Himachal Pradesh college of Law has been established to impart qualitative education to the students so that they can emerge as excellent lawyers, brilliant Judges, successful Legal executives to serve in corporate world and elsewhere and also competent law teachers. With this motto, it will be our sincerest endeavor to establish a faculty which would be potentially viable to cater the needs of law Courts, Law firms, Judicial service, trade organizations and Law Colleges. I candidly recall that in early decades-that is from the 50s to the 90s, the subject of Law was opted by a large number of students without any consideration of future career prospects, but now, with very attractive avenues in the multi-faceted field of legal practice and jobs comprising governmental and non-governmental spheres, the legal environment has undergone a sea change. The students at present have a curious pursuit of Law courses. In this changed scenario we propose to teach and train the Law Students, who will be picked up as far as possible from the vicinity as also from far flung areas. With this mission, we have resolved, as per desire of Sh. Rajnish Bansal, the Chairman and Mr. Vikas Bansal, vice- chairman of Himalayan Group of Professional institutions to provide a value based program to serve the society.

With so many maladies existing in the society such as crime against humanity especially against women, corruption and cyber-crime etc., the necessity of bringing up outstanding Law Graduates has become the need of the hour and indeed the day. We are determined to address all these challenges by providing talented law Graduates so as to help the society in national development. Also it will be our object to impart comprehensive legal education to achieve excellence in the sphere of advanced studies as well as research work. We contemplate disseminating Legal knowledge by organizing seminars, symposia, workshops, moot courts and conferences. To infuse the young brains with the ability to analyse and evolve solutions to contemporary problems, will be another task. Certainly this college will liaise with other famous institutions in India and abroad. It will be the greatest pleasure of my life to have a personal rapport with every student and share the experiences of my long drawn career of 42 years as a Judge. It is my sincere belief that meeting the minds of older and younger generations breeds inspiration, confidence, discipline and a positive approach. The students with their inquisitiveness learn a lot with such free and frank interactions.


  • To provide liberal in its traditional form.
  • To equip the students of our college with knowledge and experience and encourage them to take up the legal profession with dignity
  • To instil confidence in the students to ensure fair play of equity and justice.
  • To create enlightened and cultured citizens with awareness of their civic responsibility and commitment to society.
  • To instill confidence in the student to ensure fair play of equity and justice.
  • To service in the judiciary with intellect and without fear or favour and leave an imprint of integrity and honesty.


  • To build this instruction in size and strength, with the ultimate goal of achieving the status of a university attracting global recognition and acclamation for excellence and projects of research.
  • To provide legal education to the young aspirants, well in line with our mission. To prepare the student to reason logically with clarity, and master oral and written communication skills.
  • • To provide continuing legal education to our old students to improve their competence and conduct themselves with loyalty to their profession without compromising quality under any circumstances.



Advocacy is one of the most sought-after careers for LLB graduates to choose from. Students who choose this pathway get the chance to practice in the District Court, High Court of the state, and the Central Supreme Court. But it is important for aspirants to clear the All India Bar Council examination in order to qualify for their practice. To become a good advocate, one must first work as a junior assistant to a senior advocate. It entails drafting papers and researching cases. This gives them a fresh outlook on the law. So, after learning the law, they would be ready to work as an independent lawyer.

Legal Advisor

It is the best LLB career path you can choose in terms of the variety of opportunities available. A legal advisor can provide advice on various legal matters to the corporate sector, firms, organizations or individuals. They help their clients in drafting contracts, legal papers, and resolving disputes. A legal advisor has to pass the bar exam after graduating from law school and also needs a state license to practice this profession.

Corporate Counsellor or Lawyer

Corporate legal firms provide incredible opportunities for recent law graduates. It is considered the most appealing field for lawyers and is regarded to be the most prominent field of law in India. These specialists can counsel corporate firms either as an employee or working as a full-time counsellor. A corporate lawyer makes sure that the organization complies with all applicable policies and regulations. He mainly deals with lawsuits or shareholder issues.

Government Services & Indian Armed Forces

Students with L.LB are also recruited for Indian legal services and various other posts such as Legislative counsel in the Legislative department and Legal advisors in the Department of Legal Affairs. Also, the Legislative Department of India has a separate official language division for Legislative Counsels, available in Hindi and other regional languages.

The selected candidates also have a choice to get a career in the Indian Army, Air Force, and Navy. They conduct disciplinary hearings and court-martials for defaulting army personnel in accordance with the law.

Legal Outsourcing

Legal outsourcing is a term that refers to a practice in which a law firm obtains legal services from an external firm. If the outsourced entity is from another country, it is called off sharing. This is another area where the potential has not been completely realized. There are countless opportunities for the country's people in this industry.

Private Firm

The private sector is constantly brimming with new work opportunities as a result of its enormous and rapid growth. Law graduates may join these private companies located around the country after completing his/ her law degree. They may serve as Corporate or Legal Advisors to any private organization, helping them in making legal decisions. The requirement for a law graduate in all private sector firms is becoming increasingly significant


This is a great option for LLB graduates to choose if they want to play a major part in administrative affairs. They may work as a Judge or Magistrate for the country. However, students must devote a significant amount of time to preparing for competitive examinations. The applicant must hold an LLB degree from a recognized university and a maximum age of 35 to be eligible for these posts.Magistrate/Munsif or Sub-Judge posts are filled by new recruits through the Public Service Commission or by High Court supervision. A Magistrate leads all the criminal cases whereas civil ones are decided by the Sub Judge or Munsif. These officials can be promoted to District Judges and based on seniority further proceeded to High Court and Supreme Court.

Higher Education

If you want to specialize in a particular area of law, you have various options for further higher law studies. After graduation, pursuing an L.L.M or MBA can help you to better understand the connection between business and law.

Legal Publishing and Journalist

Many lawyers work in the media industry, including print media such as newspapers and magazines, as well as electronic media such as news channels. They play an important role in educating the public about legal services such as annual government bills, transfer of funds to various sectors, huge investments by businessmen, and their influence on the economy. A lawyer who works in the media clarifies these complex issues for the general public.


Students with a strong academic record and at least a Master's or Ph.D. are more likely to be considered for positions at the country's most prestigious universities or law schools. There is considerable opportunity for visiting lecturers, as private universities are mushrooming and choose such individuals for their brilliance and insight. In this manner, you can also become a professor at public or private universities.

Some Other Career Options to Choice after Law

Aside from these popular career options for law graduates, applicants may also take an unorthodox path after graduation. Students can apply their legal knowledge in a variety of different professional environments. Some of these non-traditional career options have been listed below.

  • Human Rights
  • Public Welfare
  • Politics
  • Social Work
  • Policy Development

Law has a bright future since the market will continue to grow in need for legal competence. The salary varies according to the profiles and their roles and responsibilities. Finally, the choice is entirely up to your personal preferences and interests.

Salary Pay & Benefits

Salary pay in the law profession varies and depends on the career path you choose. In the government sector, you get the additional advantages aside from the basic wage. Government employees in India enjoy a generous salary and benefits. Whereas occupation in private sectors is also remarkable.


For our students to become truly career-ready, it is crucial that they gain first-hand experience through industry-affiliated talks, conferences and seminars. Through established relationships and collaborations with multiple national and international powerhouses, we give our students an insight into what it means to be a well-rounded and adaptable professional who is ever-ready to face the challenges brought on by the society and evolving technology. We intend to give our students clarity on career paths and help them find a company that aligns with their aptitude, interests and career goals.



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