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Entry Requirement Minimum qualification to go for a course in law (LLB) is 10+2 or equivalent with minimum five subjects in any discipline. Course duration is of 5 years and is recognized by the Bar Council of India
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Legal profession is one of the growing and lucrative professions all over the world. It is one of the most adventurous as well as exciting career. Lawyers are held in high esteem in our society, and there remains the faith that when all else fails, one can still take recourse to the legal system. In our daily life in one way or other we may come across situations where legal advice is required. In such situation we need the advice of a legal professional who analyze and interpret law properly.
Lawyers are sometimes also referred to as 'social engineers'. As you would know, our society, the way we live, and what we do everyday, are all loosely bound by a mesh of rules that we call 'laws'. It is the job of lawyers to understand these rules, and to help people live their lives most meaningfully. Many lawyers help people in distress, advocating areas that they are concerned about, such as child rights, women's issues, or the protection of refugees. If you really want to make a difference to people's lives, if you're actually concerned about something, and if you actually want to go out there and get something done right, this is the way to go for you!!!
Innovative training methods with bounty of practical exposure during Academic studies along with Professional competence acquired through experience and practice with efficient lawyers is the main yardstick of success.
There are various branches of specialization in law like civil law, criminal law, corporate law, property law, income tax law, marine law, public international law, family law, labor law, press law, excise law, constitutional law, administration law, sale of goods law, trade mark, copyright and patent law etc. one can choose from.
One, who wishes to become an advocate and practice law as a profession in India, should enroll with the local State Central Bar council. They can find employment in various courts of law, in government service both Central and State government, as teachers, as legal advisors in various companies, business houses, organizations etc. They also serve or do private practice as Magistrate and Sub-Magistrate,Public Defenders, Public Prosecutor, Attorney General, Advocate General, District Attorney, Notary, Oath Commissioner, Defense Service, Legal Advisors, Advocate, Solicitor, Teacher, Writer, Company Secretary Etc.