career option

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30 August 2009

what's better from career point of view financially aswell as in growth terms:
a)doing C.S simultaneously with law??
b)doing ll.m from U.K in IPR after completing law??

Guest (Expert)
30 August 2009

Repeated querry, however the same reply is rendered below :-

Doing CS along LLB will be useful for corporate career since most of the subjects are common such as Company law, the studies will be more effective.

Doing IPR separately is not that much necessary since it is covered in the LLB syllabus

charudureja (Expert)
30 August 2009

if u do CS and LLB then that makes a very good carrier. going to uk for LLM wont help u much if u wish to come back ot india.

Kiran Kumar (Expert)
30 August 2009

well CS and IPR both are distinct India there is no doubt IPR field is expanding at a gr8 pace.

if u wish to prusue IPR related practice at international level then there is no harm in pursuing LL.M from Europe.

however u can also have it done from National Law School, Bangalore, it is equally good.

if u r an IPR expert then u can have a good international career and the clients, no doubts, are corporate houses.

Manish Singh (Expert)
31 August 2009

I agree with the views of Mr. Kiran.
doing CS along with LLB shall be good for you to get into the corporate sector. you may get well placed in big corpoate groups and you can also land up into major law firms in their corporate division. This wil make u an expert in the legal corporate field.

bt if u do llm from uk/us, then only good universities can reap u good results otherwise it could come out as futile as i know many persons who have done llm from uk/ us bt lying unemployed. also if u do ur llm in IPR then definitely its going to be much worthy for u to get into any major ipr law firm in India.You will be hired by any major IPR firm.
YOU can also do your llm in commercial laws/ international laws or sth.

Adinath@Avinash PatilOnline (Expert)
05 September 2009

LLB,with C.S. is better choice because most of subjects are same.
IPR is not necessary.

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