In India, students who aspire to make their career in legal field can pursue legal education (LL.B) either after Class XII or after completing Graduation. Students can save one by opting for an integrated LL.B program / 5 Yr. LL.B program right after Class XII. Integrated LL.B / 5 Yr. LL. B course is offered by National Law Universities (NLUs), Deemed to be Universities and many law colleges affiliated to conventional Universities. Admissions to this course is through an entrance test conducted by an autonomous body / by the respective University. Some of the key law entrance exams are enlisted below. Click on the exam icon to know more about the law entrance test, pattern, marking scheme, cut-offs and many more details.
Before 2016, law colleges in Maharashtra admitted students on the basis of the percentage obtained in the final year of Graduation. In 2016, Government of Maharashtra introduced MAH Law CET to screen law aspirants. Click on the icon given below to know it in all details.