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LLB after MBBS

(Querist) 13 August 2009 This query is : Resolved 
I am final year MBBS student but more interested in LLB/law? so please asnwer my doubts
1. What options are available in doing LLB after MBBS, i.e. the duration of course, the college/universities/institute offering same etc, and any other knowledge that would be useful to me?
2. What if I acquint my self with the knowledge without doing certified course, can I still argue my cases?
3. How much is earning in such field?
Kiran Kumar (Expert) 13 August 2009
Sumir to be very frank with and with due respect to legal fraternity.

dont waste ur talent.

u r going to be a doctor....believe in ur talent and qualification.

its not easy to be a lawyer and as far as earnings are concerned the first decade can be a bit frustrating.

there are other issues attached with legal profession that i would not like to discuss.

m not against people coming to this profession, but after getting MBBS degree if somebody intends to come then its really not good.
R.R. KRISHNAA (Expert) 13 August 2009
I 100 % agree with Expert Mr. Kiran Kumar.
Mr. Kiran Kumar's reply is practical and right.

Dear Mr. Sumir,

At the outset I am happy to know that you are interested in legal field. I appreciate your interest. But legal profession is practically very difficult than any other profession. It will take atleast 10 years to establish yourself in the legal field. I think you will not be able to withstand the hurdles in the legal field. So as a wellwisher I can only wish you success for your medical profession alone.

I once again appreciate your interest in the legal field.

Regarding your querry No.2, I would like to say that though you need not undergo law courses, courts will permit you to argue your cases as party in person. But even that requires high profile legal knowledge which can be achieved only after 2 or 3 decades.

Good luck for your medical profession.

Y V Vishweshwar Rao (Expert) 13 August 2009
A Good Reply by Mr Kiran Kumar & Mr Krishna and I endorse the same !
Advocate SK Rohilla New Delhi (Expert) 13 August 2009
I appreciate the views of Mr. Kiran.

100/100
Sumir (Querist) 13 August 2009
thanks, but i was thinking of LLB as side business, as i was keen in law...
Somnath mukherjee (Expert) 14 August 2009
DON'T BE CHILDISH, BE SINCERE ABOUT YOURSELF DON'T THINK THAT THE LEGAL PROFESSION IS SO EASY. IF YOU ARE WILLING TO ARGUE YOUR CASE THEN YOU CAN DO IT WITHOUT ANY DEGREE.
Adinath@Avinash Patil (Expert) 15 August 2009
Dear Sumir, All graduates are eligible for admission of LL,B course.After graduation LL,B.couse is three years couse.All law colleges/Universities are offering LL,B degree.I think MBBS course is Very good Proffession.So Also LL,B is Very good.But To be a good advocate is very difficlut.Hence I agree with Mr.Kiran Kumarji.
Sumir (Querist) 15 August 2009
Thanks A lot Sirs. I am greatful to receive your advices. Actually I had faced a lot of injustice in my life, so I acquinted myself with some laws and moreover wanted to fight the cases by my own, as I didnt had enough money, But thanks once again.
charudureja (Expert) 18 August 2009
Mr. Sumir
we appreciate ur interest in legal profession, u can still go for law nut pls dont think u can make it a side business cos 2 licences cant be held together imean u cant practice as doctor as well as an advocate though u can acquire legal knowledge manyppl do so. finish ur MBBS and establish ur self as doctor then get enrolled urself in evening course of LLB that way u will be able to quench ur thirst for legal knoweldge.
all the above given suggestions by the members are for ur benfit only


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