AV LUCENT 

Distance Learning academy.....

Bachelor in Computer Application Bachelor of Business Administration Central Administrative Tunnel/Common Admission Test Doctorof Philosophy Graduate Management Admission Test Graduate Record Examination International English Language Testing System Judiciary Master of Business Administration Master in Computer Application National Eligibility Test Test of English as Foreign Language University Grants Commission Xavier Aptitude Test.

If you are aspiring for Judiciary/DU LLB / LLM Entrance, you can join AV Lucent. Large no of their students are selected every year with very high success rate. AV Lucent has been established for imparting training to produce highly dynamic, efficient, knowledgeable and talented law professionals which include future noble Jurists, eminent Judges, energetic members of the Bar, result oriented corporate law officers, intelligent research scholars, leading bureaucrats, efficient Law professors and other revolutionary legal professionals. The panel of Faculty at AV Lucent helps the law aspirants in various ways as follows: 

1. Judicial Services Exam Preparation (PCS / Civil Judge) 

2. LLM Entrance Exam Preparation (DU / CLAT / ILI)

 3. LLB Entrance Exam Preparation (DU / CLAT).

Graduation requirements for an LL.M. program vary depending on the respective university guidelines. Some programs are research-oriented and require students to write a thesis, while others only offer a number of classes that students must take to complete the course of study. Many LL.M. programs combine both coursework and research. Part-time programs are also available for professionals wishing to complete their LL.M. while working full-time.

Prospective students should be aware that there is no universal definition for the term LL.M. It is used in different ways by institutions around the world. Particularly in the United States and Germany, LL.M. programs are often designed to teach foreign lawyers the basic legal principles of the host country. In this regard, the LL.M. can help lawyers seeking to relocate and practice in another country, or expand their area of practice to multinational issues. The completion of an LL.M. program, however, does not automatically qualify foreign students to take the bar exam in their host country. In the U.S., for example, some states allow foreign lawyers to seek admission to the bar upon completion of an LL.M., while in other states, a J.D. is required.

LL.M. is an abbreviation of the Latin Le-gum Magistrate, which means Master of Laws. In Latin, the plural form of a word is abbreviated by repeating the letter. Hence, "LL." is short for "laws." Le-gum is the possessive plural form of the Latin word lex, which means "specific laws", as opposed to the more general concept embodied in the word jus, from which the word juris and the modern English word "justice" are derived.