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MASTER OF LAW (LL.M)

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Master of Law (LL.M)

  • Duration

    4 Semester (2 Years)

  • Course Fee

    50,000 (Annum)

  • Exam Fee

    3,000

  • NSQF

    3 To 5

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The Programme is approved by Bar Council of India

*The title of the programme is approved u/s 22 of University Grants Commission (UGC) Act 1956.


Arunachal University of Studies offers a postgraduate degree in law i.e Masters of Law. It is a two-year postgraduate programme that focuses on the entirety of the legal world and studies. The course is structured to offer legal education regarding all spectrums and trademarks of legal practices of the country and also across the universe. The Master of Law (LL.M) not just upgrades the alma mater better but helps to potentially advance your career. However, a master's degree alone cannot upgrade one’s ambition. This is why AUS tutors’ students to become a skillful professional in and out.

With curriculum revolving around international law, criminal law, business law, corporate law, etc The Faculty of Legal Studies has an inclusive environment that applies greater emphasis on research and practical based law studies. This ensures students can expertise in various fields of legal studies. With multiple specializations to offer such as human rights, international law, environment law, labour management, administration law, contracted insurance law, etc is an advanced course that enhances the overall rational thinking of a student.

AUS puts more effort into making every student capable enough to develop a problem-solving ability in the entire two years of course. To achieve this target departmental seminars, workshops etc along with awareness camps are added to the curriculum so that maximum practical knowledge is being taught/learned within the classroom atmosphere. Either way, this course is perfect to cultivate excellence in the mind of young law students and make them better in every sense of understanding.

Skills required to be a lawyer


  • A student must pay attention to details. It is a lawyer's first job to seek every piece of information from top to bottom to form the basic bone of any case. And to do this, utmost attention needs to be implemented.
  • A student must be a good communicator to give logical reasons while presenting the case. A lawyer should be confident enough to ask the right set of questions at the right time. This helps the judge to form a pattern with a thorough explanation ensuring that the case gets a win every time.
  • A student must be a good writer. Reading and writing both are two important parts of a legal career. Knowing the language of the law is truly important because it is difficult to interpret. Therefore learning how to read and write with respect to the law can make a student achieve greater heights, career-wise.
  • A student needs to be self-disciplined and have a sense of moral code. Students must understand that lawyers are made to offer rightful justice to clients and not choose sites even when the client is guilty. It is the job of the lawyer to protect the innocent in his or her country and having a strong moral code is what makes this world a better place to live.




50,000 (Annum)

To pursue a degree in Master of Law (LL.M) a candidate must have an undergraduate degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) or equivalent.

  • Career opportunities open up with students completing the Graduation but with Master of Law (LL.M.) one can continue their Masters of Philosophy in Law (M.Phil.) or even Doctor of Philosophy in Law (PhD).
  • For those who wish to be in the line of teaching, there is a huge line of success being Educators in same.
  • One can practice as an Advocate.
  • Both Government and non-Governmental organizations are open for having these professionals as their Legal Advisor.
  • Banks do offer the LL.M. professionals the Special Law Officer post.
  • For those who wish to be in Civil Services, its an open field.
  • Last but not the least, one can be Judicial officers of Courts/Magistrate or even the Junior Legal and Research Consultant in Human Right Commission.

So, opportunities are many but it falls only for those who wish to continue and demand. LL.M. as a course is an achievement in itself and for ones who wish to know further, there are fields to learn too.