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LLM (Master of Law) in Intellectual Property and Trade Law
Duration: 2 years
Level: Master Programme.
Mode of Admission: Merit /Management
- Merit- process involves selection criteria based on the particular college applied.
- Management- Students looking for Management seats can go for Direct Admission.
About the Course:
The LL.M Intellectual and Trade Law programme is the specialized post-graduate programme that deals with the concepts of law and order in terms of intellectual property and Trade Law.
The LL.M. Intellectual Property and Trade law is a perfect platform where the students will be learning in-depth about the governance and legal subjects related to Intellectual Property Rights and Trade Laws.
The students will be studying in details about the research methods and legal writing on Intellectual Property rights. The students will also be given a detailed understanding of the globalisation, various laws related to e-commerce, copyright, patent and designs and trademarks.
Course Name: LLM in Intellectual Property and Trade Law
Affiliation: Christ University (Deemed)
Eligibility: A candidate who has passed LLB (3 or 5 year courses) with a minimum of 50 % aggregate marks from any recognised University in India or abroad recognised by UGC / AIU is eligible to apply. Students appearing for their final degree examinations in March-May 2020 are also eligible to apply. Applicants who are in the final year of their studies should have secured 50% or above aggregate in all the Semesters / Years of Undergraduate Examinations conducted so far.
Duration: 1 year, Full time, Postgraduate Programme
Campus Location: Hosur Road Campus
The University is well connected with Airport, Railways & Bus
Distance From Bangalore Airport : 41 km
Distance From City Bus Stand :10.4 km
The LL.M Intellectual Property Rights and Trade students can find ample job opportunities. There is no dearth for LL.M. Intellectual Property Rights & Trade Law students they can easily land in areas like E-Commerce Websites, Research Institutions, Production and Manufacturing Units, Packaging industries and many more.
The LL.M Intellectual Property Rights and Trade graduates can also take up the teaching profession and can join as professors in law colleges and universities.
Some of the careers for LL.M graduates are:
The law students can find ample job opportunities in various law firms, courts, MNC companies.
If they are interested to become entrepreneurs than they can start their law firms and can carry out the individual practice.
Some of the companies hiring law graduates are: