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    Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Currently I am doing my 2nd year B.Com (corporate secretaryship). I want to do law and I would like to know the procedure of doing law after my B.Com. I would like to know the best possible choices.


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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Sure you can go into the law field after B.Com. There are some entrance exam like CLAT. This exam is conducted by NLSUI. The score of this exam is valid in many other institutes. Also some other institutes too do conduct their own entrance exam. You need to check out which college you would like to pursue the course. Since you are pursuing the course in corporate secretaryship you can also consider pursuing Company Secretary course. This is suitable for those who are interested in law also those who have a basic foundation in accountancy. This being a correspondence course you can pursue it along with Law course too.




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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Various Universities provides Law admissions. You can join the Bachelors’ course in Law, ie., LLB. Intermediates can apply for the same. The percentage criterion varies with Universities. As you are pursuing your B Com, you can complete the same and apply for the LLB course. However, you have to attend certain law entrance tests for getting admissions in reputed colleges for studying the course. You have to clear the National level, CLAT exam or State level tests. Once you complete your graduation, attend any of these tests for enrolling into the LLB program.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    The basic eligibility for law is....graduation in any stream fron a recognised institute.
    Being a commerce student ...You can opt for subfields like CIVIL law , Tax law , intertional law and many more...
    U cAN check out the profile of some reputed institutes in india...like...
    1) National law school of india , Bangalore
    2) National academy of legal studies,hyderabad.


    ALL THE BEST..

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    presently I will be moving to third year in B.Com. (C.S.) and my age has already crossed 20 years; I won't be eligible even to sit for CLAT ?
    What should I do to pursue postgraduation in Law with specialisation in Corporate Law ? Kindly advise about the right and top institutions.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    presently i have completed my graduation and am pursuing cs... i just wanted to know the procedure for admission in the best law colleges and also ime it will take to b completed???

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Law course Eligiblity criteria -

    After B.com You are Eligible for Law course, But to get admission in top law colleges you need to appear for the CLAT Entrance examination and if you will be able to crack this examination with good marks, then you will get admission in top law colleges of India.

    So, after B.com you are eligible to apply for LLB Course and for appearing in the Common Law Admission Test in the two year LL.M. Degree Course, a candidate should have passed the LL.B/Bachelor Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks. So, If you are interested in Law course then please apply for CLAT Examination.Different law Universities and colleges conduct different law entrance exams, to admit students in this courses, you can also apply for the same, but if you want to get admission in top law colleges, the please apply for CLAT examination because may top colleges will accepts the CLAT Score and then you will get admission in Law course.

    So, i have provide you the names of some best Law colleges, So please check these colleges -

    National Law School of India University, Bangalore

    National Law Institute University

    NALSAR, Hyderabad

    ILS Law College, Pune

    Government Law College, Mumbai

    Symbiosis Society's Law College, Pune

    Amity Law School , Delhi.

    And for more details please check the official websites of these colleges and also visit the CLAT official website for complete details -

    www.clat.ac.in

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Various Universities provides Law admissions. You can join the Bachelors’ course in Law, ie., LLB. Intermediates can apply for the same. The percentage criterion varies with Universities. As you are pursuing your B Com, you can complete the same and apply for the LLB course. However, you have to attend certain law entrance tests for getting admissions in reputed colleges for studying the course. You have to clear the National level, CLAT exam or State level tests. some college are;
    National Law School of India University, Bangalore
    National Law Institute University
    NALSAR, Hyderabad
    ILS Law College, Pune
    Government Law College, Mumbai
    Symbiosis Society's Law College, Pune
    Amity Law School , Delhi.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    After your B.Com completion,you can do law.
    There are many universities providing law education in India such as NSL,etc.
    For admission in law course,you will have to give different law entrance tests such as CLAT,SET,etc.
    In order to be eligible to appear in the tests,you should have 55 % in your bachelor's degree.
    If you qualify CLAT with a good rank,you will get a good national law school.
    Some nice law colleges in India are:-
    1.NSL,Bangalore
    2.NALSAR,Hyderabad
    3.NSL,Bhopal
    4.ILS,Pune
    5.Symbiosis,Pune.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    LLB is good course after b com. and you can do PG in Law after your B,Com.

