Can I do LAW after BCom?

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RE: Can I do LAW after BCom?

Vishal Raval
Vishal Raval
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counselor/Lawyer At Gujarat High court
  • Ahmedabad

Hello Naman,

The minimum eligibility criteria for LLB masters i.e. LLM course you need degree in LLB. or equivalent degree in law. Graduate of other streams can't get admission in LLM. 

If you are interested to pursue your career in Law, you will have to first take admission  in L.L.B which doesn't sound feasible for an already graduate student but you can do one year post graduate diploma course in some specific sector of law. 

Some colleges for PGD courses in law are:

  • Government Law College, Mumbai
  • Bangalore University, Bangalore
  • Kakatiya University, Warangal
  • National Law School Of India University, Bangalore
  • Kakatiya University, Warangal, (Andhra Pradesh)
  • Bangalore University, Bangalore, (Karnataka)

visit these colleges to know more about the post graduate diploma courses in law after that only you can get a good job in the concerned department of some company/organization.

RE: Can I do LAW after BCom?

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD

Dear Aspirant,

Commerce graduation would be a good base for studying Law and getting into Corporate Law as a specialisation. You can have your own practice of Corporate Law or may you can join a Law firm too.

Yes, the Three Year LLB course eligibility is minimum a Graduate. Therefore, you have completed BCom or thinking of doing LLB after BCom, then definitely you can do it.

Just ensure that the LLB course is under a Statutory University and the college through which you are thinking of doing it is recognised by Bar Council of India (BCI). Further, let me share that there is no correspondence or part time LLB course anywhere in India.

Best wishes

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