Master of Laws in Business Law in India

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The LL.M. (master of laws) is an internationally recognized postgraduate law degree. An LL.M. strength just usually does not allow one to practice law; in most cases, LL.M. students must earn a professional degree

If a student wishes to go into the realm of business upon completion of law school, he or she might be inclined to gain a greater understanding of that particular area by pursuing an LLM in business law.

 

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Master of Laws

Sharda University
Campus Full time July 2017 India Greater Noida

A Corporate Lawyer, whether academic or professional is expected to be competent to analyse and evaluate the legal process from a broader legal perspective.The objective of this course is to study the nature of Company process as an instrument of Corporate Culture. It is intended to highlight the role of Company as Industry maker, participant in the economic power and as an instrument of commercial change. This course further intends to expose the intricacies of creativity and the commercial tools and techniques employed in the process. Since the ultimate aim of any legal process or system is pursuit of public interest, a systematic study of the concept of corporate law and its various theoretical foundations is required. This course, therefore, intends to familiarize the students with various different aspects and alternative ways of formation & working of a company. [+]

Best Master of Laws Degrees in Business Law in India 2017. A Corporate Lawyer, whether academic or professional is expected to be competent to analyse and evaluate the legal process from a broader legal perspective.The objective of this course is to study the nature of Company process as an instrument of Corporate Culture. It is intended to highlight the role of Company as Industry maker, participant in the economic power and as an instrument of commercial change. This course further intends to expose the intricacies of creativity and the commercial tools and techniques employed in the process. Since the ultimate aim of any legal process or system is pursuit of public interest, a systematic study of the concept of corporate law and its various theoretical foundations is required. This course, therefore, intends to familiarize the students with various different aspects and alternative ways of formation & working of a company. LLM Corporate Law LLM International Law LLM Energy Law LLM Criminal Law Eligibility LL.B. Degree( with not less than 50% marks) from Universities/ Colleges/ Institutions recognized by Bar Council Of India as eligible for enrolment as an Advocate in India (45%for S.C/S.T. Students) or a Law Degree from a foreign country with at least 50% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade [-]