    Procedure is simple go to the Law College of your choice, take the prospectus and fill up the form. once your name is shortlisted then you can take admission.

    So, please dont worry any graduate is eligible for LAW graduation and the procedure is vary from state to state and university so kindly check it from particular institute from where you belong to...........

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    LLB is good course after b com. and you can do PG in Law after your B,Com.

    Procedure is simple go to the Law College of your choice, take the prospectus and fill up the form. once your name is shortlisted then you can take admission.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    hi,
    you can go into the law field after B.Com. There are some entrance exam like CLAT. This exam is conducted by NLSUI.The percentage criterion varies with Universities. As you are pursuing your B Com, you can complete the same and apply for the LLB course.The basic eligibility for law is.graduation in any stream fron a recognised institute. to get admission in top law colleges you need to appear for the CLAT Entrance examination and you will get a good national law collage Various Universities provides Law admissions. You can join the Bachelors course in Law, ie., LLB. Intermediates can apply for the same.
    thanks,

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Can i take up corporate law after completing bcom hons from du ? also will it be counted as a post graduation degree ?

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    do national universities provide for 3 years llb ??
    as i read somewhere dat they only give 5 yrs.law..so what is the procedure to get admision in top national law universities as am doing b.com and after dat do i have to give clat or some other exam to get admission in d best universities of india..???
    nalsar or nlsiu???
    nsl bhopal?..do they merge graduates too??

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    hi dude after b.com you can do LAW by taking admission in LLB.you can do LLB after your b.com get completed.you should apply for many colleges for LAW on the merit basis they shortlicted the names of the student .if your % of marks is good in the b.com then definatly you get admission in good LLB college

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    For joining the law you need to attempt the CLAT entrance exam after the B.com. Law course is of types they are LLB(Bachelor of Law) after that to pursue LLM(Master of Law). This the law structure, if you score good in the CLAT exam, then you can get into the Law course.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    The educational qualification required to become a law officer is graduation in any stream from a government recognised university. As you hard completed your B.COM course then your are very much eligible.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    hi,...

    Yes,you are apply for law exams,follow mention details.....

    Law :


    >>This is the Legal profession course,and these are good career and the Lawyers are help in high esteem in our society.

    Eligibility :


    IN LLB:

    >>Minimum qualification is 10+2 and Course duration is of 5 years conducted by the Bar Council Of India.

    IN LLM:

    >>Minimum qualification is LLB and Course duration is of 2 years.

    Entrance examination:


    >>The entrance exams through ,CLAT,LSAT,KLEE,KLSAT.

    >>The entrance exam is objective type in nature like;

    **Reasoning,

    **General Awareness,

    **Numerical Aptitude,

    **Legal Aptitude and

    **Preliminary Political Science.

    Offering courses:


    **Including Administrative Law,

    **International Law,

    **Labour Laws,

    **Tax Laws and

    **Corporate Laws.

    >>After completing of LLB you may chose specialization in LLM Like;

    **civil law, **criminal law,

    **corporate law, **property law,

    **income tax law, **marine law,

    **public international law, **family law,

    **labour law, **press law,

    **excise law, **constitutional law,

    **administration law, **sale of goods law,

    **trade mark, ***copyright and patent law etc.....

    Job :


    >>Jobs in Government Services ,Magistrate and Sub-Magistrate,Public Defenders ,Public Prosecutor ,
    Attorney General ,Solicitor General ,Advocate General ,District Attorney ,Notary, Oath Commissioner,
    Legal Advisers,Defence Service,Advocate,Solicitor,Teacher,Writer,Company Secretary .

