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am 33 years old. doing second year LLB. since i am already late , any advice to fast process my career?. pl.
don't take the question as insult or fun.
 
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Originally posted by : Yoga Rajan
am 33 years old. doing second year LLB. since i am already late , any advice to fast process my career?. pl.don't take the question as insult or fun.


Its not that even if you are brilliant in scapegoating public in court cases, you will get clients daily. You will have to do work under some senior advocate, just getting dates and nothing more, the advocate wont even let you cross examine any witness till 5 years. Till then per day he may pay 100. You cant steal clients from your boss, you can, but if caught you will be facing embarassing situations. Plus seniority status among advocates is major issue. Till you complete 35 years of service you wont get senior counsel status. You should first complete LLB, then pass BCI exam. Check for Advocate Vijay Kumar's video on youtube regarding appointment of judges in high court. You will have fair idea that you have entered wrong profession.


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My advice would be to approach a good Advocate and join his team. While doing so, you may make enquiries with the existing Juniors with him. Nobody becomes a practising Lawyer just like that. A Lawyer has to put in lots of hard work to earn name first and then money. But, while selecting your Senior, you should be careful otherwise you shall remain a Junior all the time.


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Since you have chosen  to pursue LL.B. course, you must be having an inclination and fair idea of the professional opportunities.

First of all which branch of law ,you want to pursue as an career has to be zeroed e.g. Civil, criminal, taxation, cyber law, maritime,immigration,labour ,vigilance,service disputes, motor accident, compensation, economic offence matters etc. . For more clarity on different branches of law and specialised branches  , you can discuss with your peers,teachers, colleagues, senior practitioners.

Certain specialised branches require technical background in computer sc., medicine, engineering etc. .So ,you can go ahead accordingly.

Besides, the place of practice has to be decided, so that professional opportunity available can be analysed to figure out a workable solution.

Hope ,you can now systematically move ahead to achieve your goal.

My best wishes in your endeavour for sucess in career.

 


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Thanx sir. I am BE graduate and worked as automation engineer for 5 years
 
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Age doesn't bar to become eminent professionalist.

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Great! Pl. go ahead as advised. Wish you all the sucess.

 
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