Law is one of the preferred career choices for a long time in India. Those students whose families have been practicing law for generations usually opt to study law as the career option. But it is not necessary to have any family background in law to become a successful lawyer. 

If you choose to make a career in law, you need to be a lifelong learner with Good intellect, Persuasion skills, Convincing skills, Ability to argue on a topic, the Ability to assimilate & analyze facts, Fluency and clarity of speech, Good presentation skills, Confidence and Interest in research.

Choosing the right college is always a catch while opting for any course. Career Guide provides you wide information about the colleges and supports in the complete admission process.

Types of Law Degree

Bachelor of Law (3 years):  This is a 3 Year degree course in law after graduation.

Integrated Law Degree (5 years): This is 5-year law degree after 10+2 which is integrated with graduation namely B.A.-L.L.B., B.Com.- L.L.B., B.Sc.- L.L.B. and B.B.A.-L.L.B

Masters in Law (LLM): It is a post-graduation program in law after LLB

Doctorate in Law (Ph. D- Law): It is a doctorate in law after masters

Law Entrance Exams:

There are many national and state-level entrance exams through which students may take admission to law courses. Some of the popular exams are CLAT (Common law Admission Test), AILET (All India Law Entrance Test), LSAT (Law School Admission Test), etc.