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    Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?

    Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?
    thank you.





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    manoj jangid
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?

    Friend at this stage you have two options you can get admission in LLB after graduation. For which you have to get admission in graduation course in any stream Arts, commerse, science.
    As other option there are many universities which are providing 05 year integral programme for both graduation and postgraduation in Law.
    I think integral programme will be better for you.




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    chapyala.sumanth
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?

    hello sir/madam


    selecting lawyer as ur future.......a very bright future and status in the society........

    for becoming a lawyer you need to do LLB course......which can be done in 3yr or 5 yr course as per our convenience......

    5yr course:
    u can join in 5yr course as soon as u complte your +2.....
    3yr course:
    after completing the graduation you can apply for 3yr course
    Eligibility for Graduate / Post Graduate degree with 50% marks.
    Age should be 20 years or above
    Entrance Test for LLb will be conducted in June every year


    good luck

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    sagar R.kachhadiya
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?

    hi,friend
    LLB is the bachelor degree in law.
    The minimum qualification for LLB is (10+2).course duration of LLB is the 3 years.
    then you can get admission in LLM.LLM P.G. Programmes in law (LLM) are of 2 years duration & eligibility is LLB degree.

    There are many law options in which you can study.

    Corporate law
    • Mediation and negotiation
    • Public international law
    • Intellectual property law
    • Environmental law
    • Women's law
    • Human rights law
    • Labour law
    • Civil law
    • Criminal law
    • Income tax law
    • Marine law
    • Family law
    • Labour law,
    • Press law
    • Excise law
    • Constitutional law
    • Administration law
    • Sale of goods law
    • Trade mark, copyright and patent law etc.


    best of luck...

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    vinothvenkat
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?

    Hi Friend:

    To become a lawyer you have to get an LLB degree. There are number of national and state universities offering law degrees in India.


    Legal education has been traditionally offered as a three-year graduate degree conferring the title of LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws) or B.L. (Bachelor of Law). However the legal education system was revised by the Bar Council of India, the governing body of legal education in India in 1984. Pursuant thereto, various autonomous law schools were established that administer a five-year undergraduate degree programme and confer an integrated honours degree, such as "B.A., LL.B. (Honours)", "B.B.A, LL.B. (Honours)", "B.Sc., LL.B. (Honours)", etc. Both the types of degrees (i.e., three-year and five-year integrated honours) are recognized and are also qualifying degrees for practise of legal profession in India. A holder of either type of degree may approach a Bar Council of any States of India and get upon compliance with the necessary standards, be enrolled on the rolls of the said Bar Council. The process of enrollment confers a license to the holder to practise before any court in India and give legal advice. The entire procedure of enrollment and post-enrollment professional conduct is regulated and supervised by the Bar Council of India
    Eligibility

    Five-year course

    Qualification- 10 +2 with minimum of 50% marks
    Age: Not more than 20 years
    Three year course

    Qualification- Bachelor’s degree with minimum of 50% marks
    No age limit
    There are concession in eligibility criteria for students belonging to SC and ST category.
    Selection

    Five-year course

    For undergraduate program, there are eleven National Law University that conduct a common entrance test for Bachelors in Law known as Common Law Admission Test (CLAT). Some other universities conduct their own admissions tests. Some of them are Symbiosis Entrance Test conducted by the Symbiosis campus, NLU Delhi Admission Test conducted by NLU Delhi and NLU Orissa Admission Test conducted by NLU Orissa. Some universities accept the LSAT scores, which is a test-score for LSAT India, conducted by the LSAC (Law School Admission Council). Then there are state level entrance tests. Law College Dehradun, Dehradun, MATS Law School, MATS University, Raipur, The ICFAI Law School, The ICFAI University, Dehradun, etc.
    Three-year course

    There are very few universities left that offer a 3 year course. Some of them are Delhi University based in Delhi and Banaras Hindu University based in Varanasi. They conduct their own entrance examination. Some colleges accept students based purely on merit.
    Examination pattern

    Exams test students on English, general knowledge, numerical ability, legal aptitude and logical reasoning.
    Opportunities

    There are a variety of career options available to law graduates.

