Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 ) 05 January 2022
the LLM degree is not compulsory to become a professional lawyer; however, it is certainly very beneficial in the concerned area of the legal sector. The LLM may be completed in just one year in India also.
Aryan Raj 05 January 2022
In response to your query,
LLB is sufficient to become a lawyer or a chief justice of any HC or SC, and no LLM is required. The LLM programme is a master's degree programme developed for students who want to pursue higher education in the subject of law and work as a professor or do research in the field. For those who desire to work as a legal lecturer, an LLM is required. To be eligible for a lecturer position, you must pass the National Eligibility Test (NET) or meet other criteria, and you must be an LLM to take the NET.
However, if you want to pursue higher education, research, or lectureship, an LLM is required. Hence for your job profile you don't need to have an LLM degree and if you have one that's much better and you can pursue it from any university.
chaitri kharod 05 January 2022