LLM is a postgraduate degree in law. In this course aspirants gain in-depth knowledge of a specific field of law by intensive research in that particular area of Law. In the LLM course, candidates need to select the law specialization in which they want to make their future. The main aim of this program is to provide advanced law knowledge and skills to Law graduates. Through this program, a law graduate can acquire advanced skills and knowledge and may even specialize in domains within the field of law studies. An LLM degree can help them land better jobs.


Moot Court is an artificial Court wherein an atmosphere of court is created in the class-room itself. The students are arguing a given hypothetical case as if they are arguing actual case before the court on behalf of their clients. The students are trained before presenting a case at the Moot Court about the mannerism of the court. They are taught about maintaining the decorum of court. The professors are discharging duties as judges at the competition. For the final round the sitting Judges or retired Judges of the High Court and also senior Advocates are invited to act as Judges at the Moot Court Competition. The students are trained to present case with confidence and clarity before the judges. Before presenting the case before the judges at the Moot Court, professors are giving special training about the study of Moot Problem and how to find out the Legal Points and Factual Points for the arguments. The students also prepare the memorial to be presented before the judges. The students are also taught how to address the Judges at the court, what to speak in the court and also what not to speak.

In Libra College of Law, Moot Courts are being organized in the class rooms and one Live Model Moot-Court is also held to inculcate in the students the habit of debating on various legal points. Mooting helps in the overall development of our students as a good and proficient lawyer and participating in Moot Court Competition regularly makes our student familiar with the proceedings that take place generally in real courtroom.


In order to activate and impart knowledge of legal right and duties, the College gets its student trained and sends them to the courts (High Court, District Court & Village Courts) so as to have a firsthand grasp and assist the poor and down-trodden people about their Constitutional Rights, Settlement of their disputes through Legal Literacy Awareness, Conciliation, Arbitration and Mediation and LokAdalats(ADR).


Professors, eminent persons, academicians, social scientists, judges and lawyers are also invited to deliver special lectures in the college.


Students who wish to pursue law can find a better career in various departments like:

Government Services

Private Companies

News Agencies

Journalist or Writer

Legal Firms

Accounting Departments

The program is perfect for students who aspire to their career in legal education and desire to opt law as a career after intermediate.



Law is an epitome of career opportunities for both the public and private sectors. Law is one of the professions that is recession-free and jobs are available in private as well as public sector. The Government of India, as well as, various state governments release numerous posts for lawyers for graduates and post graduates in Law. Candidates for these lucrative job profiles are hired through entrance exams for serving different government departments. Since legal affairs are a part of almost every organisation, corporate firms also hire lawyers in order to take care of the legal tasks and requirements of the organisation. Skilled graduates can also take up private practice and earn huge salaries by practicing law at different courts. Following are some law profiles. Jobs for students after completion of graduation and post graduation in the field consist of:

  • Government Services include Legislative Counsel in the Legislative areas.
  • Legal Adviser in legal affairs and matters required for both the private and public sectors.
  • Judiciary including judge, magistrate, Munsif, and Sub judge.
  • Legal Outsourcing means practicing law services through an external firm which could also belong to out of the country.
  • Private firms include various jobs, such as legal advisers for legal decisions of the firm.
  • Legal Analyst
  • Legal Researcher
  • Writing jobs for law books reports in news agencies or publications.
  • Advocate, Magistrate, Judge, Trustee
  • Oath Commissioner
  • Notary
  • Legal Document Reviewer
  • Fraud Investigator


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