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Is Law a good option after Computer Engineering?

What are the future prospects of Law after Computer Engineering? What specialization of Law is best suited for me and how to pursue it?

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RE: Is Law a good option after Computer Engineering?

Bharati Kumari
Bharati Kumari
Verified Career Expert
Regional Manager at CL Educate Ltd. Navi Mumbai
  • Mumbai

Hi,

Excerpts from one of the top National Law college website i.e. NLU Jodhpur www.nlujodhpur.ac.in/says ' Recent advancement in It have revolutionized almost all the arenas of human endeavor. Cyber world has eliminated entire world in the form of globalized information hub.

Consequently cyber security issues and regulatory mechanism has developed into a complex system. To understand the dynamics of cyber security and cyber law matrix, techno-legal professionals with the blend of law and technology are highly required.

So Yes Law after computer engineering holds good prospects.

You can go for Cyber law course offered by many reputed institutes and colleges across India.

NLU Jodhpur offeres MS in cyber Law Security. It is a Two year Post graduate course in Distance mode.

Similarly, NALSAR Hydrabad offeres P.G. Diploma in cyber Law
NLS Bangalore

CPCL course offered by Symbiosis Pune in distance mode
Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT ) Allahabad

Master Programme offered by
Indian Law institute Delhi www.ili.ac.in/
Asian school of cyber Law Pune www.asianlaws.org/
Kerala Law Academy Law college, Peroorkada Thiruvananthapuram www.keralalawacademy.in/

you can work as a
-cyber consultant-be an advisor to corporate organisation, banks and leading Law firms

-Research assistant
Career opportunities continues to grow because day by technology is getting sophisticated and so is cyber crime.

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RE: Is Law a good option after Computer Engineering?

Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD
Verified Career Expert
Founder & CEO: Discovering Careers India
  • pune

Hello There!

The Expert Bharati Kumari has in an excellent way answered how you can pursue Law and that too related to computer engineering.

I would like to add some more points to your fantastic query, which is unique and not asked in general. Therefore I appreciate your thought of doing Law after computer Engineering.

Since you are a Computer Engineer, you are very much into the technical aspects of computer / IT engineering. Your skills are very much required for new innovations and application oriented engineering, testing, etc.

Considering the complexities of technology, businesses all over the world, pursuing Law after computer engineering is good. However I would recommend you to gain a sizable amount of work experience in the computer / IT industry before you actually think for doing Law.

Please understand that though you learn Cyber Law, which is related to the technology and computer field, you may not get full fledge employment opportunities as lawyer or consultant.

If you aim to become a Cyber Law Specialist, then you need to be a Law Graduate by doing the LLB course from a college recognised by the University and the course approved by Bar Council of India. After Computer Engineering and may be by doing a small cyber law course will not help you to get employment.

Computer Engineering knowledge will certainly help you understand the dynamics of the cyber crime, but please remember that ultimately it will be the law, jurisprudence, conveyancing and pleading skills which will be important and not computer engineering skills.

However as a value add, you can definitely doa cyber law short term course through online or par time basis, but if you are thinking for a full fledged career in cyber law or computer and IT related laws, then being a Law Graduate is very much required and recommended.

Best Luck

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RE: Is Law a good option after Computer Engineering?

sakshisharma Sharma
sakshisharma Sharma

thankyou wonderful reply sir

RE: Is Law a good option after Computer Engineering?

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