Law is vast and it touches all of us in some way or the other, law is not just about the intensity or the money or the status, it more than that. The Indian legal market is in a nascent stage in terms of growth. A law student with all desired skills, inherent interests has a wide range legal professional opportunities available these days. In the given level of economic development and globalisation, the factors and future direction of legal education in India is immense. This profession has grown over a short span of less than 50 years to become one of the world’s largest and most influential governance of the country. Amidst mediocrity, the legal world has changed and opportunities for trained persons has grown phenomenally. With all this development, still, law as a career is kind of a defamed one. Legal education in India is completely different from what it was 10 years ago. Practicing in court is not the only option left after completing law course. The most advantageous aspect of this field is that it is not restricted to a specific background of a student.. Admissions into a good law college, students will be competing with people from different backgrounds. To hone the skills of a successful lawyer, continued self-education is indispensable in emerging areas of practice. Following are the various career options pertaining to study of law at a good University

These are diverse career paths open to the law graduates in the present context. Some of which are highlighted hereunder.

  1. Advocates:- This is the most conventional route after law education. Indian courts leave very less scope for the first generation lawyers. It is always suggested for lawyers in heredity to opt for court practice.
  2. Judicial Officers:- Young and fresh law graduates are now eligible to compete for the posts of the coveted judicial officer in the subordinate judiciary as junior civil judges and later part to the higher judiciary
  3. Public Prosecutors:- Public Prosecutors and Asst. Police Prosecuting Officers are the officers appointed by the government to assist the court in pleading the case of the State in criminal cases, as a part of administration of justice.
  4. Law Officers:- Today a law graduate has tremendous career opportunities as law officers, Probationary Officers in banking sector and a host of other public and private sector bodies, where there has been great expansion of commercial transactions.
  5. Arbitrators:- Arbitration as an alternative method of dispute settlement has been gaining much popularity and is being even granted legal status, for the speedy settlement of disputes without resorting to the cumbersome judicial process.
  6. Teachers:- Post graduates in Law with Ph.D degree or those who are qualified in the UGC conducted NET Examination have excellent opportunities to serve as law teachers at the University level.
  7. LPO Service:-With the changing scenario of legal market and globalization of law firms a new concept of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) has become the new imperative. Many Western companies and corporations are now out sourcing their legal work to Asian countries.
  8. Scope in the field of Intellectual Property:-Today intellectual Property Rights have become the buzz word in all the sectors. Intellectual property Rights can foster economic growth, provide incentives for innovations and attract investment that is paving the way for new jobs and opportunities.

The legal profession in India has reoriented itself, it has immense potential to ambitious and hard working lawyers. Studying law at a good institute can make you a vibrant and confident lawyer.

 

 

SUBJECTS:

  • B.A. LLB.(5 YRS.) (Hons.)     SEATS: 120
  • BBA LL.B. (5 YRS)                   SEATS: 40
  • B.COM LL.B.( 5 YRS)              FORTHCOMING
  • LL.B. ( 3 YRS.)                            120

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:

For 5 years course: 10+2 or its equivalent exam. With at least 45% marks in aggregate for for general caste and 40% for SC/ST candidates from any recognized board.

For 3 years course: Graduate with 45% for General and 40% for SC/ST candidates.

Law Classroom

Law Classroom

Computer Lab

Computer Lab

Passing Out

Passing Out