LL.M - Corporate Law

Duration: 2.0 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 60,000 / Year

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About

Masters of Law or LL.M in Corporate Law is a two-year postgraduate law degree for candidates who seek legal profiles in the corporate field. The programme covers the various types of law subjects including international law, company law, capitalism, Procurement law, etc. to prepare the candidates and enable them in facing different legal issues and providing solutions for the same.

The programme opens some of the most lucrative job positions in the corporate business world and opportunities to work with overseas firms. One can also seek government jobs for the position of judge in the same field.

Syllabus

Popular Subjects:

Company Law

European Law of Capital Market

Comparative and International Trust Law

Principles of Competition Law for Innovation

Financial Models and Derivatives in a Legal Context

State Aid

Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law

Principles of Insurance Law

Regulation of International Finance: the Law, the Economics, the Politics

Principles of International Tax Law

Banking and Finance Law

European Procurement Law

Commercial Banking and Financial Markets

 

 

Career Options and Job Prospects

Corporate is one of the fields of law that has opened the doors of the corporate world and MNCs for law graduates. With India developing at an impressive rate, there are a lot of corporate firms that have emerged in the market and are functioning successfully. All these firms need legal advisers and counsellors that can guide them to pursue the rightful course in the business world and at the same time abide by all the laws laid down by the constitution of India. Following are some of the jobs that a graduate can apply for after completing LL.M in Corporate Law:

  • Legal Counsellor
  • Legal Consultant
  • Corporate Lawyer
  • Legal Officer
  • Assistant Professor of Law
  • Associate Advocate
  • Magistrate or Judge

Lawyers working in corporate firms can earn starting packages of Rs. 3.25 lakh to Rs. 4.75 lakh per year after completing LL.M in corporate law. However, experienced lawyers can earn up to Rs. 7 lakhs per annum in this field. International firms pay better packages and offer up to Rs. 10 lakh per annum to experienced corporate lawyers.