, India. It's too world femous. It's name is National University of Juridical Science.
Visit : http://www.nujs.edu/
there is a good law school at Calcutta, India. It's too world femous. It's name is National University of Juridical Science.
Visit : http://www.nujs.edu/
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khodae
Hey Lars.......
If ya think of doin LLm in India.......Its advisable if ya try for NLS(National Law School) in Bangalore.Its a nice city.....anyday better than Mumbai and Delhi....... ILS in Pune(my college) is good but the LLm is offered in Pune University to which the college is affiliated.In India, unlike the west and other countries..it is not the university that is ranked and good but rather different colleges across the country affiliated to various universities that stand out.....So my advice..is try for NLS..and NLS only........Am sure u'll like it there..
Hey Lars.......
If ya think of doin LLm in India.......Its advisable if ya try for NLS(National Law School) in Bangalore.Its a nice city.....anyday better than Mumbai and Delhi....... ILS in Pune(my college) is good but the LLm is offered in Pune University to which the college is affiliated.In India, unlike the west and other countries..it is not the university that is ranked and good but rather different colleges across the country affiliated to various universities that stand out.....So my advice..is try for NLS..and NLS only........Am sure u'll like it there..
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Atul
A little late in posting here ... but from 2005 the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi has introduced a two years full-time LL.M. programme. This is the very first batch so only time will tell how well it shapes up but so far the emphasis has been on research and expression.

I.L.I. holds a prominent position in the field of legal research in India so there are high expectations of a quality education here. Details about programme structure can be downloaded from I.L.I. website http://www.ilidelhi.org .

Btw, I simply cannot believe someone in the thread mentioned Faculty of Law, University of Delhi for pursuiing LL.M. To put it rather crudely, Delhi Uni = outdated course structure and teaching methodology, uncared for library, poorly trained teaching staff.

PS:Some of the best faculty members of the Delhi Univ have superannuated/retired leaving the Faculty rather thin on a collective level.
A little late in posting here ... but from 2005 the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi has introduced a two years full-time LL.M. programme. This is the very first batch so only time will tell how well it shapes up but so far the emphasis has been on research and expression.

I.L.I. holds a prominent position in the field of legal research in India so there are high expectations of a quality education here. Details about programme structure can be downloaded from I.L.I. website http://www.ilidelhi.org .

Btw, I simply cannot believe someone in the thread mentioned Faculty of Law, University of Delhi for pursuiing LL.M. To put it rather crudely, Delhi Uni = outdated course structure and teaching methodology, uncared for library, poorly trained teaching staff.

PS:Some of the best faculty members of the Delhi Univ have superannuated/retired leaving the Faculty rather thin on a collective level.
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Mountain
I wish to pursue my LLM in Trade Laws. Can anyone suggest which Law School around the world is good for this?

Mountain
I wish to pursue my LLM in Trade Laws. Can anyone suggest which Law School around the world is good for this?

Mountain
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maazsoli
Hi I am student of law ll.M part II now I have to go through with the doctrinal and non doctrinal research as its part of annual exams now I want to do a doctrinal research on immigration law so can any one guide me or give me idea to selecting a topics and source of obtaining the material for the same help solicited.
Hi I am student of law ll.M part II now I have to go through with the doctrinal and non doctrinal research as its part of annual exams now I want to do a doctrinal research on immigration law so can any one guide me or give me idea to selecting a topics and source of obtaining the material for the same help solicited.

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hey guys,
i have entered my last year of LLB. (India)
am in a position where i need to make a decision as to what to do next after my last year.
i am confused as to would a LLM in UK or US suffice or would it be better to do my articles for 3 years and then give my solicitiors exam.
if i do go ahead an do an LLM in UK, would it hold any value if i come back to India.
what advise can you all give me.
the LLM would be over in a years time as against the Solicitors exam where it would take 3 years.
looking forward to hearing from you all soon.

thanks
hey guys,
i have entered my last year of LLB. (India)
am in a position where i need to make a decision as to what to do next after my last year.
i am confused as to would a LLM in UK or US suffice or would it be better to do my articles for 3 years and then give my solicitiors exam.
if i do go ahead an do an LLM in UK, would it hold any value if i come back to India.
what advise can you all give me.
the LLM would be over in a years time as against the Solicitors exam where it would take 3 years.
looking forward to hearing from you all soon.

thanks
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payal
Hi friends
Can i do LLM from India after CS(Inter) and BCom. I am not getting proper guidance on it.
Too vague replies from people all around
Hi friends
Can i do LLM from India after CS(Inter) and BCom. I am not getting proper guidance on it.
Too vague replies from people all around
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No, U can not do LLM after your B.Com or any other course. You should have LLB for pursuing LLM
No, U can not do LLM after your B.Com or any other course. You should have LLB for pursuing LLM
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spasiba
Hi everybody,

I'm a French law student and I'm interested in studying in India. I've tried reading this board but get lost with all the information... So I have a few questions maybe some of you guys could answer :

- Which universities in India are the best for an LLM or for business studies? From what I've read it is Bangalore for law and I've heard of Mumbai for business...

- How hard is it for a foreign students to get in? Are there a lot of foreigners studying over there or mostly Indian students?

- Finally, can foreigners actually work in India after obtaining such a degree? Not that I plan to but you never know...

Thnaks!
Hi everybody,

I'm a French law student and I'm interested in studying in India. I've tried reading this board but get lost with all the information... So I have a few questions maybe some of you guys could answer :

- Which universities in India are the best for an LLM or for business studies? From what I've read it is Bangalore for law and I've heard of Mumbai for business...

- How hard is it for a foreign students to get in? Are there a lot of foreigners studying over there or mostly Indian students?

- Finally, can foreigners actually work in India after obtaining such a degree? Not that I plan to but you never know...

Thnaks!
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rushdeep
Hey Spasiba, check my answers below:



- Which universities in India are the best for an LLM or for business studies? From what I've read it is Bangalore for law and I've heard of Mumbai for business...
Answer: The best is NLSIU Bangalore and NALSAR Hyderabad is the runner-up.

- How hard is it for a foreign students to get in? Are there a lot of foreigners studying over there or mostly Indian students?
Answer: Easier than what you may think. I wouldn't say a looot of foreigners because law is mostly a jurisdictional subject to study.

- Finally, can foreigners actually work in India after obtaining such a degree? Not that I plan to but you never know...
Answer: I'm not very thorough with Indian immigration laws, but I would say it is pretty easy to apply for a work permit and extend it if required. Choose your employers carefully after due research and only join the best.

Hey Spasiba, check my answers below:

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- Which universities in India are the best for an LLM or for business studies? From what I've read it is Bangalore for law and I've heard of Mumbai for business...
Answer: The best is NLSIU Bangalore and NALSAR Hyderabad is the runner-up.

- How hard is it for a foreign students to get in? Are there a lot of foreigners studying over there or mostly Indian students?
Answer: Easier than what you may think. I wouldn't say a looot of foreigners because law is mostly a jurisdictional subject to study.

- Finally, can foreigners actually work in India after obtaining such a degree? Not that I plan to but you never know...
Answer: I'm not very thorough with Indian immigration laws, but I would say it is pretty easy to apply for a work permit and extend it if required. Choose your employers carefully after due research and only join the best.

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