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Shyla (Student)     13 September 2008

Need help

Hello everybody


Im a student of class 12 n im going to give my commom law entrance examination on 11th may 2009.Im preparing for this exam.Im studying legal reasoning as per syllabus along with subjects like eng vocab, math,logic n visual resoning nd general knowledge.etc.This exam is held by NLS BANGALORE. COULD u kindly tell that after passing from these law colleges wat should one many prospects r there? Tell me details abut counsel, law firm and corporate sector.

Please help me nd give me details.

I would b very grateful if i get to know these details which help me in future.

With regards,



 6 Replies

Rajesh Kumar (Advocate)     13 September 2008

Well shyla, if you are appearing for law entrance in 2009- you will complete your degree in 2014. If u go for some other specialisation- another a couple of years. No body can predict future, as to what will be the nature if legal profession. what prospect will be there in which branch, how practice will be organised etc.

So at this stage concentrate on entrance examination. Then learn the law. Once you have a good understanding of basic legal concept, you will be able to manage your career, whatever be the situation.

First thing first.

SHEKHAR MISHRA (public servant)     14 September 2008

There  are    innumerable  avenues   and  opportunities   available   in     the    field  of  law.  After    passing    out    the  course   either   u    can    join    a  law   firm   ,  may    make   your   foray    in   corporate    world   or   u   may    pursue   a    career    of    a     practising    lawyer.   As   of   now    keep    ur    eyes    on   entrance    test.

Pankaj Rai (Lawyer)     14 September 2008

shyla,so many avenues & opportunities are available like-

-Practising lawyer,Law officer or legal officer in companies (public or private),Legal officer , asitt public prosecutor in C.B.I.,State prosecution,Army.Legal officer/law officer  in Parliament,Bank, Insurance, May appeared judicial magistrate/civil judge exam.etc


Rajesh Kumar (Advocate)     15 September 2008

This guest is disgusting- i sincerely hope that at the cost of disgusting us he will learn a bit of law, language and civility. Then only the disgust is worth tolerating.

Aniruddha.P.Pawse (Advocates Lawyers Legal consultants.)     15 September 2008


You have many options like practising as an advocate, Full/part time lecturer/professor after completing LL.M., Govt and pvt legal dept jobs, Additional qualifications with CA,CS,ICWA etc.


prof s c pratihar ( urologist &legal studies)     15 September 2008

there is a sea change in legal profession now. you must know good english , hard work ,honesty ,workomanic. your sincerity will pay in is immaterial from what institution you have also need a good sr. who will guide you for next 5 years after passing llb. law is practical subject. you are to give service to your client.tough will stand like any other can take law.good decision

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