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I want to become a professor of corporate Law. What is the eligibility criteria for that?

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RE: I want to become a professor of corporate Law. What is the eligibility criteria for that?

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

Dear Corporate Law Professorship Aspirant,


You know what? This is one of the best and unique queries I have come across in my seven years of career counselling which includes counselling for many students of diverse fields like finance / law / management / engineering, etc. As an Educationist I really liked your query since it is one of the rarest asked today when students are in general aspiring to become managers in corporates.

I am very glad that you approached CareerGuide.com for seeking clarification to your wonderful query and I am equally happy to answer it.

Corporate Law:

Corporate Lawyer

Corporate Law is a specialised field of practice which has achieved tremendous importance today in the world where the business dynamics and environment has becomes so complex and tremendously uncertain and unpredictable. Law is one of those tools which is regarded as an important ingredient for a civilised world. Corporate Law as you may be knowing involves study and work related to laws applicable to corporates like Companies Act, Contract Law, Negotiable Instruments, SEBI Law and Regulations, RBI Laws & Regulations, Competition Law, Intellectual Property Laws, Taxation Laws, Information Technology laws, other Civil laws, some criminal laws, etc.

Professor for Corporate Law:

As mentioned above, students these days are after corporate jobs irrespective of their course or profession they choose and there are very less students like you, who wish to do some different things yet which are sure ways to success and earn money.

Eligibility for becoming a Corporate Law Professor:

Law professors / lecturers are required in major courses at under graduate and post graduate level. More importantly, corporate law is one domain which is an ingredient subject in major course.

Corporate Law Professors / Lecturers are required in below under graduate and post graduate courses:

  • BCom
  • BA
  • BBA
  • BBM
  • BAF
  • MCom
  • MA
  • MBA
  • MMS
  • PGDBM
  • PGDM
  • PGDFT

All the above courses have subjects like mercantile law, business law, general laws, as one of the compulsory subjects. There fore this suggests that this subject requires professors definitely and in huge demand.

Eligibility for becoming a law professor:

1. If you wish to teach as a full time faculty / professor in a post graduate college, then you should be a masters degree holder in law and then you should be UGC NET / SET qualified.

2. If you wish to teach as a visiting faculty in under graduate or post graduate college, then LLB/LLM is sufficient however with industry experience or private practice experience. The years of experience depends from Institute to Institute.

Hope the above clarifies your wonderful query.

Best Luck!

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