    Top colleges:


    **Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi

    **Indian Law Institute (ILI)

    **Indian Society of International Law (ISIL)

    **Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies

    **The Oxford Educational Institute

    all the best

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    dear
    after B.com you have to apply for the LLB course. in any university or college .
    In there some university or college have entrance exam & some has merit for the admission in LLB course..
    In merit they count your
    10th percentage
    12th percentage
    or graduation percentage
    all count they admiteed you.

    In entrance exam they take
    1. english
    2. general knowledge
    paper for the admission

    for more information visit the retaler colloge or university website:


    best of luck.....

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    You should complete B.com with 60% aggregate.You need to write CLAT exam.If you get good score then you are eligilbe to appear for coaching in law.
    Fee structure and the faculty differs from college to college.Depending on score you will be get admitted.So, concentrate on getting good score .

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    i have checkd d sites of top colleges like nls banglore and nalsar hyderabad but there academic programmes donot include ll.b anymore..its only ba.ll.b or llm....and cpeoele cracking cat are admiited for thses 2 courses only in these colleges!! so after b.com if i have to pursue ll.b what are my best options??

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    i am b.com 1st year student also doing a company secretary(CS) course. i want to know dat is it compulsory to do law for CS... and what will be the course duration of law after completing b.com n CS professional course....plss rply soon....

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    You can do law studies after B. Com. There are some entrance exam you should take
    and the score is valued in many other institutes. Also some other institutes too do conduct their own entrance exam.
    You need to check out which college you would like to pursue the course.

    Top 10 Law colleges in India

    NLSIU, Bangalore(Est: 1988)

    Post Bag No. 7201, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560072
    Tel: 080-23213160
    Website:www.nls.ac.in
    E-mail:registrar@nls.ac.in
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test.

    NALSAR, Hyderabad(Est: 1998)

    3-4, 761, Barkatpura, Hyderabad-500027
    Tel: 040-27567955
    Website:www.nalsaruniv.org
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    NLIU, Bhopal (Est: 1997)

    Bhadbhada Road, Barkheri Kalan, Bhopal-462002
    Tel: 0755-2696965
    Website:www.nliu.edu
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    Symbiosis Law College, Pune (Est: 1977)

    Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-411004
    Tel: 020-25655114
    Website:www.symlaw.ac.in
    Seats: 200
    Cut-off: Entrance exam

    Faculty of Law, DU, Delhi (Est: 1924)

    Delhi-110007
    Tel: 011-27667765
    Website:www.du.ac.in
    E-mail:lawfaculty@vsnl.net
    Seats: 1,500
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    ILS Law College, Pune (Est: 1924)

    Law College Road, Pune-411004
    Tel: 020-25656775
    Website:www.ilslaw.edu
    Seats: 240 for a three-year course and 400 for a five-year course
    Cut-off: Merit

    Faculty of Law, BHU, Banaras (Est: 1916)

    Varanasi-221005
    Tel: 0542-2369018
    Website:www.bhu.ac.in
    Seats: 275
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    Amity Law School, Delhi (Est: 1999)

    Yasho Bhawan, Okhla Road, Delhi-110025
    Tel: 011-26325901
    Website:www.amity.edu
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: 60 per cent

    University Law College, Bangalore University, Bangalore (Est: 1948)

    Palace Road, Bangalore-560001
    Tel:080-22262137
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: 85 per cent

    NUJS, Kolkata

    The WB National University of Juridical Sciences
    Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan
    12, LB Block, Sector III, Salt Lake City
    Kolkata - 700098
    Tel +91)33-2335 0534
    E-mail:nujs@vsnl.com , nujs@cal3.vsnl.net.in
    Web Site:http://www.nujs.edu/
    Cut-off: Entrance test (CLAT)

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    You can do law studies after B. Com. There are some entrance exam you should take
    and the score is valued in many other institutes. Also some other institutes too do conduct their own entrance exam.
    You need to check out which college you would like to pursue the course.

    Top 10 Law colleges in India

    NLSIU, Bangalore(Est: 1988)

    Post Bag No. 7201, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore-560072
    Tel: 080-23213160
    Website:www.nls.ac.in
    E-mail:registrar@nls.ac.in
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test.

