1 september, 1:04 PM                                               

Law specialization

Pursuing a career in law provides amazing opportunities not just in India but almost everywhere in the world, be it becoming a practicing advocate, legal consultant, advisor, litigator, public prosecutor, and so on. Nevertheless, one must pursue a UG (Undergraduate) course in law and obtain a law degree first in order to build a successful career. Undergraduate in law offers courses in BA LLB (Hons.), BBA LLB, BCom LLB, BSc LLB, BLS-LLB or a Postgraduate (PG) degree - Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Master of Laws (LLM) from leading law institutes in the nation. Undergraduate law courses contain all the topics of law such as Law of Crimes, Torts, IPC, Jurisprudence, IPL, Cyber Law, Family Law, Contracts Law, and many more. Regardless, to opt for a specialization, you have to choose it during the postgraduate level. In India, almost all the law courses offered are purely on the basis of core law specializations. 

In the last ten years, pursuing a career in law has seen a substantial rise in popularity and is in great demand. Aspirants go to higher schooling in the field of law right after graduation. With this increase, institutes have begun offering various courses in law through which students can choose a career in law. 

In this post, we have compiled all the information that is needed to know and provided the list of specializations in law that are offered in the country. Aspirants wishing to have a successful career path in legal studies must be well-acquainted with the top specializations to opt for in order to make a careful decision about their professional ventures. Mentioned below are the list of law specializations offered in India:

> Criminal Law 

> Corporate Law

> International Law

> Labour Law

> Real estate law

> Patent Law

> Media Law

> Competition Law

> Intellectual Property Law

> Mergers and Acquisitions Law

> Civil Law

> Energy Law

> Cyber Law

> Environmental Law

> Constitutional Law

> Banking Law

> Maritime Law

> Consumer Law

> Company Law

> Administrative Law

> Business Law

> Air and Space Law

> Human Rights Law

> Contract Law