Master of Legislative Law

2 Year Degree Program
8-15Lac Avg Package

About Program

LLM is a postgraduate degree in law. A law graduate can either start a career or specialise their career into a specific law subject. With an LLM degree, one can study a law specialisation such as Criminal Law, Business Law, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Cyber Law and many more. LLM degree gives an aligned direction to one's career objectives.

Learning Objectives

Master advanced legal concepts and specialized areas through in-depth study and research.
Develop expertise in legal analysis, critical thinking, and scholarly writing for academic excellence.
Explore interdisciplinary perspectives and contribute to legal research and policy development.
Hone advocacy and negotiation skills to excel in legal practice and dispute resolution.


  • Secondary education 10+2 and LLB from recognized institutions.
  • Attainment of minimum academic scores specified.
  • Participation in an entrance examination for LLM admissions (if applicable).
  • Demonstration of English language proficiency as the program is conducted in English.
  • Submission of necessary documentation as per MDU guidelines.


  • Advanced legal specialization and expertise in specific areas of law.
  • Enhanced career opportunities in legal practice, academia, and consulting.
  • In-depth research and analysis to contribute to legal scholarship and reforms.
  • Networking and collaboration with legal professionals and scholars.
  • Global perspective and exposure to international legal systems and challenges.


2 Year 4 Semester
The importance of Law
Company Law in Details
First quiz
Basic understanding of data management concepts
2nd Assignments
Final Lesson
First quiz


There are many different types of law courses in India such as 5- year BA-LLB, BBA -LLB 3 year LLB, LLM, Diploma and PG Diploma, Certificate courses and PhD programmes offered in a plethora of specializations.
The minimum eligibility for pursuing law at bachelors level is passing 12th.
Yes, after completing BA students can go for the 3 year Law courses at bachelors level .