Corporate Law

Corporate LawIntroduction:

The corporate sector or the business sector has seen an unprecedented growth in the last few decades. This has created a huge opportunities for the corporate law professional in the industry. A corporate lawyer is a person responsible for handling the business operations, decision in a legal way. The corporate lawyer or attorney provides guidelines to the company’s that how the business is conducted within the legal limits. The corporate lawyer also looks after the clients who has some sort of criminal charges against them regarding their business activities, and also legalized any new business initiative or business deal performed by an organization.

“Corporate law is also referred as Corporation Law & Company Law”.

A person who is a lawyer and specializes in corporation law is termed as “Corporate Lawyer”.

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The corporate lawyer is an important person to an organization, conducting all business activities in a legal way. The corporate lawyer or attorney can be hired by an organization or he can provide his service to one or more organization. The corporate lawyer provides assistance to the companies or business firms relating to employees contracts, taxation related issues in an organization, employee relations, labour and employment law etc.

Corporate Law Course:

Are you interested in Corporate Law Sector?. Then go ahead for the courses in this field.

The Law as a career field is a great career option for the students who are looking for their higher studies after their senior secondary education. If you are really interested in the law fields than there are various specialization courses that you can choose as per your interest. Corporate law is also one such specialized branch of law, which you can study either after completing your class 12th or after your graduation. If you are interested in the corporate field then this course will give you a platform, to work with big organizations and MNC’s.

How I can become a corporate lawyer?

If you are interested in this field, then you must pass your class 12th or senior secondary examination with an aggregate of 45% from a recognized board or university. After fulfilling the above eligibility criteria you can appear for the CLAT 2021 exam (common law admission test), conducted for the admission to the top government and private colleges in India. After successful clearing the exam, you may choose the course and specialized law branch of your choice.

Law courses in India:

There are various other law specialization courses that you can choose as per your interest these include:

B.A L.L.B: The B.A. LL.B is the most preferred choice of the law aspirants, this is an integrated course for the duration of 5 years. The students generally opt this course after completing their class 12th.

L.L.B.: L.L.B is also a 3 year course in law, you can go for this course after completing, you graduation from a recognized board or university.

L.L.M: The L.L.M is a postgraduate course in law, the candidates are applicable for this after the completion of B.A. L.L.B or L.L.M.

Some of the specialization course that you can choose after your class 12th or graduation is as follows:

Admission Process

How to get admission in law courses?

In India, there are various colleges and universities which offer law courses in plethora of specializations. Some college offers admission to students on the basis of the merit list of the qualifying exam.

While some other colleges give admissions on the basis of entrance exams. The entrance tests are organized at national, state or university level. Here we are providing you a list of top law entrance exams of the country:

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Law Entrance Tests

Are you looking for some good college to pursue law courses?

Here we have listed some top law colleges of the country:

  • National Law School of India University, Bangalore
  • National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad
  • National Law Institute University, Bhopal
  • West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
  • Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University, Lucknow
  • Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala

Career Scope

“Corporate law is a strong and versatile career option which has all the traits to make it an excellent career option.”

There are ample of job opportunities are available in government as well as private sectors. After pursuing degree in corporate law, you can get job placements in law firms, insurers, banks, asset managers, etc.

If you are interested in teaching field, you can become or appointed as a Teacher or Lecturer in colleges or universities after completing the masters degree in corporate law.

Some top job profiles are:

  • Corporate Lawyer
  • Assistant Manager
  • Corporate Events Associate
  • Professor
  • Associate Advocate
  • Legal Counsel/Officer

Employment Areas:

  • Corporate Firms
  • Law Institutions
  • Legal Consultancy
  • Law Enforcement Agencies
  • Courts or Judiciary


“In the corporate law sector, higher salary packages are awarded to the qualified candidates”.

After completing the course in corporate law, you can be hired by a business firm or a large MNC at a good salary package. The starting salary depends on your skills and from which college you have completed your course. In general you may get anywhere between Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 25,000 per month. After some experience you can easily make Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 60,000 per month.

Salary packages shall vary on different factors like company, education, candidate’s skills, work experience, etc.

Books & Study Materials

Choosing the right books to study, matters a lot in education. Here we have listed some popular books to study corporate law:

A Handbook on Corporate and Allied Laws by Munish Bhandari

A Ramaiya Board of Directors – Providing Guidance under the Companies Act 2013 and Allied Legislations by Savithri Parekh

Accounts Audit & Auditors Under the New Companies Act, 2013 by Kamal Garg

An Easy Approach to Company and Compensation Laws by Prof. J.P.Sharma

Circulars and Clarifications on Company Law by ISBN

Business and Corporate Laws An Easy Approach by Upendra Prasad

If you have any other queries regarding Corporate Law, you may leave your comments below.

