Law Courses After 12th

Law as a career is very prominent and it is one of the oldest professions in the history. The popular courses after 12th are BA LLB, BBA LLB, Bcom LLB & Bsc LLB. Student from various streams can pursue Law. Earlier it was important to do a 3 year graduation degree and then study a Law program known as LLB for another 3 years. However, it has now become easy for students who are aware of what they would like to choose as a profession right from school. If you have understood that Law is what you would like to pursue after 10th it would be advisable you select Humanities as there are a few subjects like Political Science, History etc. which will help you further in your studies of Law. Students of Commerce and Science stream can also pursue law, and to make it easy for all the streams after your 12th there are integrated programs available to pursue Law Courses. BA LLB, BBA LLB, Bcom LLB & Bsc LLB are all 5 year Law Courses that the student can pursue right after 12th Class. The Program teaches students topics that will be useful to them in their career of law.

Admission to Law Colleges is purely entrance based now. There are hardly colleges which take direct admissions, students must prepare for various entrances that are taken in order to take admission to Law Colleges. The most important entrance test that is taken by most of the national law universities is CLAT followed by AILET, SET, SLAT, LSAT, AIL, Christ University. There are several other state level law entrance Tests too like PU LLB by Punjab, Law CET by Andhra Pradesh , MH CET by Maharashtra, CEE Kerala, by Kerala. A few more include DU, LLB, BHU VET, LSAT is taken by 85 private Law Colleges.

The reason that students should choose law as a career is because of the high demand of this profession in every industry, there are lawyers and legal advisors required to run, understand and provide advice in every business. The professions students can choose from after studying a 5 year integrated Law course are Advocate, Corporate lawyers, Judge (this requires many years of experience as an advocate with some exams), Legal Journalists, and Law Professor (PHD).

Major and Popular subjects taught in various Law Courses are as mentioned below:

BA LLB- Administrative Law, Banking and Insurance Law, Corporate Law, Company Law, Business Law, Advocacy skill, Arbitration & Conciliation, Election law, Drafting and Pleading, International Trade Law, Law of Crime, Labor Laws, Supreme Court Visits.

BBA LLB- Principles of management, Business Economics, Law of Torts, Jurisdiction, Law of Contract, Indian Economic Environment, Effective Communication skills, Environmental Laws, Labor & Industrial Law, Moot Court Exercise & Internship.

Bcom LLB- Business statistics, Financial Auditing, Economics, Corporate Accounting, History of Courts & Legislation in India, Law of Contract, Law of Crimes, International Law, Taxation, Intellectual Property Rights, Moot Court, Project Report.

BSC LLB- Law & Technology, Law of Contract, Constitutional Law, Corporate Law, Consumer Protection, Human Rights law, Intellectual property Law, Women and law, Legal Writing and Research, Internship.