“Law” is the basic part of our constitution. According to belief, law education is the only legal education in India.
Law is a versatile and rewarding career path that individuals can pursue at the undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG), or doctoral (PhD) level in India. The field of law encompasses various domains including politics, business, economics, human rights, international trade, and relations, with implications that extend to society. The BCI (Bar Council of India) is the main regulatory body of Law education.
The study of law prepares students for a prestigious legal career. The student who passes this degree is designated as a “Lawyer”.
The admission process for LLB and LLM programs in most autonomous law schools in India is dependent on the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) scores. However, the National Law University, Delhi, and some private autonomous law schools conduct their own entrance exams for admissions.