Each and every country have it's own set of laws. So are the subjects that the lawyers have to study while pursuing their law degree program. Today there are universities that are offering online law degree programs, but most of the institutes offer only regular degree. The subjects that a law student studies while law degree matter a lot in future. For example, someone have graduated in law from India and wants to settle in Canada or US and practice as an attorney, there the subjects that (s)he have studied are matched with the requirements of that country. More details in next article.
So here's an overview of what a Indian Law Graduate studies while his/her law degree program:
LL.B Ist Year
1. Contract I (General Principles of Contract; Specific Relief Act, 1963; and Consumer Protection Act, 1986);
2. Contract II (Indian Contract Act, 1872; Indian Partnership Act 1932; Sale of Goods Act, 1930; and other specific contracts);
3. Law of Torts;
4. Family Law I (Hindu Law);
5. Family Law II (Mohammedan Law);
6. Constitutional Law of India;
7. Environmental Law;
8. Legal and Constitutional History of India (optional);
9. Professional Ethics, Lawyers Accountability and Bar bench relations (practical).
LL.B IInd Year
2. Law of Crimes;
3. Law relating to transfer of property and easement;
4. Company Law;
5. Public International Law and Human Rights;
6. Labour Laws;
7. Administrative Law;
8. Taxation Law (optional);
9. Public Interest Lawyering, Legal Aid and Para Legal Services (practical).
LL.B IIIrd Year
1. Law of Evidence;
2.The code of criminal Procedure, 1973; Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Probation of Offenders;
3. The code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and Limitation Act;
4. Legal Language, Legal Writing including General English and Interpretation of Statutes;
5. Trust Equity and Fiduciary Relationship;
6. Criminology And Penology;
7. Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Dispute Resolution System;
8. Land Laws; and
9. Drafting, Pleading, Conveyancing and Moot Court Trial.
Note: There can be variation in some subjects with change in location.