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Vamsi Krishna (Student)     01 January 2019

Rg: become a judge

Good Morning to All,


Am a chartered accountant. i don't have any Degree (like, BA, BSC etc). i would like to become a judge in civil court. as per my knowledge to become a Judge, first i should get myself enroll as a advocate in any state roll. To become advacate in state roll, i should get a law degree from recognaised universities (under 24(1)(c) of advocates act 1961). 

my question is,

1) how many years it takes to become an advacate (since i don't have any degree) ?

2) is Qualification of Chartered accountant will treated as equivalent to Degree ?

3) can i complete, this law degree in distance mode ?

Note: my ultimate object is to become a judge in court of law.


Thanks for your valuable time


 2 Replies

Shashi Dhara   01 January 2019

U have to complete law degree in regular course their is no distance education in law If have completed puc u can join for 5yr LLB course.if u complete degree 3yrs course .u join to LLB 5yrs course where attendance is not compulsory and become law graduate. Let Ur dream shall become true

Amit Mehta   01 January 2019

Answers of your point :-

1) 3 Years Regular Course LLB 

2) No, Chartered Accountant degree will not treated as equivalent to LLB 

3) No distance mode available in 3 Years LLB Course.

and most important the maximun age to becoming a Judge is 40 year.


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