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vivekananda (student)     06 November 2009

I'm confused

  i'm in my 4/5 of law frm Osmania University, hyderabad, andhra pradesh.

I wanna enter into corporate sector after my grad. But, many say that dng a

full time LLM  of any discipline frm any reputed national law school will not

be of much use.

I'm at fix. Plz help me out guys!!!


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Sumedh (Advocate)     06 November 2009

I would suggest you to go for MBL (Masters in Business Law) from NLSIU, Bangalore, which is a correspondance course and has a lot of value in the corporate sector. It might be really helpful as you can work and study at the same time. even I am pursuing the same.

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Theja (Lawyer)     06 November 2009

Dear Sumedh,

Even I have been looking for the MBL program at NLSU Blore. I have two years of work experience as well. Can you give me details as to the selection process; areas of focus during selection etc.,? This will be helpful. Thanks in advance.

Sumedh (Advocate)     06 November 2009

there is nothing as selection process. All you need is a bachelor's degree in law from a recognised university. The admissions will be open in the monthe of June. All you need is to contact the law school - correspondence / distance education dept and they will guide you. Its a 2yrs program and the fees is Rs.14,000/- pa (excluding exam fees).



vivekananda (student)     07 November 2009

 thanks a lot sumedh

Theja (Lawyer)     07 November 2009

Thank you Sumedh. That was helpful.

Raj Kumar Makkad (Adv P & H High Court Chandigarh)     08 November 2009

So far importance is concerned, every course or knoweldge attained is perfect and has full value. Each and every person has its own opinion.

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