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Should I proceed to do LLB ?
Law is a very good, lucrative and challenging profession / employment.
Law studies can be done by any graduate / post graduate. Only thing which is required is to be very sure that Law is a career choice for you.
LLB is a very good course and ensure that you do it from a recognised University and college approved by Bar Council of India. There are NO distance learning courses of LLB.
If you are 10+2 stage, then you can go for five year integrated BBA/BA/BCom + LLB course from a recognised University and college. If you are a graduate, then you can go for LLB directly, which is a three years course.
You can also think of doing Law studies from National Law Universities in India (Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, etc)
Hello Hitesh,Welcome to Career Guide.comThanks for visiting us and writing us your career query.
Law is one of the oldest profession that has been considered as one of the respected and good career options since long.Lawyer plays a vital role in presenting the case in the court of law. Law is considered as one of the Noble profession.Law is being used in every day life and many a times people needs a law expert's advise and guidance on various legal issues.
Earlier the field of law and the career in law was very much confined to the court rooms. Law as the profession was very much practised by the lawyers in the courts room.But with the development and passage of time it has given a room for the law field to have career opportunities in various other sectors. Lawyers are no more confined to the courts.There has been law departments in the corporate,Banks and Insurance etc.
One willing to make career in Law must have some of the attributes and skills to make a good career in law. Attributes and skills like good hold over language,skills to understand the laws and interpret the same , good debating and argument skills.
One have two ways to get into Law for formal education :-1.After 12th 5 years law from any stream- BBA/B.Sc/B.Com + LLB.2. 3 years law course after completing Graduation from any stream.
As you have not mentioned and provided information about what you have been doing currently.Make sure why you wish to join law whether you have interest in it or not.
You can proceed for LLB after completing the graduation degree. or as mentioned above have the other option too.
Sky is the limit for you to make a career in the filed of law. Lawyers are needed in Coporate sector,Insurance and Banking Sector etc. They have a good career in Courts and Judiciary etc.
I hope you find this information useful and helpful for you.
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Wish you Good Luck.
Warm Regards,Prathamesh Kapote.
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