LL.M (2 year)- Legum Magister in legal (Master of Laws)
LL.M is a traditional post graduate program in law, being offered by various Universities. An LL.M, or Master of Laws, is the academic degree awarded after completing advanced and specialized research in a particular area of law. An LL.M can only be pursued after obtaining a professional law degree; however an LL.M is usually not required to practice law. An LL. M degree will give you expertise in a specific area of law and help you build a professional network.
Achievement of Program
An LL.M, or Master of Laws, is a degree awarded to those already holding a professional law degree, who have completed advanced education and research in a particular area of law. Lawyers may choose to pursue LL.M programs to gain expertise in a specific sector, for career advancement, and to build a professional network.
Course Duration 4 Semesters
Eligibility: LL.B. (Professional) Examination of the Kurukshetra University or an examination recognized as equivalent there to with atleast 55% marks in the aggregate (Minimum Pass marks for SC/ST candidates).