'LAW' is the most productive career option. How?

Why Choose LAW as a Career?
Legal education is regarded as the backbone of society, as it facilitates society to function peacefully without much conflict. It is essential for all the citizens to receive general legal education, as it would impart them the relevance and significance of basic democratic values. Legal education aims to cherish the aspiration and hopes of the masses by securing them fundamental human rights.

 

Law plays a significant role in the process of socio-economic progress of the country. It aims to provide all the citizens political, social and economic justice. Law has its base in legal education.

Legal education can be viewed as an investment, if sensibly made will generate valuable results for the development of the nation. Legal education has the potential to build an organized and civilized globe. Thinking about the changing era of globalization and the changing needs of the society, legal education is the heart and the soul of millions of people.

Deciding whether you want a career in law is no small matter. You may end up paying quite a bit of money for course fees; so you need to be sure it's the right thing to do. You need to be aware of the disadvantages as well as the advantages of working in the legal sector.

There are a diverse range of roles to be fulfilled within law so let's look at working in the sector in general and then move on to working as a solicitor and barrister.

Entering into a law school strengthens the potentials for one to be empowered with knowledge of rights and duties. Five year law schooling is integration of two degrees such as BBA or BA with LLB. A student at law school gets to write articles for world's reputed journals, participate at Parliamentary Debates, or get to act as nation ambassadors at Model United Nations Forum, participate in world class moot courts depicting the International Court of Justice and conferences of intellect discussions. Along with internship opportunities at United Nations, National Commission's, Supreme Court and Law firms, these opportunities only energizes one's potentials and transforms ones personality.

Law will always challenge you. Whether it's intellectually, because of the hard work you need to put in or because of the people you need to deal with. Most of the time overcoming these challenges will help you grow as a person and even make you better at your job.

The primary requirements for this profession are good written and oral communication skills, logical thinking and drawing conclusions as well as excellent convincing power. Moreover, one should be fond of reading. Law is definitely the right career for you if you can voice your opinions and you are presentable, suave and smart.

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