I personally believe that the current mode of imparting education through regular classes at colleges/universities is outdated. More and more learning opportunities are available online for the one who wants to learn. Universites should focus on evaluating what a student has learnt instead of forcing the student to sit it useless classroom lectures. How one learns, whether from classroom lecuters, books, or online, should be immaterial.
I am a Computer Engineer myself from a top Institution and had a great job abroad. I studied law at the age of 32 with pretty much the same objective as you, so I understand the situation that you are in w.r.t family obligations etc.
With that in mind, you might want to join LLB course at a govt. college in some remote place/state, where they don't check attendence too much. Most of the state Univs and colleges are pathetic in terms of enforcement of attendence or evaluation. One can easily pass the exams with one week of study. This will leave you enough time to attend to your family business as well as to actually learn the law.
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