LLM – Master of Laws (in Latin – Legum Magister)
The Master of Laws is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree offered in most common law countries. The Minimum requirement for getting admitted to LLM Degree is that, the candidate must have a Bachelors degree in laws for ex. Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.).
Specialization in LLM Degrees :-
- Bankruptcy law
- Financial Services law
- Insurance law
- Environmental law
- Human Rights law
- Information Technology law
- Commercial and Corporate Law
- Property law and many more
An LLM Degree may be opted by – lawyers working in firms, judges, law professors, human rights activists, business men and women, doctoral students and others. Graduation requirements for a program vary depending on the respective university guidelines.