By Dinesh Verma - September 24, 2022
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‘At his best, man is the greatest of all animals; But without law and justice she is the worst.
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From Mahatma Gandhi to Barack Obama… from Nelson Mandela to Jethmalani
If I ask you, tell me, what do Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Patel, Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama to Arun Jaitley, Kapil Sibal, Harish Salve and Ram Jethmalani have in common? So what would be your answer?
Yes, they were/are all formal law educated people, and their career is their indelible mark. Gandhi, Nehru, Patel were all great lawyers in India’s freedom struggle.
a wide rainbow
The aim of the study of law is to know the various law systems related to almost every aspect of human life, ranging from business, economy, human rights, international relations and politics to others. To make a successful career in the field of law, you need to have an in-depth knowledge of the law system of your country as well as different types of laws, human rights, jurisdiction and other legal aspects.
6 benefits of taking a law degree
1) Knowing the ‘Law of the Land’: Knowing and understanding the law in the place where you live gives a kind of strength. You feel empowered in daily life. It takes courage to speak out against the small excesses that happen around us every day.
2) Confidence in Personality: Holding on to the law (law) creates a different confidence. Here I am talking about positive confidence, not negative. This opens the way for full development in life.
3) Advantage in UPSC Preparation: Many of my students who went to National Law Universities told me that after joining college and studying for two/three years, many students are inclined towards civil services. According to him, this is because the course of Integrated Courses especially BA LLB is very similar to Civil Services Entrance Test and these colleges have good teachers to teach these subjects, which increases the interest in these subjects.
4) Making Money: Many senior lawyers charge crores of rupees as their fees. Like any other profession, in the field of law also you can earn money on the basis of excellence. If you have good knowledge of your field and if you manage to create the image of a case-winning lawyer, then this career can make you rich – very rich!
5) Opportunities in Politics and Social Service: The grip on the law helps you to understand the problems of the society better. An engineer or a doctor will never be able to automatically express their technical opinion on human rights and tribal exploitation, but a law fielder will be able to say a lot in their own style. This creates new career opportunities such as social service, consulting and politics.
6) Opportunities in the Corporate World: Open economic system and the advent of thousands of private companies have increased the number of business disputes and also the need for lawyers dealing in that area. If you work in the field of Corporate Law then there is a lot of work in the field of Patents, Copyrights, Design Marks, Trade Marks.
Various opportunities to study in India
There are top law universities in India like NLSIU Bangalore, NALsar Hyderabad and other national law universities which offer graduate/post-graduate and integrated courses options to the youth of India. Apart from this, many private institutes like Symbiosis Pune, UPES Dehradun, Nirma Ahmedabad etc. are also considered good. Among these, BA LLB, BA LLB (Hons), BBA LLB, BBA LLB (Hons), and B.Com LLB are prominent. In some colleges, BSL LLB (Bachelor of Socio-Legal Science), BSc LLB and even BTech LLB are also available.
Except BTech LLB which is a six year course, all other integrated courses are of 5 years duration. To take admission in these courses, one has to appear for CLAT (Common Law Entrance Test) and the candidate must have passed class XII with 45% marks.
So today’s career fund is to increase awareness, and find good opportunities for yourself in the growing field of law.
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