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Law as a career after 12th All you need to know

Is a Career in Law your calling? Find out how to become a lawyer with L.L.B Course & Explore legal job opportunities’ in various private and government departments also higher education options (LL.M.)

August 31, 2021

By CoachingSelect


How to become a Lawyer through LL.B. course from the top colleges in India

If you wish to protect the rights of your fellow citizens and have zeal to fight for justice and doing so wish to earn a handsome amount then studying law is for you. Gone are the days when law graduates would be holding case files for a senior lawyer, while slogging 12-13 hours a day, learning the trade. The current crop of law graduates are not only counselling corporates on complex issues, but are also occupying offices of the government (Legislature, Executive, and Judiciary). A degree in law opens the door to wide variety of careers. Litigation, Corporate Counsel, Judiciary, Civil Services and Defense Services are the most promising Jobs option available after Graduation awarded as LLB (Bachelor of Legislative Law).

The education of Law is being offered by almost every university in India. The main regulatory body of Law education is Bar Council of India (BCI). The BCI provides "Certificate of Practice" to the candidates after completing a degree in Law. To improve the standard of Law education in India, the first National Law University (NLU) was established in 1985 in Bengaluru (then Bangalore) by the Law Commission of India.

Law is most sought after by students of Humanities but fact is more than 40% of law school aspirants are from Science background. Study of law is mostly preferred by male students. Reality: Like other avenues, even law has witnessed a considerable shift. Today, in many law schools, you will find an equal male-female ratio. To ensure a good mix, many law schools, including some of the top National Law Universities, have reserved 30% of their seats for female aspirants.

List of exams can be taken to pursue Law education in India

  1. CLAT - Common Law Admission Test

The Consortium of National Law Universities conducts the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). The Consortium aspires to facilitate better coordination amongst National Law Schools to achieve highest standards of legal education in the country. Twenty-One National Law Universities have joined the Consortium as founder members. CLAT shall be conducted in offline mode where the paper will have 150 questions from five different subjects including English (Comprehension), General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Elementary Mathematics (Numerical Ability), Legal Aptitude and Logical Reasoning. The duration of test would be two hours and consisting of MCQ Questions. Each question carries 1 mark and for every incorrect attempt, 0.25 marks will be deducted.

Include: NLU List and Exam Pattern

  1. AILET - All India Law Entrance Test
  2. LSAT - Law School Admission Test
  3. LSAT-India - Law School Admission Test (LSAT-India)
  4. SLAT - Symbiosis Law Admission Test
  5. BHU BLAT - BHU BA LLB Admission Test
  6. MH-CET - Maharashtra Common Entrance Test - Law
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