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What is the eligibility criteria to become a lawyer?


Can anyone help me out that, what are the eligiblity creteria to bcum a lawyer?




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10th January 2013, 04:31 PM
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LL.B is the basic eligibility required to become a lawyer. Graduates are eligible to pursue LL.B course. Those who have completed 12th are also eligible to apply. Admission to the courses is done on the basis of national level or state level entrance exams. Qualifying CLAT will help you to join any of the reputed institutions across India.
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10th January 2013, 11:51 PM
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Hello friends,

Eligibility to become lawyer in India;-
Five-year course
Qualification- 10 +2 with minimum of 50% marks

Age: Not more than 20 years

Three year course
Qualification- Bachelorís degree with minimum of 50% marks

No age limit

There are concession in eligibility criteria for students belonging to SC and ST category.



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The requirements may vary depending on the country.Generally, an applicant needs to have graduated from high school and have a bachelor's degree, and be able to pass the entrance exams for law school at a University. And then there is a 3 course of study to obtain a law degree. Being called to "the Bar " means that a person is now a fully qualified lawyer, able to practice law in their jurisdiction.
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11th January 2013, 12:45 AM
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for becoming a lawyer, you should give the common law admission test CLAT which is conducted by the national law universities of india. the eligibilty criteria for appearing in CLAT is that you should be having at least 60% of aggregate marks in your 12th class, in any stream, may it be science, commerce or arts. and your age should not be more than 21 years. the CLAT exam will provide you the college according to your marks and there you will be pursuing your 5 year ll.B course.
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Is the place of job is selected according to the marks obtained ,if not then on what basis ??
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