LL.M Labour Law - Course Overview

Duration: 2.0 yrs | Mode: Regular| Avg. Fees: 3,00,000 / Year

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About LL.M Labour Law

Master of Law in Labour Law is a one-year postgraduate programme that law aspirants can pursue after the completion of the LL.B programme. The specialisation in labour law enables the candidates to learn constitutional law, professional ethics as well as labour law and its application. The course is designed to teach aspirants about human rights that help them to understand the cases of labour law violations. It covers the details of all work-related laws, customary law, enactment system and business essentials that are an integral part of work ethics.

LL.M - Labour Law Syllabus

First Year:

Labour Law

Crime

Family Law

Law of Tort & Consumer Protection Act

Law of Evidence

Constitutional Law

Professional Ethics

Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative

Environmental Law

Legal Writing

Company Law

Interpretation of Statutes

 

Second Year:

Civil Procedure Code (CPC)

Jurisprudence

Code of Criminal Procedure

Human Rights and International Law

Property Law including Transfer of Property Act

Administrative Law

Land Laws including Ceiling and Other Local Laws

Practical Training in Legal Aid

Law of Contract

Practical Training – Moot Court

Practical Training  – Drafting

 

Popular Specializations of LL.M - Labour Law

Career Options and Job Prospects

Legal consultants and advisers are in demand as they guide companies regarding what lies within the bounds of work ethics. They also help individuals who have been exploited at workplaces to fight for their rights. LL.M Labour Law graduates are hired by various corporate organisations in order to take care of legal matters and device work policies of the organisations that comply with the labour laws. Graduates in this field also practice law in courts and help individuals to fight for their rights. Following are some of the profiles that candidates can apply for after completing LL.M in Labour Law:

  • Attorney General
  • Solicitor
  • District and Sessions Judge
  • Legal Expert
  • Legal Advisor
  • Munsifs (Sub-Magistrate)
  • Trustee
  • Advocate
  • Teacher and Lecturer
  • Notary
  • Law Reporter
  • Public Prosecutor
  • Magistrate

Salaries of LL.M graduates depends on experience and job profiles. Candidates can earn up to Rs. 3 lakhs at the beginning of their career in the field of law. Experience in this field can help graduates bag packages worth Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 12 lakhs. Government jobs for lawyers also have great salary packages and the candidates have to clear entrance exams for these jobs.