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Mohit Attri (lawyer)     19 December 2008

what aftr law degree....LLM or MBA(urgent need of ur sugestion)

what aftr law degree....LLM or MBA(urgent need of ur sugestion ) i m a fresh law graduate.now i want to continue my study so which is better option fr me.....21st dec is last date for llm so plzzz  advise me as soon as posible.thanks


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SAMAR J SINGH (Lawyer)     19 December 2008

Hi


I feel MBA is better option after LL.B as LL.M is useful only if you are interested in teaching.


Samarjeet

AEJAZ AHMED (Legal Consultant/Lawyer)     19 December 2008

YES MR MOHIT, its better to opt MBA, you can do latter your LLM.either by distance mode OR from any evening colleges. Further, its better for your career also to have MBA Degree after LLB to join CORPORATE side. 

Rakesh (Juris Doctor (J.D.) student)     20 December 2008

Dear Mohit, MBA is good only if you are getting in some good business schools eg. IIMs, MDI, XLRI, Symbi, etc, otherwise its nonsense. Now a days these school are popping up at every street and corners. Remember ranking of school is very important in  case of business degree.

G. ARAVINTHAN (Legal Consultant / Solicitor)     20 December 2008

Both are best


 


But with out knowing you, how can you expect us to say.....?


 

smith sharma (lecturer)     20 December 2008

Hi,


      Mohit.


                U should go for MBA if u wana join MNC or high job in corporate world.


                bcoz today's  life so fast n growing n if u wana ur carrer in   education line u should go for  LL.M. bt in my personal opinion u should go for MBA.


LL.B n MBA is nice combination.


Thanx


WIth regards


Mis. smith sharma {lawyer}


 

Mohit Attri (lawyer)     20 December 2008

thanks a lot all.i think mba(hr) or mba(corprrate law0 or(finance)wouldl bettr fr me.

prof s c pratihar (medical practitioner &legal studies)     20 December 2008

dear mohit,


                        i have observed you are having potentials of being an abled lawyer in future .my son is a mba and vp at dubai earning which i never expected but get very little time to see his son.you can do yr own profession also do specilisation if you feel without hampering legal practice. however you must move to high court to enlarge your horizon.who knows one day you will become a high court judge.nothing grater than your own profession. hard work never kills you.advised enough. this is just my sugession.be great i wish.

Rajan Salvi (Lawyer)     21 December 2008

I agree with Prof. S.C. Pratihar. If best brains do not come in our proffession and it is adapted only as a last resort, our profession will suffer. Start juniorship with a lawyer practising in the High Court and do LLM simultaneously. Read, read, read, gather knowledge, . Profession of Advocate gives a person anything he asks for. Hard work is suitably rewarded only here. Why become an employee? Dont you want independance?


Lastly do what your heart tells you.

Mohit Attri (lawyer)     21 December 2008

hmmmmm now atlast i will join practice nd cntinue study LLM thrgh distnce learning.(aftr llm i wll think for mba bcoz (hindi song)abhi toh mein jawan hu....he he ...lolllxx .basiclly frnds i m from punjab..so aftr mba i ll hve to go away frm my home..thats ddfcul for me and my parents .so will try mba or phd aftr llm.  


THANKS A LOT PRATIHAR AND SALVI SIR


 

Mohit Attri (lawyer)     21 December 2008

thanks rana sir,thanks ahmed sir,thanks rakesh sir,thanks ganesan sir,thanks my dear friend smith sharma. i was cnfused so thanks for ur valueable thoughts.thanks a lot.

RAKHI BUDHIRAJA ADVOCATE (LAWYER AT BUDHIRAJA & ASSOCIATES SUPREME COURT OF INDIA)     26 December 2008

I do agree with Prof. S.C. Pratihar. m also a practicing Lawyer, having name n fame, m also doing my LLM as a distance course.


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