Law Colleges Karnataka | 2016 | Institutes

Law colleges in Karnataka are being choosed by students who are interested to do LLB course in Karnataka. There are many top LLB colleges in Karnataka. The best law colleges in Karnataka are being chosen by students. The list of Law Colleges in Karnataka are Listed here. The details about admissions in Law colleges in Karnataka are listed here.

Law Colleges Karnataka | Institutes

There are various Law colleges in Karnataka. Law courses in Karnataka is provided at various both at graduate and Post graduate level. There are various law colleges located all over Karnataka. The Law colleges in Karnataka provide best Law courses. BA. LLB, LLM and LLB are the courses which are provided by all the Law colleges in Karnataka. B. A. L. L. B: This is a 5-year course and the students can pursue this course after passing Class 12. L. L. B. : This is a 3-year course, open for graduates. L. L. M. : This is a postgraduate course in Law. The duration of the course is 2year. Students can pursue this course after completing B. A. L. L. B. or L. L. B. In addition to LL. B. degree, many universities and institutes also offer other diploma courses in several disciplines of law, including Administrative Law, International Law, Labor Laws, Tax Laws and Corporate Laws. Law Entrance exam is conducted for seeking admissions to various Law colleges in Karnataka. Mentioned here is the list of Top 10 Law colleges in Karnataka and best Law Institutes in Karnataka that best education and offer the best law courses in Karnataka. After completing Law degree one can employment in various organisations like they can try for both central and state government courts. They can even become for legal advisors, teachers.

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Hi Boopathi,

Correspondence courses in Law are not normally recognised by the Bar Council of India, so please check if the degree you are considering is recognised. Otherwise, you will not be able to practice law with this degree. If you are not planning to practice law after completing the course but instead would like to gain knowledge about the law or some aspect of it, then you can certainly do a correspondence course.

LL.B is professional course and can not be persued through distance learning mode anywhere in India, you can do Bachelor of General law/Academic Law (BGL/BAL) from Madurai Kamaraj or Annamalai University but with that you can not practice in the court of law
prettyflower asked on 25 Feb, 2011

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