Conventional path to career in law meant 3 years of graduation, followed by 3 Yr. LL.B program. Students who decide to build a career in law at an early stage can save 1 year by opting for an integrated LL.B program (5 Yr. LL.B). All National Law Universities (NLUs) and many law colleges affiliated to traditional & autonomous/deemed universities also offer 5 Yr LL.B programs. CLAT, AILET, IPUCET, LSAT-India, SET (Law), MAH Law CET are a few important entrance tests for 5 yr. Integrated LL.B.
Factors like peer group, academic delivery, internship, and placement history contribute to the overall outcome.
Some of the popular law entrance exams for integrated LL.B programs are CLAT (NLUs), AILET (NLU-Delhi)
IMS programs for law entrance preparation are a well devised combination of offline & online content, supported by effective classroom delivery.Know more
3 Yr. LL.B is the conventional route to law studies after graduation. Most law colleges affiliated to traditional/state affiliated universities offer this program & admit students on the basis of aggregate marks in graduation. However, admission to these programs in Maharashtra is through MAH Law CET. National Law Universities do not offer 3 Yr. LL.B programs.
Some of the oldest & reputed law colleges like GLC, ILS, KC feature among the best avenues for learning.
Since 2016, admissions to law colleges across Maharashtra are on the basis of marks obtained in MAH Law CET, with no weightage given to past academic performance.Know more
IMS – the pioneer in entrance prep offers coaching for MAH Law CET in three modes to meet the requirements of law aspirants.