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

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3 answers Renu in Civil Lawyer category

Dear Friend,Thank you very much for coming on this platform with your query in hope to find the answer of your question. We are really very happy to assist you finding a suitable answer to your question.In last 5 years Law field has gone from 0 to 100. I am being an Advocate can understand this very well and I have seen the development happening in from of my eyes. It is one of the most challengin and rewarding field these days which can not just earn you money but also fame, name and reputation.Ther are 100s of companies, organisations, law firms and lpos in India who hires law graduates. But

2 answers Ravi Thakor in Civil Lawyer category

Hello My Dear Career Aspirant,I understand that you are from a Science background and have done HSC with PCM subjects and wished to do engineering, however due to dislike of physics, you did not opt for engineering and now you are looking for other courses which can make and take your career in the rigth direction.Your case is unique and I will surely try to guide you. I am thank ful to you for approaching CareerGuide.com for seeking guidance and advice on your unique and critical career query.LLB as a career option:Since you said you do not like physics and there fore did not opt for engineer

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

Law is emerging as a fast growing profession. In these days of globalization and liberalization , it is likely to get further momentum as more lawyers would be required to handle cases arising out of international trade and as a result of growing importance of WTO. Lawyers are held in high esteem in a civil society as they render valuable service to all segments of the society by getting their constitutional and legal rights enforced through courts -civil or criminal , at all levels of judiciary , that is trial court, high court, supreme court or quasi jud

1 answer Preeti Taneja in Civil Lawyer category

Dear Aspirant, Firstly, since you are thinking of two courses which are very different than each other, one of them you are thinking is engineering. SO I suppose that you have 12th PCM as the stream. Now I would like to ask you where in Science stream you got to know about the Law field or course and you thought that would be an alternative to the engineering career? Nice to see though that you have approached us before deciding the course option and not after choosing and taking admission. Comparing both these is of no use, since their career paths are different, sectors, domain and industry

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

Dear Aspirant, Are you planning to settle in Indonesia after doing LLM from there? If the answer is yes, then definitely going ahead for the said scholarship is a good choice. However I am confused... You say its LLM and then you also say its under graduate, how is this possible? If you have no plans to settle there, then studying Law of Indonesia is of no use anywhere in India.  Please do not fantasise of abroad degrees and courses without any logic and planning for the future. I would suggest that doing LLB and then LLM from India is the best option. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Civil Lawyer category

Dear Aspirant, Five Year Integrated Law Course (LLB) is definitely a good career option and is available with Delhi University. This will give a graduation as well LLB degree in five years. If you are interested in Law profession as a Lawyer or Advocate or Attorney, then pursuing integrated course in Law is the best choice. You can appear for CLAT exam and also get eligible for admission to National Law Universities apart from the Delhi University. Doing Law from NLU is a thing of pride. With Law degree you can get jobs in legal departments of companies, secretarial departments, banks, in

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

The students generally are much concerned about the Infrastructure, widely experienced faculty members, good placements in high profile organizations and that too with handsome salaries. Keeping all these things in mind one must make a choice for a renowned and reputed institution. Yes, Bikaner University is definitely a good choice, but before taking a final decision you need to consider some other equally good institutions too, these are - National Law School of India, Bikaner,........................Nalasar University of Law, Nalasar, Hyderabad,....................Lovely Professional Univer

2 answers Dr. Ashwani Rana in Civil Lawyer category

Dear Aspirant, You have not mentioned which std you are in or you are a graduate? However I will put taking some assumptions: 1. If you are in 12th or passed 12th any stream, you can choose to go for BA LLB or BBA LLB. This would be a five years integrated course where you will become a graduate as well as law graduate. For this you may have to appear for an entrance test conducted by the concerned university or institute approved by Bar Council of India. You can also appear for CLAT Exam which is regarded for admission to National Law Universities in India. 2. If you are a graduate any stream

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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

Dear Aspirant, Your question is interesting since that gave me a feeling as if you were in a market and you were wondering which product to choose. Please keep in mind that its career and its your career and not a market place where you can choose anything you like or have in mind. I would like to firstly assess whether you are capable for Law studies and do you have the interest, passion and aptitude to get into law as a career and get successful. Law as a career definitely is challenging, interesting and growing and yes money making too. It also depends on which Law you choose for caree

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Civil Lawyer category

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

Dear Aspirant, Can you tell me from which State/City are you wishing to do LLB course after graduation. As far as Maharashtra is concerned, for LLB course admission there is now a compulsory Entrance Test. This entrance test is compulsory for three year and five year LLB course admission as per the Govt. of Maharashtra notification. Best wishes

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