    • Join the Bar Council of India or State Bar Council
    • Join legal practice as a civil lawyer or a criminal lawyer
    • Join the Judicial Services of the state as a Magistrate after passing an entrance examination and work as a Civil Judge or Judicial Magistrate
    • Opt for other options like civil services exams
    • Different positions in various government and non-government organizations like Law Firms, Consulting and Advisory Companies
    • Specialize in one of the various branches of law namely civil, criminal, corporate, insurance, tax
    • Pursue a two-year post graduation course called LLM

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    pradeepdeshwal3626
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?

    FRIEND,

    You can choose any stream that you want to be eligible to apply for the LAW courses because a Student of any stream can apply for the LAW courses.

    If you wanted to take coaching for the entrance exam then the centres are described below.

    COACHING INSTITUTES ARE:

    • IMS
    • T.I.M.E
    • M.S Coaching Centre-Chennai
    • Career Launcher
    • Gate Forum
    • Career Forum

    There are law colleges which provide the basic knowledge for law and the duration of the course is 3-5 years and the degree in the law are:
    • B.A LL.B
    • B.B.A LL.B
    • B.Sc LL.B.
    So if you wanted to become a lawyer then you should go for these courses.L.L.B stands for Bachelor of law (LL.B).

    Diploma courses in law
    • Diploma in Cyber law
    • Diploma in law of taxation
    • Diploma in labor law
    • PG Diploma in Human Rights Law
    • PG Diploma in Medical Law and Ethics
    • PG Diploma in Environmental Law
    • PG Diploma in Intellectual Property Rights Law.

    Undergraduate courses in law is Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

    Postgraduate courses in law
    • Master of Business Laws (MBL)
    • Master of Law - Business Law (LLM)
    • Master of Law - Human Rights Law (LLM)

    The LAW Entrance exams conducted in the INDIA for the admission of students for the LAW Courses are:
    • Gujarat National Law University Entrance Examination
    • Chanakya National Law University Entrance Exam
    • Government of Kerala Law Entrance Examination
    • Aligarh Muslim University
    • Christ College of Law Entrance Test
    • Government Law College Maharashtra
    • Indian Law Institute Common Admission Test
    • National University of Advanced Legal Studies
    • W. Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences exam
    • Symbiosis Law School Entrance Exam
    • Common Law Admission Test (CLAT)
    • National Law Institute University Entrance Examination
    • National Law University (NLU) Entrance Test

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE UNDERGRADUATE COURSE is that you must have done graduation in the B.A / B.Sc / B.com degree with atleast 40% marks and 35% for candidates of the SC/ST category.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE POSTGRADUATE COURSE is that you should be a graduate or post- graduate with a minimum of 50% marks. Those who wish to join the LLM course should have a LLB degree.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR THE DIPLOMA COURSE is that you must be graduate.


    TOP LAW COLLEGES IN INDIA:
    • National Law School of India Univ, Bangalore
    • NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad
    • National Law Institute University, Bhopal
    • National Law University, Jodhpur
    • Campus Law Center, Delhi University, Delhi
    • WB National Univ of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
    • Symbiosis Society's Law college, Pune
    • ILS Law College, Pune
    • Government Law College, Mumbai
    • Amity Law School, Delhi
    • Faculty of Law, AMU, Aligarh
    • University Law College, Bangalore Univ., Bangalore
    • Faculty of Law Mumbai University, Mumbai
    • Faculty of Law BHU, Varanasi
    • Deptt of Laws, Punjab University, Chandigarh
    • Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies, Bangalore
    • School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad
    • Tamil Nadu Dr Ambedkar Law Univ., Chennai
    • Army Institute of Law, Mohali
    • Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar
    • DES Law College, Pune
    • Deptt of Law Calcutta University, Kolkata
    • Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur
    • Govt Law College, Kerala Univ, Thiruvananthapuram
    • Faculty of Law, Allahabad University Allahabad

    GOOD LUCK.

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    sangam121
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    Re: Which stream should I choose after 12th to become a lawyer in future?

    After completing your graduation or post graduation in Law you can go to join any law firm as internship, this is very good for law student. I want to tel you a law firm that is providing internship ...that is ....http://www.helplinelaw.com

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