You need to earn a bachelors degree and take the LSAT before you can be admitted to law school to earn a J.D. degree . VERY few undergraduate colleges in the United states offer a LL.B., bachelors of law degree program. A. J.D. takes 3 or more years. Some people will tell you that a J.D
Is the equivalent of master of ars or master of science Degree but not the equivalent of an Ph.D. or M.D. It's probably somewhere in between a masters and a Ph.D. since I have not been to law school myself I am unable to argue from personal life experience other than I have the equivalent of 1.9 masters of science degrees in life experience in graduate school.
At some point in law school in the USA you have to decide what KIND of law you want to specialize in. Admirality law is a specialty. Tulane University does have an admirality law program that has an exchange program with European universities. Two of my roommates were French law students. One of them was my roommate for 2 years.
have to have an internship or be a law clerk with a lawyer or law firm before you can take the state bar exam for the state and get a license to practice law. Be careful about which state you go to for law school. Louisiana has a different law code than the rest of the United States, Napoleonic law rather than English Common law
Decide WHERE you get your bachelors degree, India or the United States. A bachelors from India might not be accepted.