    NALSAR, Hyderabad(Est: 1998)

    3-4, 761, Barkatpura, Hyderabad-500027
    Tel: 040-27567955
    Website:www.nalsaruniv.org
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    NLIU, Bhopal (Est: 1997)

    Bhadbhada Road, Barkheri Kalan, Bhopal-462002
    Tel: 0755-2696965
    Website:www.nliu.edu
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    Symbiosis Law College, Pune (Est: 1977)

    Senapati Bapat Road, Pune-411004
    Tel: 020-25655114
    Website:www.symlaw.ac.in
    Seats: 200
    Cut-off: Entrance exam

    Faculty of Law, DU, Delhi (Est: 1924)

    Delhi-110007
    Tel: 011-27667765
    Website:www.du.ac.in
    E-mail:lawfaculty@vsnl.net
    Seats: 1,500
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    ILS Law College, Pune (Est: 1924)

    Law College Road, Pune-411004
    Tel: 020-25656775
    Website:www.ilslaw.edu
    Seats: 240 for a three-year course and 400 for a five-year course
    Cut-off: Merit

    Faculty of Law, BHU, Banaras (Est: 1916)

    Varanasi-221005
    Tel: 0542-2369018
    Website:www.bhu.ac.in
    Seats: 275
    Cut-off: Entrance test

    Amity Law School, Delhi (Est: 1999)

    Yasho Bhawan, Okhla Road, Delhi-110025
    Tel: 011-26325901
    Website:www.amity.edu
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: 60 per cent

    University Law College, Bangalore University, Bangalore (Est: 1948)

    Palace Road, Bangalore-560001
    Tel:080-22262137
    Seats: 80
    Cut-off: 85 per cent

    NUJS, Kolkata

    The WB National University of Juridical Sciences
    Dr. Ambedkar Bhavan
    12, LB Block, Sector III, Salt Lake City
    Kolkata - 700098
    Tel +91)33-2335 0534
    E-mail:nujs@vsnl.com , nujs@cal3.vsnl.net.in
    Web Site:http://www.nujs.edu/
    Cut-off: Entrance test (CLAT)

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    dear friend:

    Yes,you are apply for law exams,follow mention details.....


    Law :This is the Legal profession course,and these are good career and the Lawyers are help in high esteem in our society.


    Eligibility :


    LLB:Minimum qualification is 10+2 and Course duration is of 5 years conducted by the Bar Council Of India.

    LLM:Minimum qualification is LLB and Course duration is of 2 years.


    Entrance examination:

    CLAT,LSAT,KLEE,KLSAT.


    The entrance exam is objective type in nature like:

    Reasoning,

    General Awareness,

    Numerical Aptitude,

    Legal Aptitude and

    Preliminary Political Science.


    Offering courses:

    International Law,

    Labour Laws,

    Tax Laws and

    Corporate Laws.

    After completing of LLB you may chose specialization in LLM Like;

    civil law
    criminal law
    corporate law
    property law
    ncome tax law
    marine law
    public international law
    family law
    etc.......


    Top colleges:

    Faculty of Law of the University of Delhi
    Indian Law Institute (ILI)
    ndian Society of International Law (ISIL)


    all the best.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Quote Originally Posted by Advisor View Post
    Various Universities provides Law admissions. You can join the Bachelors’ course in Law, ie., LLB. Intermediates can apply for the same. The percentage criterion varies with Universities. As you are pursuing your B Com, you can complete the same and apply for the LLB course. However, you have to attend certain law entrance tests for getting admissions in reputed colleges for studying the course. You have to clear the National level, CLAT exam or State level tests. Once you complete your graduation, attend any of these tests for enrolling into the LLB program.
    i am pursuing company secretary course + b.com pass from sol,,is there any eligibility criteria for doing l.l.b.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    i have completed my graduation(b.com)in 2008. can i do l.l.b?

