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Mit (IT)     26 August 2008

Want to study law

Hi, I would like to study law. I'm working fulltime currently in Hyderabad but would like to pursue law and get a degree which would allow me to practice law. Could anybody please guide me on this? May be if it's possible to pursue part time studies or via correspodence, then I would like to know the details.



 5 Replies

Kiran Kumar (Lawyer)     26 August 2008

to be a professional lawyer no correspondance courses are available.

though few colleges does offer evenin classes.

pls check from local university or college.

advocate jain (advocate)     26 August 2008

thanks for ur  information

Vinodkumar Kotabagi (Advocate and Trademark Attorney)     27 August 2008

Dear Mit,  if you are interested in practising there are correspondence course in Law. But, if you are a graduate in any discipline, you can make distance course in "Master in Business Laws" (MBL) from the NLSIU, Bangalore. The last date for admission is 31st August. Best of Luck

TS Bhatia (HR Executive)     05 September 2008

it is always better to attend full time course than part time or correspondence.

Olivia james   01 March 2022

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