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varun & co (law)     29 October 2009

help help help !!

hello dear lawyers and judges,

one of my friend has started LLB from ch. charan singh univ. this year. his age is 28 . he has worked in BPO sector till now but seems no growth or career....

he asked me that  doing  LLB  at this age of 28 is worth or not... will he be able to stand with respect ??

is there any chance of getting highly paid LAW job ??

 

even i m confused on his questions...

so pls help

 



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Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh)     29 October 2009

28 is not an old age. The career in bright in this filed.

S. Bharath (Advocate and Arbitrator Formerly Civil Judge)     29 October 2009

Why aim at a job? Jump in to practice..sky is his limit. Good luck to him!

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Manasi Save (Legal Practioner)     29 October 2009

Simply LLB won't help for a high profile legal job also required is specialisation in a particular branch of corporate law along with loads of 3 to 4 yrs of experience.


(Guest)

For Advocate age is no bar. Legal knoweldge is very important.

col hs sharma (advocate)     02 November 2009

 my dear,just improve your skills and study with analytical mind and initially donot eye for money. you willnever ask this question again. wish you luck. col(retd)hssharma.llm, advocate uk high court, nainital.


(Guest)

Does your friend is looking for highly paid job? and / or He want to learn the law and earn respect in society? 

hisifybird (retd)     04 November 2009

 

Are the evening colleges banned all over india ? If you know any evening college pl let me know.


 

Meenakshi (Lawyer)     04 November 2009

 There is one in Mumbai  (Maharashtra) Mithibai college which is  3yr LLB Course...It starts at some 6pm in the evening..Thanks

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Daksh (Student)     23 December 2009

Dear All,

What our seniors have told us that initially we have to devote whole heartedly 10 years for learning the drafting skills, research work, court craft & procedure and then there will not be any looking back.

Hope I have made myself amply clear that patience is not only a virtue it is an asset as well.

Best regards

Daksh.

K.Sivasankaran (Lawyer)     19 October 2010

doing llb at the age of 28 is very much appropriate and it is not too late.

Parthasarathi Loganathan (Advocate)     19 October 2010

It is not the question of age only the thirst for knowledge to acquire the requisite skill sets to earn success.  It is a well known fact that Success factor for any advocate can never be 2-minute noodle or a 5 minute Instant Coffee.  Title of this thread sounded like SOS. Any law aspirant needs to browse every link of this LCI site to learn and earn the tricks of the trade.  All the very best.

NETHAJI.MBA.LLB. (student)     04 April 2012

Sir,

             i m a final year law student and i would like to ask if somebody can help me finding an internship in some legal firm/advocate. i dont need any stipend but i wil come there attend work  4days weekdays and all sundays every month...

and i m free and work for every day 6pm to 10pm ( dont need stipend)

preferred place- Chennai

waiting for your positive reply

Thankingyou,

Name : NETHAJI
Mobile : 9043639927
email id : mirchinethaji@gmail.com

Kindly help in this regard.


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