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What I have to do to become a Lawyer after the completion of BA course?


aftr cmpliting b.a degree cource wt we hve to do to becme a lawyer.
i want to be a lawyer.




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17th September 2011, 12:50 PM
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you can opt LLB courses from any recognized university.

for appearing n this exam you must have complete your graduation , whatever may be the

stream is....
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17th September 2011, 12:52 PM
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you can opt LLB courses from any recognized university.

for appearing n this exam you must have complete your graduation , whatever

may be the

stream is.... you can also apply for CLAT exam .
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17th September 2011, 05:52 PM
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Definitely,you can do the LLB as you are so interested to become a Lawyer you can appear in Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) which is conducted for admission to the LLB program at eleven National Law Universities.

there are some very important institutions with some particular entrance exams.

Eligibility:

1:you have to pass the Higher Secondary School/Intermediate Examination (10+2) or its equivalent examination with minimum 50% marks in total and 45% for SC/ST/OBC/PH

2:you should not have compartment in any subject.

3:you age may be maximum 20 years for General/OBC and 22 years for SC/ST/PH.

4:if you are in qualifying examination of your degree,you can also appear provisionally.

Some other tests are:
1:LSAT-India (Law School Admission Test - India)

2:Christ College of Law Entrance Exam

3r.Ambedkar College of Law test

4:Lala Lajpat Rai College of Law test

5:Gopaldas Jhamatamal Advani Law test

6:KPB Hinduja law college test

7:Jithendra Chauhan College of Law test


one of the best institute is The Government Law College (GLC) ,Mumbai
then you can have this great chance.

The GLC offers the BLS(Bachelor of Legal Science), LLB which are five-year Integrated Law Course leading to a BLS, LLB Degree.

There is no entrance examination to take admission in Government Law College (GLC),Mumbai.

But there is a cut-off percentage for admission.

for details visit:http://www.glc.edu/

Besides this there are some entrance exams through which you can get the admission various renowned institutes.

There are so many Institutes for Law study.
1;ILS, Pune
2:Symbiosis, Pune
3:GNLU ,Gandhinagar
4:Balaji Law College, Pune
5:Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune

Besides Mumbai,there are o many institutions all over India

1:KIIT Law school, Bhubaneshwar
2:MATS Law School, Raipur
3:NALSAR ,Hyderabad
4:NLSIU, Bangalore
5:School of Law, Christ University (SLCU), Bangalore
6:NUALS ,Cochin
7:ULC, Bangalore
8:BILS, Bangalore
9:Kerala Law Academy, Thiruvananthapuram
10:TN Dr. Ambedkar School of Excellence, Chennai
11:NUJS ,Kolkata
12:HNLU ,Raipur


For any further details visit:http://www.lawentrance.com/

for more about the LLB admission visit:http://www.lawentrance.com
there is a list of top LLB colleges which provides 3 years LLB course :-

Government Law College , Mumbai

ABMSP’s Yashwantrao Chavan Law College

National Law University, Delhi

K. A. Pandhi English Medium Law College

KLE Society’s Law College, Bangalore

RE Society’s Shriman Bhagojisheth Keer Law College

Institute of Law and Forensic Science

Bharati Vidyapeeth’s New Law College, Pune

Devanshu Samaj Kalyan Sewa Vidhi Mahavidyalaya

Prayag Citizen Law College

Major Shiv Dayal Singh Law College

Shree K.P. Shah Law College
etc.

The all above colleges are affiliated to Bar Counsil of India(BCI).

Choice is yours.
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5th April 2012, 11:30 AM
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aftr cmpliting b.a degree cource wt we hve to do to becme a lawyer.
i want to be a lawyer.

If your aspiring to become an Lawyer then you should apply for LLB ( Bachelor of Law ) course , It is an Bachelor degree and the duration of the course three years and the course is divided into six semester . There is good scope for LLB course in both the private as well as Private Institutions .

In LLB course there are lot of specialization are available such as , Civil Law , Corporate Law , International Law , Criminal Law , Tax Law etc...

To apply for LLB course you should complete bachelor degree in any discipline ( ie :- B.com / B.sc / BBA / BCA ) with Minimum 45% percentage marks from recognized Institution . Some Institution may give relaxation to sc/st candidate for 5 % percentage of marks

You should qualified in Law Entrance Examination with good percentage of marks . The Admission for LLB course is based on the Entrance Examination percentage of marks . If your score good percentage of marks then you may get admission for LLB course .

You have to give any one of the following Entrance Examination to get admission for LLB course ,

LLB Entrance Examination :-
  • Amity Law School Entrance Examination
  • Common Law Admission Test
  • ICFAI University Entrance Examination
  • Delhi University Entrance Examination
  • Law School Admission Test

To apply for this Entrance Examination you should complete 12th standard in any discipline commerce / science / Arts from recognized university . You have score minimum 50% percentage of marks in 12th board Examination . Final year candidate may also eligible to apply for this Entrance Examination . The Syllabus for Entrance Examination may covers following syllabus like, Language Ability , Aptitude Test , Legal Reasoning etc.. To crack this Examination you have to go through the syllabus , So that definitely you may crack the Examination with good percentage of marks .

