Law as a career option is one of the most respected choices for students after they complete their 12th standard. The Indian legal system is complex, nuanced, and always evolving. To become a successful lawyer, one needs to have some basic qualities—a discerning mind, good written and oral communication skills, a logical outlook, the ability to make the right judgement, the skill to think spontaneously, analytical, critical and creative bent of mind, patience and determination. This is not all. Training from a top-notch law college that helps you sharpen all the above-mentioned skills plays a very crucial role in making successful lawyers. Make sure you enrol in a college or university that will help you translate what you have learnt in theory into practice effectively.
At the NMIMS Deemed to be University’s Kirit P. Mehta School of Law (KPMSOL), which is approved by the Bar Council, they aim to nourish professional virtues while upholding societal values. With a team of brilliant faculty and a regular stream of successful people in the field of law as guest lecturers, the school also has a world-class infrastructure and a well- equipped library. Their curriculum is continually updated, keeping the evolving legal system of India in mind. They equip the students with the knowledge and skills required to meet the demands of the new-age law fraternity.
NMIMS Deemed to be University has strong industry linkages and put great emphasis on internships for their students in all their programs. The same is true for KPMSOL. Dedicated placement executives maintain regular interface with the legal fraternity. The school aims to provide placements to well-deserved graduating students with the assistance of the Placement Committee.
The 5-year course is for those who want to specialise in humanities along with Law. Students are exposed to subjects like Political Science, Economics, Sociology, History, Philosophy and Journalism and their influence and interdependence on the law. The course also focuses on topics like Critical Thinking, Legal Writing, Moot Court, Internship and Professional Ethics, apart from teaching selective foreign languages to the students as a means to encourage international outreach.
Students should have passed 12th standard from a recognised board/University with minimum 50% marks. CLAT / LSAT scores are considered for admission.
The program is available in the following campuses of NMIMS Deemed to be University: Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bengaluru, Indore, Hyderabad.
At the completion of their B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) degree, students can look for successful careers as Legal Advisors or Legal Counsellors at government or private organisations, Independent lawyers, Public prosecutors, a Judge, by appearing for additional qualifying exams or Company Secretary in the corporate sector, to name just a few.
If you are interested in a law degree with good insights into management, the 5-year B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) program will allow you to acquire management skills by learning subjects such as Data Analytics & Artificial Intelligence, Finance, Human Resource Management, Accounting etc. and their dependence on the law. An exposure to subjects like Critical Thinking, Legal Writing, Moot Court Internship and Professional Ethics, plus a selective foreign language, make the students good quality management professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the law.
Firstly, Students should have passed 12th standard from a recognised board/university with a minimum of 50% marks. CLAT / LSAT scores are considered for admission.
The program is available in the following campuses of NMIMS Deemed to be University: Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bengaluru, Indore, Hyderabad, Dhule and Chandigarh.
A host of career options are available in both government and private sectors once the students finish their dual degree. From Law Firm Associates, Business Consultant to Law Compliance Officer, Law Professor, Labour Officer, Human Resource Manager, Law Reporter to Notary and Attorney General, the legal field will be your oyster!
Applications for both undergraduate programs are now open – Apply today! Visit: bit.ly/NMIMSLaw