Let's catch the day of a Corporate Lawyer. It's a busy day and they get to do a lot of work.8:30 a.m.: Entered the office and went to the internal training session covering an aspect of the year-end reporting process. This is a part of the process adopted by the company. 10:00 a.m.: Met a client, alng with a senior advocate. They are stuck in an issue requiring legal advice. 10:30 a.m.: The discussion ended, but more research is required. So, I referred to the law books and tried to get the insights of the issue. 10:35 a.m.: Took a few minutes to check e-mails from the n

1 answer Deepak Rana in Constitutional Lawyer category

Hi Dear Friend, I am guessing that you must be either in class 12 or doing graduation. Well law is a very vast field today in the entire world because of the scopes and jobs are related with it. A Recent Survey by an International Survey Agency, Law is being the most, highly respectable and cream profession amongst the other professions. So first of all, if you want to do Law, you should get enrolled in a Law School (National Law Schools only). DO NOT GET ENROLLED IN ANY OF THE PRIVATE/DEEMED UNIVERSITY. Throughout the world Indian National Law Schools Degrees are only recognized so do not e

2 answers Renu in Constitutional Lawyer category

Dear Friend,Thank you very much for coming to this platform with your queri.First of becoming a Corporate Lawyer is not easy as it seems to be....it takes a lot out of you in order to be able to endeveour what you have and what you possess.First of all it is very important for a corporate lawyer to be able to under stand the minds of various people, so he/she should be mind reader in order to make a clear picture of the entire case in your head before getting prepared for the trials. You should be so much able to understand the minds of a people that you know that in which direction you need t

2 answers Ravi Thakor in Constitutional 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 Constitutional 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 Constitutional Lawyer category

Hi Dear Friend,Thank you very much for coming on this platform with your query, we will try our best y giving you the right suggestions and advice.Well first of all, you have asked one question but actually there are two question hidden in it. How? I am going to explain it...Working with and in an MNC and working as an Independent Corporate Lawyer is two different thing and there is a huge difference in both the working pattern.If you are working for an MNC as a Corporate Lawyer, it is understood that you are doing a job there and there are few rules and regulations and obligations comes along

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1 answer Rk Bajpai in Constitutional Lawyer category

Well, there are various exams conducted by IBPS and IBPS specialised officer is one of those exams wherein various specialised officers are selected by them. One among those specialised officers is law officers for the banks. Thus IBPS specialised officer recruitment for Public Sector Banks is done through this recruitment method of IBPS Specialised Officer Examination, in addition to this, some of the banks such as SBI, NABARD, SIDBI conduct their own examinations time to time for such posts. All a candidate needs is to be qualified for the post to apply for the examination to a law officer.

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Constitutional Lawyer category
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 Hello Pranay,  You can pursue a 3 years LLB course from any Institute recognised by the Bar Council of India. Eligibility is any Graduate with minimum 50% and one needs to clear an entrance exam. Check with the Institute you are intetested in. You can select a specialization only in the 3rd year. Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Constitutional Lawyer category

Well, law forms a vital component in the successful integration of people; it can impress a person with its inbuilt readiness to change itself in accordance with society. One can choose law for this reason amongst several other reasons. One very convincible reason for choosing law is that with the power of knowing law a lawyer can practice law independently without having to listen to any boss and his earning capacity can be defined to ‘Sky’s Limit’. For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths – Take here: Psychometric Career Tests including Ideal Career Tes

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Constitutional Lawyer category
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Hi, All the laws flow from the constitution of India, which is the supreme law of the country. “Law” thus is the basic part of our constitution. All the activities of an individual can be well regulated by laws.  Hence it is very important to learn laws of the land, where one resides and for those who want to master law or to study it, there are various colleges, universities which offer some common and some very specific courses in law at various academic levels.   For any Confusion Regarding Career Paths – Take here: Psychometric Career Tests including&n

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Constitutional Lawyer category

Hi, According to Roscoe Pound “law is an instrument of social change”. There is no doubt that lawyers are the social engineers, this has been proved time and again in the history of India, if we see from many of the political personalities to many of the freedom fighters we have got a big list of lawyers is very big. For example, Mahatma Gandhi, Dadabhai Naoroji, Sundernath Bannerjee, Madan Mohan Malviya and Motilal Nehru, Dr Rajendra Prasad and so on. Further even Narendra Modi Government has many lawyers in his cabinet who are heading important miniseries. For any Confusion

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Constitutional Lawyer category
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Hi, The following is a comprehensive guide to the top ten law colleges for law education in India. Before anyone directly jumps on to know, what is the list of top colleges in India?, one must first understand, the attitude of students opting law as a career has changed over the period of time with the emergence of very good institutions across India. The concept of opting law career as the last option has changed over the years and this field has gained a lot of importance. Also, the emergence of National Law Schools and their combined entrance test called CLAT has made everything much easier

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Constitutional Lawyer category

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1 answer Rakesh Nair in Constitutional Lawyer category

Hello Abhay,  Good career choice. Both LAW and finance are strong positions in any organization. But my question to you is which role would you be playing in an organization. Lawyer or finance manager. Agreed that as a lawyer financial knowledge is a must, but for that is an MBA required.  Rather I feel you could opt for a Company secretary course. This would expose you to financial knowledge, knowledge in taxation and budgeting and at the sametime laws supporting the above domains. In-case you are keen on management studies, I would suggest an MBA in industrial relations is a better

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1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Constitutional Lawyer category

Dear Aspirant, Your choice of Army on the basis of LLB studies is unique and I liked that. Hope you are not joining the Army to fight or may be getting inspired by the real Heroes and film heroes. If you are getting unnecessarily inspired and dreaming something about fighting for the nation, dying for the nation, etc. then LLB wont help you. You may go for the Legal Department in the Defence Forces, however the vacancies are very less. Also please remember that you may give some little time to appear for the Army Law Department entrance test but please do not rely on them completely and waste

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

Dear Aspirant, Nice to see that you having a baby and also wish to work and spend your time in some thing productive. Majority of the work from home jobs like data entry, or online advertisement posting or reviewing are fake and they are just hackers who have business of hacking and gaining fast money. Some also require you to pay registration fees and training fees but ultimately it does not result into anything. I myself have lost Rs 7500 some years back when I was in college. However there are genuine online work from home jobs available from reputed and trusted companies who outsource some

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

Dear Aspirant, Not every one can do every course or is suitable and intellectually capable. Medicine and Law are two different fields, having no relation with each other and therefore no comparison is possible. Please let me tell you that every career is good, just you have to judge and find out which is that career which is suitable to you as a distinct person. Hope you are aware that you are distinct person and have a certain set of skills and aptitude level which is different than others. If you accept this, then your career should also be based on that. There are no equations to tell you w

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