LLM in Business and Communication (Master of Law in Business and Communication)
Duration: 2 years
Level: Master Programme.
Entrance Exam: CLAT/LSAT
Mode of Admission: Merit /Management
- Merit- process involves selection criteria based on the particular college applied.
- Management- Students looking for Management seats can go for Direct Admission.
About the Course:
The students of LL.M Business law will be studying in-details about the legal knowledge of issues as Business Governance and Business Liabilities. The students will be given training on the practical difficulties of business experiences and legal obligations related to the businesses.
The students will be studying business-specific laws related to Taxation, Contracts, Transactions, Bankruptcy, Taxation to Banking, Trade Regulation, Competition, Finance and Intellectual Property.
Career Scope of LLM in Business and Communication
The business sector has seen unprecedented growth in the last few decades. This has created a huge opportunity for Business law professionals in the industry. The LL.M Business Law and Communication students are easily hired in law firms, insurers, banks, asset management companies etc.
If the students are interested in teaching, they can join the law colleges as professors and can earn a handsome salary.
Some of the careers after LL.M Business Law and Communication are:
- Legal Expert
- Assistant Professor
- Advocate & Attorney General
- Oath Commissioner
- Law officer
Placements for LLM in Business and Communication
The law students can find ample job opportunities in various law firms, courts, MNC companies.
If they are interested to become entrepreneurs than they can start their law firms and can carry out the individual practice.
Some of the companies hiring law graduates are:
- Shoba Developers
- Volvo India
- Tata Consultancy Services (TCS)
- Punj Lloyd
- Sallapurva Sattva
- Embassy Group
- Tata Steel
- Brigade Group
- Prestige Group