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Intellectually challenging, financially rewarding and personal fulfillment is a career in law. Law also includes rights justice and understanding of human behavior and society.

Law is one of the most respected profession worldwide. Law as a profession offers a plethora of career avenues for students to explore and conquer. All one needs is a flair of communication, reasoning and analytical skills to be successful in this career.

Ram Jethmalani

Lawyer, Jurist, Professor, Politician
LL.B. from Bombay University

Barack Obama

Former President of US
Harvard Law school

Corporate Law

Corporate lawyers ensure the legality of commercial transactions and possess expansive knowledge of statutory law and regulations passed by government agencies in order help their clients achieve their goals within the legal framework. To structure a business transaction legally, a corporate lawyer may need to research on different arenas of law relating to a specific area of business.

Judicial Services

The best part about pursuing this career option is that it is only restricted to law students. The Judicial Services and the Higher Judicial Services have set the age criterion to somewhere in the 20s for a student to become a judge. After a few years, you are eligible to sit for the Higher Judicial Services (HJS), which in many cases results in the eventual elevation as a Judge of the High Court.


As a litigating lawyer, you hear out the case, draft it for the client and you fight the case in a tribunal or court by yourself or while you are assisted by a team. In addition one requires to do a gamut of ancillary legal work as well, that includes giving legal advice on matters and preparing legal proformas .

Academics and Research

With so much happening on the legal front, there are immense possibilities for developing a career as an academician. A tenured faculty position or a research position in one of Government departments and or other colleges has changed phenomenally over the years, when it comes to either the quality of work or quantum of payment.

Civil Services

Law is considered as a favourite subject for civil services’ aspirants. By having pursued law as an undergraduate course, you are automatically preparing for a significant portion of your mains paper, without wasting any additional time. Questions based on the constitution and issues of
social, political and legal importance are an essential part of preparation that needs to be taken for the CSAT.

Company Secretary Ship

A Company Secretary (CS) complemented with law is a powerful combination to join a company. You can simultaneously enroll for a CS degree. A CS has to ensure regulatory compliance of the company and ensure the business is carried on with all the procedures required by law.

A law degree covers the foundation subjects that are required for entry into the legal professions. But the understanding of legal implications and obligations, combined with the ability to apply this knowledge in practice, is valuable in many parts of the public, private and voluntary sectors. Campus placements with some of the sought after organisations from across the globe makes, this a dream career for many. The starting salaries for tier 1 Law schools are upwards to Rs. 5,00,000 per annum.

The range of skills that a law degree provides includes:

  • research skills using a range of sources, including verbal questioning
  • evaluation skills and the ability to interpret and explain complex information clearly
  • analytical skills reasoning and critical judgement skills
  • the ability to formulate sound argument, lateral thinking and problem-solving skills
  • the ability to write concise and persuasive oral communication
  • attention to detail and the ability to draft formal documents with precision

Key virtues of being a Law graduate are:

Law as a profession offers a plethora of career avenues for students to explore and conquer. All one needs is a flair of communication, reasoning and analytical skills to be successful in this career.

Higher Salary Packages
Critical & Creative Skills
Conducive Corporate Environment
Global Opportunities
Communication Skills

Exam Information

All management entrances are essentially aptitude test and evaluate aspirants on their numerical skills, language proficiency and ability to manage time. The weightage of individual sections, test duration, will vary amongst institutions.

Preparation Tips / Strategies

Students wishing to pursue law education have two possible education routes, they can pursue it immediately after class XII or after completing their graduation. On the bright side, law entrance examinations are not unconquerable and for years on end, plenty of aspirants have vanquished their fears and anxieties by excelling with their performance. Apart from the basic requirements of comprehension, reasoning and aptitude, there are a couple of factors that play a major role in defining your preparation.

For a beginner, who has absolutely no idea on what CLAT entails as an examination, a coaching institute acts as a training arena where you are taught basics right from the scratch. Any aspirant who wishes to reach the portals of the esteemed law schools in the country must accept that a score of no less than 140 is the key to their dream coming true. And this can only be achieved when the foundations of the concepts are strong and any type of question or pattern of the paper can be tackled.

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