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scope after doing ll.m.? pls help

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hello experts i am in ll.b. hons 5th year in India now i have planned for doing

ll.m. so friends i need ur valuable suggestion for what opportunities 

i'll have after doing ll.m. and any suggestion u have.

 
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Legal Consultant/Lawyer

DEAR ABHISHEK,


Graduates (LLB) also can start their career as a Legal Professional (LAWYER/ADVOCATE/LEGAL COUNSEL/LEGAL ADVISOR/LEGAL MANAGER/LAW OFFICER).

 


After completion of LLB/LLM courses they can work as lawyer or as above.


They also can join judicial services by qualifying competitive exams conducted by public service commissions.


They can also work independently as a consultant in legal matter. Here remuneration is quite lucrative after having some purposeful experiences.


OR Otherwise go through the following site.


http://www.llm-guide.com/


 


 


 



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ADVOCATE & SOLICITOR divyatta.r@gmail.com

i agree with  mr.ahmed.and u can be professor and also can do PHD on subject taken in LLM

 
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LAWYER AT BUDHIRAJA & ASSOCIATES SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Md. Aejaz Ahemad guided very right.

 
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advocate

 i agre with all of you

 
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many students ask quastions as they think that something should be asked, may the answer be well known to them.

 
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advocate

i do agree with mr.v.n. tripathi also

 
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INCHARGE IPR DEPARTMENT & HR DEPARTMENT: CS (Executive) student

Mr.Abhishek,


I appreciate your eagerness to know about your career with LL.M.  Many students of LL.B. do not have a clearcut picture about their career.  Because in India law degree means legal profession.  Apart from, there are more opportunities to law students.  If your goal is to enter any MNC, opt for doing LL.M corporate and securities laws.  You can enter any corporate company with your law degree.  Companies are offering jobs for freshers with good track record.  If you are doing LL.B in reputed institution you need not go for LL.M.  You may be selected through campus interview.  Many companies prefer employees with LL.M.for higher positions. 


The following are my suggestions.


1.  If you are willing to join LL.M I advise you to join in Corporate and Securities Laws regular or distance.


2. You can do MBL from NLSIU Bangalore if you are not willing to practice law.  This course is for those who are opting for higher positions in corporate companies.


3.  My strong advise is immediately join any MNC as fresher and do Company Secretary Course through distance education.  This course is open through out the year. 


4. If you are willing to enter any new regime join NLSIU bangalore in P.G.DIPLOMA IN IPR LAWS.  There will be demand for LL.B and PGDIPR persons in future. 


5.  In case your intention is to join any popular law firm do LL.M.Corporate Laws and join, then.


I hope my suggestions will properly guide you.  I wish you all the best.  Higher studies always an additional advantage for any law student.


 


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hello,abhishek

                        gud question..nice to hear that u want to go for llm degree..we people need young and enegetic persons..qulifications are the weapons to win the war of life..go through the suggetions of MR. AHMED and UMA DEVI MADASANI.

                        i wish u all the best.

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Suggestions by Ms. Uma Devi r quite valuable. The field of legal services is so vats...and is growing in India...Law of torts is yet to pick up pace here...and legal services would be in greta demand in India in next decade...and thereafter. So future is bright for aspirants...but as we have been told in our law classes...one needs to be patient as far as rewards in this field go...with knowledge, experience, confidence and hard-work, one can achieve a good position say in 5-10 years. And afterwards..there is no looking back.. Wish all the best to all aspirants...

 
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