Displaying 63 Comments
  1. Pranav khurud says:

    What is process after completion of ballb(hons)for become corporate lawyer

  2. Kashish says:

    Hello!! I am studying in 12th commerce n i have to do corporate law….so can i cmplte that in 3 yrs?

  3. shubhank says:

    Sir I am littlebit confused about my career option I am on my last year of b.a.ll.b Hons. And I wanna persue llm in corporate law so can you please suggest better colleges for me and how can I take admission over their?

  4. Ruchi says:

    I am a graduate in political science from C.U(W.B), and am about to pursue law. I am aiming for corporate law after my 3yrs L.L.B. My question is-
    Will my graduation in arts stream effect my chances of getting a corporate internship from a good company?

  5. pranav says:

    What about taking BBA.LLB? Then pursuing as a lawyer or legal adviser is better? Is there any scope for corporate law in india? Or should we try outside India??

  6. Adish Tiwari says:

    After completing llb and llm. Can I become professor in college or not

  7. UDIT JAIN says:

    for becoming corporate lawyer can i do BBA LLB(H) from GGSIPU and after completing BBA LLB(H) if i want to become corporate lawyer then i want to do interenship in corporate firm and after getting interenship degree from corporate firm and getting LLB degree after getting both the degree’s than i am known as corporate lawyer is i m wright r not…??

  8. RAUSHAN JHA says:

    Actually, i want to ask that can i do LLB 3 YRS. courses from Private Universities that is approved by BCI, UGC in india. So wouldn’t be any problem in future ?

  9. balamurugan says:

    Sir now i am nearest to complete my B.E
    After completing my course can I study any law courses ..blease send details to me sir

  10. krishna says:

    i m doing llb houns and after that what i do to become a income tax lawyer

  11. aditi says:

    Sir it’s my first year and I want to pursue my career in corporate law. Can I go for it and what should I do?

  12. Ritu says:


    I am HR Professional having more than 3 yrs of experiencing. I want peruse Law in Labor law or in company law via correspondence.I can attend the classes on sat & Sundays. Can you suggest me some good colleges in Delhi/NCR where I can apply.

  13. Rajesh says:

    Dear Sir,
    I completed in 2011 and ca-cpt cleared in 2012 then i joined articleship 3years in audit firm, last february-16 my articleship completed.I am really interested to pursue corporate law in distance education mode.It is possible to study distance course and is it good for my career.Please suggest me

  14. Grace says:


    I am working as an Talent acquisition Lead in Recruitment,I want to study Corporate Law,I have a few Questions Please help.

    Can you please know the Process …?How to apply for this Course
    This Course duration is 1 year?
    Can we do in Correspondence?
    What are the top colleges in Hyd?

  15. prajakta says:

    I m in last year of graduation further I want to do LLB course so please give me an idea which course should I select I have no idea about it so please help me out.

  16. Mandeep says:

    hello sir
    sir i am a 3rd year law student in amity law school,my concern is that, i am very confused about which field to choose after law. and also i want you to please throw some lights on the international exposures in the field.

  17. nishant says:

    Dear Sir,

    Plz tell me i am doing law from dr bhim rao ambedkar university agra and i am also doing but due to some course i am confuse which course is best for me,firstly i decide tow course but i am not able to select course between income tax law and corporate law.. plz tell me which sector is best for me so that i can earn hansom income with the help of this course.. i have only 3 year after that i have to earn income…plz suggest me

  18. Bharti Agarwal says:

    Hey.. now i m in syjc.. from commerce.. after my completion for CLAT what i m needed to study ??.. is it required to give exam only fron 17 Indian private colleges..? for corporate law which law course i should persue?.. Please reply 🙂

  19. Rishav says:

    I am currently doing my a long with my ACCA. I am really interested in corporate law. i wanted to know how long does it take to complete corporate law. And do we have to appear for the exams?

  20. Lakshmi says:

    Respected sir,

    Iam a BBA student which will be over by 2018. iam interested in corporate law. Can i study corporate law while iam doing my BBA like sunday classes or any coaching classes?

  21. Prajwal kanchi says:

    Can I do corporate law after llb? If yes what would be be the duration of the course?

  22. Sudharsanan Sridharan says:

    I completed my LLB degree and I am trying to get chance in corporate legal department. Should I need to take CLAT course or go with 2 years LLM business law? Please advise

  23. Ali Rizvi says:

    sir , i am from allahabad city. I want to ask that is it gud for me to do this course from allahabad university. I want to ask that did it leads to wide scope for me, and what are the conditions for gaining handsome amount of salary , by corporate law.

