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O.P. Jindal Global University

Best Seller

L.L.M. in Corporate & Financial Law

India's first-ever LL.M. Programme designed for the next generation of Legal Professionals. An LL.B. is Mandatory.

12 months

30 Hrs/week

LLB Degree Mandatory

Eligibility Criteria

Institute of Eminence (IoE)

Recognized by the Ministry of Education, govt. Of India

Top Subjects you will Learn

  • Advanced Company Law,Banking & Financial Law, Corporate Insolvency Law, Commercial Contract Drafting, Private Equity,M&A Transactions

Job Opportunity

  • Attractive Jobs at Famous Law Firms, Legal division of MNCs or Indian Corporations.

Key Highlights

  • 800+ Hour of Learning Content

  • 90+ Hours of Live Sessions

  • 10+ Industry Case Study

  • 10+ Assignments

  • Learn from JGLS - the best law school India

  • Blended Learning 

  • For Working Professionals

Who can do this Program

  • Fresh Law Graduates, Legal Professionals working in Law firms, Academic or Research Professionals.


  • Bachelor's Degree in LLB (3 & 5 Year Graduates) with greater than or equal to 45%  Marks. Candidates who have an accurate exam score LSAT India 2023, CLAT PG 2023, DU LLM 2023 or LSAT International Score of last 5 Years.


  • Legal Research Methodology

  • Law of Banking and Finance

  • Corporate Insolvency Law

  • Advanced Company Law

  • Law and Justice in Globalizing world

  • Comparative Public Law

  • A Practitioner's approach to Competition Law in India

  • Mergers, Acquisitions, and Private Equity


Best-in-class content developed by faculty leaders and Industry experts in the form of videos, Case studies, and Projects.


Hours of Learning Content


Hours of Live 



Industry Case Study


Week Long





Total Credits

Career Outcomes

A brief overview of the placement assistance that graduates of this program received

Maximum Salary Hike


Avarage Salary



Hiring Partners


Great Topics for Dissertations

Corporate governance in organizations managed by founders in India

An analysis of insider trading legislation in comparison

Frameworks of national and international public law regulating foreign investment

Abuse of dominance, predatory pricing, and deep discounting

Managing Legal Risk in Mergers and Acquisitions

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