So, I suggest to apply for LLB course , If your really aspiring to become an Layer .
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5th April 2012, 01:43 PM
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i want to be a lawyer.
After completion of your degree(any stream),you are eligible for applying CLAT(Common Law Admission Test).It is usually conducted in may.If you are performing well in CLAT you will get admission in National Law Schools(equivant to IIT'S in engg).Campus placement in those colleges are very good
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aftr cmpliting b.a degree cource wt we hve to do to becme a lawyer.
i want to be a lawyer.
After completion of your degree(any stream),you are eligible for applying CLAT(Common Law Admission Test)entrance exam.It is usually conducted in may.If you are performing well in CLAT you will get admission in National Law Schools(equivant to IIT'S in engg).Campus placement in those colleges are very good.There are entrance exams conducted by colleges,in kerala there is a common entrance test for LLB admission conducted by the five Govt. Law colleges
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5th April 2012, 03:12 PM
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hello,
To become lawyer you should do llb course after gradution.
become a Lawyer you can appear in Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) which is conducted for admission to the LLB program at eleven National Law Universities.
good luck
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5th April 2012, 03:24 PM
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After completion of BA you can apply for LL.B.(Bachelor of Law) which is an under Graduate course in Law of three year durations. There are ample scope of a Law Graduate in both Govt. and Private sector or else there is wide scope for legal practice as a Lawyer which is a very challenging and exiting profession.

The candidate having completed Graduation in any discipline with 50% marks from a recognised University is eligible to apply for LL.B. course.

Some reputed Institutions conduct entrance exam for admission to LL.B. course and other conduct admission on the basis of marks secured in Graduation.

After three years of LL.B. course divided in to six semesters successfully, to become a Lawyer you have to apply for a professional license through respective State Bar Association with certain prescribed fees to obtain a Bar License after which you become able to practice as a Lawyer.
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31st July 2012, 01:52 PM
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hi friend,

for becoming lawyer you have to apply for LLB.

LLA stands for bechlore of Law.

Here is the eligibility:

--> A candidate should have completed their 12th or equivalent study from recognise board.

--> A candidate should have pass their 12th with atleast 50%.

--> Age limit should not exist 30 years.

Here is the Best LLB Colleges in India :

-The University Law College

-Amity Law School

-Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies

-Bharati Vidyapeeth University

-Indian Law Society

-Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law

-New Law Academy

all the best
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can i take afmission in llb 3yrs. course after doing mass communication
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30th August 2013, 08:40 AM
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If you want to become lawyer then take up the LLB course after completing graduation. There are two LLB degrees. First is the integrated LLB which has duration of 5 years.

This degree integrates a bachelor degree with LLB course. For example the courses offered are BA LLB, B.Com LLB, BBA LLB etc. You should not apply for this course since you have already completing or doing graduation course.

What you should go for is the LLB 3 years course. It is taken after completing graduation. There are various colleges offering the 3 years LLB in India.

Before you take admission please keep in mind that LLB is not offered through correspondence. It is only a regular mode degree. Which means that if you completed it through distance education or regular mode then Bar Council of India will reject it and you won't be allowed to practice as the lawyer.

Some good options as far as colleges are concerned include Delhi University, Banaras Hindu University, Government Law College, Mumbai etc. Some colleges conduct entrance exam for admission while on the other hand some give admission on merit.


LLB Eligibility

1. You will need to complete graduation.

2. Must be able to score 45 to 50 percent marks.

3. The relaxation is 5% for SC and ST.

4. In DU, there is no marks criteria for SC/ST.

5. Upper age limit is 30 years for the course.

6. With 5 years relaxation for SC and ST.

7. There is no relaxation for OBC in marks or age limit.
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30th August 2013, 10:34 AM
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Dear friend,

If you want to become a lawyer you have to apply for LLB.

LLB stands for bachelor of Law.

Eligibility:

You should have completed your 12th or equivalent study.

You should have passed your 12th with at least 50%.

Age limit should not exceed 30 years.

Below are some good LLB colleges in India:

Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies
Bharati Vidyapeeth University
Indian Law Society
The University Law College
Amity Law School
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law



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30th August 2013, 07:35 PM
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aftr cmpliting b.a degree cource wt we hve to do to becme a lawyer.
i want to be a lawyer.

Hi,

As you have completed BA and you want to become a lawyer, then you can do LLB.

LLB is a three year course in Law.

For LLB you will have to clear CLAT.

CLAT - Common Law Admission Test

For CLAT, you should be a graduate with 45 % marks, from a recognised university.

Upper age limit for LLB is 30 years.


In India there are many good law colleges, which take admission on the basis of CLAT scores like --

NALSAR Hyderabad

National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata

NLIU Bhopal

National Law University, Jodhpur

GNLU Gandhinagar

HNLU Raipur

National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

RMLNLU Lucknow

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala

NLU Orissa

Chanakya National Law University, Patna

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31st August 2013, 11:28 PM
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aftr cmpliting b.a degree cource wt we hve to do to becme a lawyer.
i want to be a lawyer.
as you want to be a lawyer you need to go for llb degree from a recognized regular college ,

LLB stands for bachelor of law

one thing you should remember about llb course generally there are no correspondence college for llb but if you go for llb through correspondence you won't be able to practice as a lawyer in the courts so it is advisable to pursue llb from a regular mode,

many universities offer llb courses and conducts entrance exams for it like delhi university, banaras hindu university ,govt law college mumbai

eligibility for 3 year llb :

must hold a graduation degree

must hold 45 to 50 % in graduation

5% relaxation for sc/st students

age limit should br less than 30 years

5 year relaxation for sc/st candidates

no relaxation for others

Delhi university has no marks requirement for sc/st students

good luck
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