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law as a career

law is a good career for students these days. future shaping of companies and countries is also done by lawyers,
 
like mostly leaders in the earlier and currently have been pursued law at some time in their life. as per the act passed by the parliament, that the bar council of india will be the supreme regulatory body who will regulate the legal profession in india and will also ensure the compliance of the laws with professionalism in the india.
 
after the efforts of bar council of india, the first law university in india was set up after 1985 in bangalore, named as the national law school of india university. and then various degrees of law even integrated degree was started.
 
a degree from reputed institute armed the candidate with requisite skills and offer various opportunities. now days, practising as an advocate is not only option even corporate, taxation, intellectual property rights etc are also well and promising career options for providing legal aid.
 
corporate sectors are offering as high as more than rs 10 lakh to recruit fresh law graduates from top institutes of law. for admission in these top institutes primarily a common law admission test (clat) is conducted.
 
if someone interested in carrer in law, then few skills should be in candidate like, good communication skills, open, flexible mind, quick responsiveness, excellent memory, good authoritative leadership qualities, good listening and powerful oratorical skills, logical reasoning, out of the box thinking ability, rules and regulations, knowledge of all statutes, and notifications and patience also.
 
major corporate recruiters are ibm, itc ltd, infosys, etc. now days indian judiciary is also evolving rapidly so need of able advocates is increasing, shortage of judges is also creating good future for law graduates.
 
for admission in top law institutes candidate can appear in common law admission test (clat), conducted under flagship of national law universities for 17 nlus. after 2015 clat is conducted in an online mode.
 
eligibility: for undergraduate courses, minimum eligibility is senior secondary school (10+2) or its equivalent examination with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% for sc and st candidates). for postgraduate courses eligibility is graduation in law.
 
law as a career


on January 12 at 9:35

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