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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

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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

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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

Dear Friend,Thank you very much for coming on this platform and ask for your furture prospects related queries.Before I go aheada and advice you on doing something or followig my advice, I would like to introduce myself to you so that you have full trust on what I say or advice to you.I am Legal Professional having BSL.LLB, PGDBCL, DBM and LLM. As you can see from degrees I am into a pure legal field.Law is a very vast pool now a days and has tremendous future prospects if you decide what you want to do in this field. Today the legal field has changes so drastically in entire world that it has

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Hello AAzka,   Any Institute that is recognised by the Bar Council of India, is good for studying LAW.   But please note, colleges that come under the Bar council of India, conducts the CLAT entrance exam for students to seek admission. And please note, once  a student clears the entrance exam, he or she though lists down colleges of their choice, there is no guarantee of the college they get into. They can get admission in any college anywhere.   Wish you good luck...

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Hello Piyush,   I dont see the reason or logic for you to pursue DTL course. Anyways you are pursuing LAW and taxation is covered in that course.   A LAW graduate has more importance if tomorrow you apply for a job in the taxation department than a Diploma holder.   Anyways, only after you Graduate, you can pursue the course.   I leave the choice to you.   Wish you good luck...

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Dear, Thanks for contacting us, You can do LLB after BCA also. After BCA, you can opt for LLB. After completion of LLB, You can join LLM( Cyber security) programme  from various universities or you can make a career as Cyber expert . Your BCA will be an advantage for you.  All the best

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Hi Pranali As such there is no age crieteria for LLB. However I shall advise you to prepare thoroughly for CLAT ..the most coveted entrance exams for Law aspirants. The test typically examines you on General Aptitude ( Quant and Verbal) Logical Reasoning  Law Case Studies . This will open your gateway to the best of the Law Schools in India. All the bedt

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Hello Khushagra,  Congratulations on passing 10th. Hope you have certain characteristics like Being witty Language / communication skills Research oriented Foresightedness Persistent The above characteristics are needed to be successful as a Lawyer apart from academics. After 10th, you have 2 options. Opt for 11th and 12th any stream. Appear for CLAT and pursue a 5 years degree in LAW. Pursue Graduation any stream. Then appear for CLAT and pursue a 3 years degree course. Choice is yours. Though there are private institites that offer a LAW degree,without entrance exam I say CLAT becau

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