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Master of Law or LL.M. is a post-graduate degree that is selected by interested students after the completion of their LL.B. degree. After concluding a Bachelors Degree in Law one can choose to pursue their higher studies to widen their knowledge and scope of employability. Students in the area of legal studies usually go on to pursue their LL.M. degree in order to gain specialisation in the field of Law studies. Individuals can specialize in several areas such as Criminal Law, Civil Law, Corporate Law, and so on.

LL.M degrees are internationally recognized and help law students deepen their legal knowledge and broaden their career prospects. In order to qualify for an LL.M program, most universities require students to possess a professional law degree. The duration of LL.M courses varies depending on the university. The study program is a combination of lectures, seminars, and case studies with an emphasis on research.

There are several entrance examinations that a student has to clear to pursue an LL.M. degree like the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). To be successful in this field, law students need to display their critical thinking, analytical, and reasoning skills along with good communication skills.

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Study levels

Various universities throughout the world offer LL.M degrees. The course is pursued at the postgraduate level; however different degrees are available depending on the specialisation, some of which are:
Master of Law (LL.M)
LL.M in European Law
LL.M in International Business Law
LL.M in International Corporate and Commercial Law
LL.M in International Dispute Resolution
LL.M in International Law and Justice
LL.M in Law and Business
LL.M in Real Estate Law

Specialisations

LL.M. is a very wide study program and offers a wide area of specialisation in various types of legal courses depending on the area of interest of a Law student.
The following are some of the primary areas of specialisation, which are offered under this masters program:
Administrative law
Civil Law
Criminal Law
Public law
International Law
Business or Commercial Law

Throwing Caps

Cyber Law
Family Law
Competition and Consumer Protection Law
International Trade law
Environmental Law
Comparative Law of Marriage, Divorce and Civil Code
Human rights

Administrative process and Judicial control
Corporate and White Collar Crimes
World Trade Law
Law of International Organization and Human Rights
Law of Women and Child rights
Administrative Action and Judicial Review
Criminology and Criminal Justice Administration

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Employability

LL.M. degree widens one's knowledge in the legal profession in addition to expanding one's scope of employability. An individual with a Master's Degree in Law can engage in various employment opportunities. They can work as legal advisors in several fields in rhythm with their choice of specialisation, as lawyers, judges, and so forth.

LL.M degree holders can engage in employment opportunities as solicitors and as advocates. They also have access to several global career alternatives and engage in job opportunities as diplomats and legal advisors on an International standard.

After the completion of their Master's Degree, individuals can also choose to pursue their doctoral degree and eventually teach in several national and international law universities.

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    Job roles include:
    Lawyer
    Judge
    Advocate
    Solicitor

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    Mediator
    Law Teacher/Professor
    Legal Advisor
    Diplomat
    Legal Counsellor
    Politician
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