Dear Aspirant, Commerce graduation would be a good base for studying Law and getting into Corporate Law as a specialisation. You can have your own practice of Corporate Law or may you can join a Law firm too. Yes, the Three Year LLB course eligibility is minimum a Graduate. Therefore, you have completed BCom or thinking of doing LLB after BCom, then definitely you can do it. Just ensure that the LLB course is under a Statutory University and the college through which you are thinking of doing it is recognised by Bar Council of India (BCI). Further, let me share that there is no correspondence

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Civil Lawyer category

Hi Dheeraj, Basically there are two types of LLB (Bachelor of legislative law) offered on the basis of educational qualification and the duration of same course. One of the LLB course offered for three years for students having a bachelor's degree and other is the LLB course is offered for five year for students having senior secondary degree. So being done your 12th you are eligible for the LLB five course for which there is no provision of minimum percentage marks required in the 12th to pursue the same course from many private universities with low rating. But for pursuing of this course

3 answers Harshit Shah in Civil Lawyer category

Hello Meenakshi, Welcome to career guide .com Thanks for approaching us with your career query . Law as a career is one of the respectable career . Many students aspire to make a career in law. Lawyer is a person who studies the law and interprets them for the layman. The work of lawyer is now not restricted to the court rooms it has moved much beyond . Lawyers are needed in the various work settings like Coporates,Banks,Financial Institutes etc. In order to opt for the law there are two ways to go for it - 1. Apply for 5 year law course after completing 12th irrespective of your stream. 2.A

4 answers Vivek Negi in Civil Lawyer category

Hi Friend,       The first and the easiest and most popular step now a days Law Graduates does is that they try to get a job in an LPO ( Legal Process Outsourcing). This is a very different kind of a job for any of the Law Graduate since they will not have an idea of what LPO does untill and unless you go for an interview and you come to know. In this field the foreign law firms or corporation outsource their legal work to LPO and LPOs will do legal work on the clients behalf. By doing this you can get a good amount of money which is 20 to 25 thousand minimum for

2 answers Ravi Thakor in Civil Lawyer category

Dear Aspirant, It appears that you are misinformed about correspondence courses. Not every course is allowed or is available through correspondence. Considering Law as a career is a very good option and definitely, you are on the right track and have asked this question at the right time. It would be ideal that you join the 5-year integrated full-time course of Graduation+LLB from a recognised college and university. You can appear for CLAT and aim for doing it from top Law Institutes in India. Please let me inform you that as per Bar Council of India, LLB course CANNOT be offered through dist

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Civil Lawyer category

thankyou wonderful reply sir

3 answers Renu in Civil Lawyer category