LL.M. being postgraduate qualification in law can be a great opportunity to specialize in the subject and acquire a wide understanding of the nuances of the vast ocean of law. Besides enhancing knowledge, it can also add an edge to one’s career. Lawyers often use LL.M. to deepen an existing specialization or develop a new one. Moreover, if one’s interest in law lies outside of practicing and incline towards academics, LL.M. becomes indispensable. A research-focused LL.M. can be a gateway into a PhD and a future role in academics. However, a whole mix of factors contributes to one’s success, including years of professional experience, law school status and the area of specialization. Admission to LL.M. course is conducted through an entrance exam across several universities in India. Needless to say, the competition is extremely high given the limited number of seats in prestigious universities. Therefore, the performance in the entrance exam is a deciding factor as far as admission is concerned. The syllabus of the entrance exam basically comprises constitutional law, jurisprudence, family law, law of contract, criminal law, law of torts and public international law. Entrance exams in some universities also have questions related to labour and industrial law, cyber law and intellectual property law. The present book has been written keeping in mind the syllabus of LL.M. entrance exams across various universities in India. Concise text followed by multiple choice questions on each subject has been provided. Solved question papers of previous years’ examinations have also been incorporated so as to give the aspirants an idea of the pattern of questions asked. The book is recommended for LL.M. entrance exam aspirants to ace the exam.