Law is a career stream that candidates pursue at undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) or doctorate (PhD) level to practice the legal profession in India. Law as a career is very popular among students in India. The popularity of this stream can be judged from the fact that famous people like Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela as well as former US President Barack Obama were lawyers.
These days, law graduates do not just opt to get dressed in black and white apparels and head to court but also make their presence feel in corporate houses, law firms, law agencies, administrative services and the likes.
Post completion of the law course, you can get an opportunity to work in various fields including litigation, law firms, government agencies, banks and more. The legal profession is one of the highly paid professions in which earning depends entirely upon the name, fame, experience and job profile of the candidate.
At VGU I had the best educational experience. The best part is that it places a greater emphasis on practical knowledge rather than theoretical knowledge. VGU is the epitome of ‘Perfectionism’ for me, and studying here has instilled in me the skills and knowledge required to be a professional in the field
Success was a phenomena in my mind which I wanted to strive for, before I came to Vivekananda Global University. And it was made apparent here by the guidance of the mentors, my hardwork and fate that I flew high to the right direction from where I was founded.
“The prime and dominant principles which we advocate and teach to our graduates are honesty, ethics and kindness. I feel great pleasure to congratulate you on choosing the most academically inspiring, and rewarding, educational experience of your life. VGU SCHOOL OF LAW started in 2017. Since then, our programs in BA LL.B, BBA LL.B, LL.B and LL.M have been nurturing students for professional development. The main objective of VGU SCHOOL OF LAW is to cultivate the spirit of research, philosophy of integrated learning, values of honesty, advocacy, reliability and commitment to the cause of justice.