Law and CLAT

 Law and CLAT Exam

A career in law demands good spoken and written communication skills. One should have ability to understand and absorb facts and analyze them quick and should have patience, sympathy and should have sense of responsibility. Universities and law colleges across the country offers 5 year integrated courses that include BA LLB, BSc LLB, LLB and 3 year LLB course for graduates of any discipline. Higher studies are also available such as LLM and Ph D programmes. There are many fields of specialization in this area such as Civil law, criminal law, international law, labour law, constitutional law, administrative law and so on.

The CLAT( Common Law Admission Test) will be held annually for student admission to undergraduate and post graduate programs in law offered by national law universities of India. The universities include National Law School of India University, Bangalore, National Academy of Legal Study and Research University of Law, Bhopal, The West Bengal national university of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.

A law graduate have many options to pursue their profession such as lawyer, legal advisor, law officer, public prosecutor, solicitor, law reporter, legal assistants depending upon their skill and experience. Many corporates are recruiting legal professionals, they can become company secretaries.

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