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Who Can Study Law in India

Wonderful to hear that you plan to continue studying. You must enrol in a Foundation programme in the UK, followed by a 3-year LLB programme. Make an appointment to speak to our British college counsellor who can give you all the details. Thank you for contacting Intelligent Partners. We need more information before we can advise you. We need to know if your brother has finished grade 12? Is this certificate recognized by the Department of Education of Bhutan? Where, in which country does your brother want to study? Please call us on +971 4 3686036 or send an email to [email protected] with all the information we can help you. See that studying law for a year does not make you competent to contest the case, yes, no doubt you will understand things better, but the law requires.practice and experience. So, if you want to study law, bring all the major laws like the Indian Constitution CPC CRPC and to study them thoroughly, you will gain understand the procedure. Public universities are much cheaper than private law schools.

Law graduate students often work part-time in law firms to gain experience in their field of study. I intend to study law. Please let me know which course is best for me. Hi, I finished my 12 years, I want to study law in the United States, I can do it. If yes, what to do What kind of job opportunities after U.S. Law School Hello, I am a computer scientist with a degree and I am currently working. Is there a law degree in which I can continue to work and study? Thank you, Anusha. Hi Mohit, JST Wana to know LLB, what is the required qualification.

I graduated in 1991 from DU with 3. Division, percentage and age can be taken into account to get admission, otherwise, I would like to get admission in LLB, pls say if there is an affiliated university in India through which I can do my LLB. I`m at work, so I can`t attend the day class, please keep that in mind too. Thank you. If you just want to study law, you can buy good books and study them yourself, or you can participate in forensic coaching where mentors can also teach you. Studying law for only one or two years will not put you in a position to tackle your own case. AILET is an entrance exam in Indian law, you can appear there for admission to government and private law colleges in your state. Good morning, sir.

I am a grade 11 student studying in the UAE. I chose the scientific track. I am in a complete dilemma when it comes to my profession. but somehow interested in law, but somehow out of fear if I find myself unemployed after taking LLB. Can I move forward with confidence, sir?? 1) If you want to choose PIP tban for this, you do not need to be admitted to law, so you can study and have knowledge of law. Thank you for contacting Intelligent Partners. We are happy to accompany you through the application process for law studies in India/UK/USA. Pl Mail [email protected] or call +97143686036/87/97. I would like to get information about studying law under the scientific stream Plus 2 Hello, I am a grade 11 student who wants to study law. I don`t know exactly where at the moment, but I think we and the UK are a more dominant option than studying in India.

I have a few questions about studying in one of these places: 1) Can I get a bachelor`s degree somewhere and then go to US/UK/India? 2) Where do you recommend a good place to practice and/or study law? 3) How much would all the degrees from each of these places take after a bachelor`s degree? (as for the US, I would need a JD and then an LLM; how much would it cost me and how many years it would take) There are different legal books on the market that are available separately for undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral courses. The establishment of online resources is also there to study law. Check out some of the most popular law books from here: To study abroad for a law degree, you must submit the language test results of IELTS, TOEFL, etc. In addition, you will also need to file a Statement of Intent (SOP), and some educational institutions may also require letters of recommendation (LOR). Second, yes, you should study law, as this would not only make you competent to pursue your case personally, but would also give you an advantage to understand life with rules more effectively. Call us and make an appointment with our academic advisors who will help you apply.

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