L.L.B- Scope and Eligibility

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Bachelor of Legislative Law or LLB is a gateway to many opportunities.The opportunities for law graduates are not restricted to just practicing as an advocate in court or corporate firms. Teaching in colleges, working with NGOs, working as a reporter for newspapers and television channels are some of the other options that one can opt for after successful completion of LLB course.

 Admission to the course is based on an entrance exam conducted by independent universities and institutes. Some of the top institutes accept scores of national level exams like CLAT, LAWCET to name a few.

 Eligibility

 • If you want to pursue law after Class XII, then you should have scored at least 45% in Class XII and qualify the entrance test required for admission in courses like BA LLB, BCom LLB, BBA LLB, etc. which is 5 years
• If you are already a graduate (any stream and any course), then you simply can pursue LLB of 3 years through qualifying the required entrance exams.
• There is no age limit to pursue this LLB.

 Some of the sectors offering job opportunities to LLB graduates are:
 • Law firms
 • MNCs
 • Government Agencies
 • Judicial Exams
 • Banks
 • Litigations.

 After completing the LLB degree, one can opt for any of the below-mentioned careers.
 • Legal Advisor
 • Advocate
 • Public Prosecutor
 • Teacher or Lecturer
 • Legal Manager
 • Legal Services Chief