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Law as a career is one of the most respected and Noble profession in the world. Law is one of the preferred career option by the students along with the Medical and Engineering. While we are talking law as a career a person should have some of the attributes in order to have a good career in Law-
1.Should be good at the communication skills
3.Holistic approach to look at the things
4.Good writing skills
A person can either go for the 5 years of Law course after the +2 from any stream or one can also pursue a 3 years law course after Graduation Degree from any stream.
After getting admitted for the Law course as a Law student here are some of the things that one should not do-
1.Don't copy your friends notes . Try to make your own notes this will help you to know the topic very well.
2.Never go out of the point while answering the questions and don't run out of the words. Stick to the words as instructed while answering the questions
3.Never argue with the people unnecessarily around you
4.While answering the questions never forget to give the full citation with the answer. Citation plays a major role in Law.
5. Don't do much loitering or spending unnecessary time pass.
6. Don't be lazy for reading various reference books and writing.
If you follow these things you will be successfully cracking the Law course and can make a good career in the field of Law.
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