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Hi!im in 3rd yr pursuing bcom hons from CU along with it im also a student of CS final.after my completion of my undergraduation i want to pursue LLB.can u please sugest some law colleges..rply soon....

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    HELLO SIR MY NAME IS PRAKASH. AND RECENTLY I HAVE GIVEN MY B.COM FINAL YEAR EXAM. AND NOW I WANT TO DO LLB. AND I WANT TO COLLECT ALL INFORMATION RELATED TO LLB ADMISSION ITS RELATED. IF YOU CAN GIVE ME SOME INFORMATION SO PLEASE SEND ME IN MY EMAIL ID.- prakashbedi21@yahoo.com . I WILL VERY THANK FULL TO YOU.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    [COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]dear friend,

    The percentage criterion varies with Universities. As you are pursuing your B Com, you can complete the same and apply for the LLB course. However, you have to attend certain law entrance tests for getting admissions in reputed colleges for studying the course.
    after B.com you are eligible to apply for LLB Course and for appearing in the Common Law Admission Test in the two year LL.M. Degree Course, a candidate should have passed the LL.B/Bachelor Degree or an equivalent degree from a recognized University with not less than 55% marks. So, If you are interested in Law course then please apply for CLAT Examination.Different law Universities and colleges conduct different law entrance exams, to admit students in this courses, you can also apply for the same, but if you want to get admission in top law colleges, the please apply for CLAT examination because may top colleges will accepts the CLAT Score and then you will get admission in Law course.

    In merit they count your
    10th percentage
    12th percentage
    or graduation percentage

    so best of luck.
    [/COLOR]

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    can i appear for clat as i m 21!! if yes than what all in have to study for it(as in syllabus)??

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    hi,
    LLB is good course after b com. and you can do PG in Law after your B,Com.
    Procedure is simple go to the Law College of your choice, take the prospectus and fill up the form. once your name is shortlisted then you can take admission
    Thanks

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Yes u can do the law and for this u have to give the clat entrance test and according to its ranking and marks u get the reputed colleges.u must scored good marks for this then u will get the good college and after that u will do llm master in law which bright ur future more so take true decision.thanku.

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    Yes you are able to pursue LAW after completion of Graduation from B.Com.you have to face an entrance examination like CLAT and according to its rank you will be selected to choose your reputed college.

    best of luck

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    dear friend ,

    yes you are eligible for law courses after your B.com .

    but to get admitted in best colleges dear you will have to crack the entrance exams given below :-

    CLAT ,

    KLSAT ,

    LSAT ,

    KLEE ,

    COLLEGES ENTRANCE EXAMS ETC .

    FRIEND EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION REQUIRED FOR THIS COURSE ARE GIVEN BELOW :-

    LLM :- you must have a graduated degree with LLB from a recongnised university .

    LLB :- you must have done your 12th and also have completed your 5 years course by bar council of India .

    friend law has very good scope ,this course has too much value than the other ordinary graduation courses .

    hope the answer helps you .

    all the best for your future .

    avinashparashar .

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    After your B.Com completion,you can do law.
    There are many universities providing law education in India such as NSL,etc.
    For admission in law course,you will have to give different law entrance tests such as CLAT,SET,etc.
    In order to be eligible to appear in the tests,you should have 55 % in your bachelor's degree.
    If you qualify CLAT with a good rank,you will get a good national law school.
    Some nice law colleges in India are:-
    1.NSL,Bangalore
    2.NALSAR,Hyderabad
    3.NSL,Bhopal
    4.ILS,Pune
    5.Symbiosis,Pune.

    GOOD LUCK...

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    Re: Procedure of doing Law after B.Com

    i got 45% in b.com,i want to pursue law pls guide me.i m eligible or not.pleas show the procedure of law

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    Hi..as m in first year b.com..I wnt to do law..so wot shud I do fo dat??..may I start wid bcom o shud I cumplte mah graduation??..n if I start wid bcom so I can gve CLAT nw ??...n plz let me knw wot is d scope of law in future..?? Waitin fo your rpky..rply soon..thank you

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