Corporate Lawyer - Career Queries

Corporate lawyers are the lawyers who work with corporate clients and provide advice on various legal issues and the policies of the company.

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 Corporate 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 Corporate 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 Corporate 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

1 answer Ravi Thakor in Corporate 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

2 answers Renu in Corporate Lawyer category

Dear Corporate Law Professorship Aspirant,You know what? This is one of the best and unique queries I have come across in my seven years of career counselling which includes counselling for many students of diverse fields like finance / law / management / engineering, etc. As an Educationist I really liked your query since it is one of the rarest asked today when students are in general aspiring to become managers in corporates.I am very glad that you approached CareerGuide.com for seeking clarification to your wonderful query and I am equally happy to answer it.Corporate Law:Corporate Law is

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

Dear Aspirant, If you are in the 12th std, you can choose five year integrated course in Law by doing BA LLB / BCom LLB, BBA LLB, etc. You can appear for CLAT exam and aim for doing this from the top law schools in India. If you are a graduate, you can get admission to three year LLB course. Ensure that the college is approved by Bar Council of India and is affiliated to a good University. LLB degree is a minimum requirement for getting a law profile job or to do your own advocacy. With LLB you can get job in secretarial department, law departments of companies. Corporate Lawyer you can defini

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

1 answer Halima Sadiya in Corporate Lawyer category

Dear Aspirant, To study Constitutional Law and practice as a Lawyer, you first need to become a Law graduate from a recognised Univeristy and an Institute approved by Bar Council of India. In which education level are you currently in? Please let me know. 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 al

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Corporate Lawyer category
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Dear Aspirant, Nice to know your aspiration to study Law. However please let me know which education level you are in? Whether 12th or graduate? To study Law and practice as a Lawyer, you first need to become a Law graduate from a recognised Univeristy and an Institute approved by Bar Council of India. 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 instit

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

Hi Vishal,   Please note that once fear crops in, half the battle is  lost. Instead of fearing the subject and making it a mess, best would be to positively motivate self by saying, " I know my subject well and will give in my best" At the sametime no last minute revision. Especially not discussing with friends before entering the exam hall. Wish you good luck

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