  24. Sana bhat says:

    hii…m Sana from kashmir…i want 2 go for llb 3 year course from kashmir university…i jus want 2 know is there any scope for llb in govt or private sector ,,,or itz a waste of time and money…plz do reply…

  25. Uzma pervez says:

    Hello, I have just complete my B.A in journalism & Mass communication(hons) under CU
    I want to become a corporate lawyer
    Do i hv to do LLB for 3yrs or is there any option that i can get law degree in two years?
    Please help

  26. himanshi shakya says:

    dear Sir/Madam,
    i am himanshi doing ba LLB (hons) .. i am in first year i want to ask that can i go in taxation field ? because i heard that it is necessary to do bcom LLB hons rather than Ba LLB hons for corporate field . please guide me i m in confusion nd i m tensed

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      you says right. Besides law affairs one should now the commerce aspect if surviving in corporate sector. But this is not for that we should change our aim.

  27. Dhanya Jayabalan says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am Dhanya from Coimbatore. I have completed my ACS and currently working as a Company secretary in Coimbatore. I wish to do specialisation in company Law. Can you please guide me with the feasibility and procedures.

    Thank you.

  28. nazmin begum says:

    Sir I am a 6th semester student with a commerce background with my specialization in Banking & Insurance .After my graduation I m interested in company law.Can you help me how to proceed to it.Is CLAT exam mandatory else i have to give any other entrance conducted by the institution itself.

  29. mehak says:

    sir ? is it compulsory to give the CLAT exam ? or there is any other option to do B.A LLB after 12th .

  30. Sourav Agarwal says:

    Sir I am doing executive level in icsi is it important to hold a ug degree for getting a job

  31. ROHIT S LOHIYA says:

    is any diploma in law beneficial for being a corporate lawyer

  32. virender singh says:

    Dear Sir,
    I am m-pharm , looking to pursue MBA in corporate laws,can you suggest from where and list of colleges to pursue MBA in corporate laws.

  33. tinish says:

    I m a graduate in b.a.llb hons…i wanted to do specialisation in corporate law . can u plz suggest me how can i further proceed ..

  34. rajashree mukherjee says:

    sir can i do cooperate law after class 12? comrce stream.can i become coporate lawyer after class 12?
    or i hav to complete my graduation, to became corporate lawyer?

  35. Rohit Kumar says:

    sir i want to become a government lawer.what is a step become a government lawer? how many experience is required?

  36. krishnachura kunda. says:

    sir i’d like to know more about corporate law. i’m a law student myself. i’m studying under Calcutta University in a very prestigious college named South Calcutta Law college. i am so much interested in corporate law but i see that in Govt colleges there are hardly any recruitments and private colleges are so expensive. i want a suggestion for this and also i’d like to know the scope of corporate lawyers abroad?

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Corporate lawyers have huge demand in the Corporate sectors so the job scope is good in this field, some of the colleges offering Corporate Law courses are listed below:
      NMIMS’ School of Law
      ILS Law College
      Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

  37. akshay jaiswal says:

    sir I have done btech civil I wish to do l.l.b after it so give me sugesstion to which type of law study

  38. chetna says:

    how mch tym does it require to cmplte corporate law ?
    do I need to prctise for corporate law after my 5 yrs BBA llb integrtd course ?
    or I cn jb a dyrct job aftr completion of my graduation?

  39. Devanshi Burande says:

    Any entrance exam for law in corporate sector what is this exam & how to prepare for it

    • pronay mukherjee says:

      Yes, there is the exam CLAT as the entrance exam for corporate law. You will be provided with syllabus and guidelines, when u register.

  40. harshita tarwey says:

    I m a graduate in bcom hons. N pursuing CS professional programme ..i wanted to do specialisation in corporate law since it is much related to my field n ll help me in adding weightage to my degree..can u plz suggest me how can i further proceed ..recognised institutes n everything… since i hv already done wid my grads in much less time can i cmplt dis specialisation in corporate law,,,

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      their are many universities and colleges which are offering courses in the field of corporate law..

      • harshita tarwey says:

        Dts wt i want to knw.. name of universities whr i can apply.. fr doin LLB fr 3 years..

  41. HS says:

    Hello Sir/madam,

    I am B.Tech graduate (Mechanical Engineer) and Currently I am working at a Maharatna PSU serving the Nation for last four decades. While working as an engineer I see there are may legal complications be it related to contractual disputes with contractors, arbitration, labor law issues etc. and that made me think about studying law related to my field (corporate/business law and labor law) which would help in my current job (as a legal adviser) as well as help me grow faster in my career having a mixed background of engineering and law. As I work at project sites in remote areas I cannot attend regular courses while working and I Cannot leave my job as my family is dependent on me and my job. So I think distance learning is my way out in this situation. I request you to please suggest me best in class law colleges/institutes and courses related to my concern and their recognition. I would be very thankful to your for your help.

    Waiting for early response.

    • Sarvgyan Team says:

      Yes, you can pursue law courses by correspondence, there are many colleges and universities in India offering law by correspondence. Some of them include:

      • Mrinal Maheshwari says:

        Please advise universities who is offering corporate law through correspondance…..

      • Parth Bishnoi says:

        Mohit Negi you can go for MBL which stands for master in business laws which is a masters degee in law . It is distance education course by NLSUI Banglore.

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