LLM (2 years programme): Starting in 2022, the School of Law at ITM University, Raipur will offer the first postgraduate programmes focusing on specializations in Constitutional Law, Criminal Law and Corporate Law. Our Master of Laws (LL.M) focuses on the legal system, with a flexible and far-reaching curriculum that prepares students for leadership roles in the increasingly globalized marketplace. The full-time, two-year LL.M provides students with foundational skills and knowledge that are immediately applicable to real-world legal practice. The LLM curriculum stimulates critical thinking and practical problem solving in addition to providing you with a thorough grounding in Indian Legal System.
The programme focuses on the following aspects:
seminars on study techniques
individualized career development plan
workshops on résumé and cover letter writing, interviewing and job-search strategies
Career counselling sessions and other exam workshops
practical knowledge in the theories, history, and use of law
understanding of the legal system, government, historical context, and foundational values
fluency with advanced legal terminology through exposure to substantive texts, cases, and laws
the ability to perform legal research and analysis necessary for work in a variety of legal settings
understanding of legal professionalism and ethics, and the responsibilities required of representatives of clients and officers of the court
improved speaking and writing skills
LL.M Utilization Areas:
Corporate Houses (legal departments)
Colleges & Universities
LLM Jobs Scope:
Teachers & Lecturer
District and Sessions Judge
Eligibility for LL.M 2 years full time: As per the Norms of Bar Council of India.
Duration: 2 years (full-time course)
Specializations offering in the LL.M Course
LL.M (Constitutional Law):
Students in this course are taught about every aspect of the constitution of India, judicial process, different rulings of the Supreme Court and High Courts and their interpretation etc. It also includes the study and scope of individual rights against the state and study of the federal relationship of the country.
LL.M (Criminal Law):
Criminal law includes the study of rules, regulations related to crime prevention. It also deals with the policy development to prevent crime and make an effective system of policing. A specialized criminal lawyer handles the crime cases inside the court of law.
LL.M (Corporate Law):
Corporate law deals with the study of a state-corporate relationship, government policies regarding the activities of the corporate sector, regulating frameworks and others.