L.L.M. - Master of Law or Laws IPC

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L.L.M or Master of Laws is a postgraduate Law course where Law is a rule or body of rules of conduct established and regulated by an authority. The course enables you to be specialized in the field of law and legal affairs in the country. There will also be some attention given to various international treaties, conventions and agreements and the focus will vary from historical, philosophical, legal and even practical topic.
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L.L.M is especially meant for you if you want to specialize in an area of Law and wish to acquire in-depth knowledge of Law. It can also be pursued if you are just not satisfied with a Bachelor's Degree in the field of Law. The Master’s degree course is also suitable for further higher studies such as research work.
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