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What job profiles are available for an LLB degree holder?

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RE: What job profiles are available for an LLB degree holder?

Lambodar Rout
Lambodar Rout
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A warm welcome to our readers. We at CareerGuide.com provide the budding minds with ample information that can help them focus their mind towards their career. It is very important to be focused on attaining success. This article is basically for all the students interested in joining the line of the judiciary. Law is one such thing that has to be followed by everyone, once passed. This makes judiciary an evergreen job. The Indian judiciary is never going to come to an end because we live in a democratic country. People have the right to say whatever they wish to while some others won’t always agree with what one says. They will have different and conflicting views. Hence, to avoid conflicts and to bring harmony, we have thelaw. 

LLB in combination to BA,B.COM is very much in demand and many students opt for it. This trending career has a bright future. There are a plenty of job opportunities after law. One can join hands with the companies or can practice law in the court on their own.

Many professors have said and praised a lot about this degree. Prof. HarpreetKaur who takes lectures in National Law University, Delhi said in an interview, “ Better course structure and career options are just a few advantages that students look up to. Students join them by choice because hey know that such courses will lead to their overall development.” Students are very well aware of the fact that only knowledge cannot lead to success. Self-conduct, self-presentation and speaking skills are another factors to be pondered upon.

 

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NAMES

ROLES

1

Judge

Takes the final decision and offers judgment after conducting the proceedings.

2

Legal Advisor

Works in the corporate world and assists them in legal decision making.

3

Criminal Lawyer

Is hired by some party to defend them against the criminal act they have performed or are the victims.  Specializes in criminal lawsand other penal laws.

4

Legal journalist

Covers crime areas, make report, conducts legal meetings, arbitration court

5

Government Lawyer

Is answerable for the government and works for it and has coordination with the police

6

Document drafting Lawyer

Is a specialist in making legal documents related to property, loans, tax etc.

7

Legal Analyst

Works for the corporate sector and analyses the pertaining laws in the working environment

 

 

  • Practice as an advocate in the court of law
    One can start up with Private Practice on their own. You just need to register yourself in whichever legal court you want to practice. What I would suggest is, to begin with, apply for thedistrict Now there is a reason for that. You are first time working on your own, except for the internship that you might have done during graduation, and while working alone you need to have some exposure. Exposure is very important. Practice with the District Court for about 2-3 years, gain experience and then shift to the higher level on the hierarchy table. This will help you have an edge over those who have directly started working with the State court. But also the choice depends on your caliber and aptitude. If you are confident enough and are very well aware of all the laws you have studied, you can then definitely go for High Court or even Supreme Court for that matter.

 

  • Academic Teaching

    Lawyers can also get appointed in schools and good colleges to pass on their knowledge to the aspirants. Many lawyers can become professors and teach students. This helps both the students as well as the law professor. It helps students because they have good faculty that is teaching them, and on another hand, it helps lawyers to remain updated about the changing laws. While teaching, professors often look forward to publishing
  • Writers

    Lawyers can also publish their own articles in thenewspaper and on websites. Those keen on writing can also write their views on certain issues and publish a book. This is also a good job if once you have settled into it. If you do exceptionally well in writing books there is a chance that your book can optas a part of thecurriculum in some college or some university. This will earn you fame but you need to work extremely well.
  • Army or any Armed Forces.

    Those willing to work for the nation and also have a law degree, are fit for thearmy. The JAG branch in the army offers you to attain this opportunity. The Army is another institution that requires alaw graduate. Law is basically required in every field because without laws there will be a lot of chaos.No more worries for the one who wishes to be a part of Indian Army with LLB as a degree. Indian Army has the post of JAG officer( Judge Advocate General), who is aware of military laws and helps deal with it. Candidates can apply online and then have to clear a written test.

Law is evergreen. It is basically required in every field, by every institute, by every person because without laws there will be a lot of chaos. Boundaries need to be set up for people which willtell them how they have to conduct themselves. If we do not impose laws on people, then people will start acting in whatever way they wish to which will lead to huge amount of conflicts. There is no shortage of job opportunities for the one’s who are dedicated and hard working.

Hope this article has served its purpose. Don’t run just after the income, work hard and the fruits will be served accordingly. Nobody can stop you from attaining success if you are enthusiastic and determined.

For further queries and guidance, you can approach our professional at CareerGuide.com. Hope this helps you out.

 

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