What are some of the career options if I take up Legal courses?

September 13,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

Your career options for legal practice may be Private practice, Public Interest Law, Government Counsel and Corporate Counsel. You can also specialize in different areas like Administrative, Civil Litigation, Constitutional, Corporate and Commercial, Criminal, Environmental, Family, Immigration, Intellectual Property, International, Labor and Employment, Real Estate, Securities, Tax, and other areas. When you chose to do private legal practice, this means that you may work individually or if you want, you could work with other partners in a law firm. You provide your clients with legal services. You clients may be individuals or they may be big or small corporations as … (more) September 13, 2010

What is the nature of work of a lawyer?

August 06,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

There are different kinds of lawyers and your nature of work depends upon the kind of law you practice.  There are two major categories under which you can practice law – Litigation and transaction. Litigation lawyers have to handle all procedures related to a courtroom trial. They should possess all the necessary litigation skills to argue in a courtroom for their clients. They should possess exceptional communication skills and they must be good speakers which is a requirement in order to carry out the trial process.  Transaction lawyers on the other hand deal with all legal matters that do not … (more) August 6, 2010

What is the starting point of the legal career?

August 06,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

Upon completion of education, most students start as a junior lawyer or as an intern under a reputed lawyer or a well known law firm. With experience and success rate, you can be a senior lawyer or start up practice on your own. If your legal degree is from an exceptional institution and you have a brilliant academic record, you will land up in a job as a lawyer in a well known law firm, as soon as you complete your education. To start up on your own, you will require some experience and a loyal client base to sustain. … (more) August 6, 2010

What is the requirement to start a legal career?

August 06,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

To become a lawyer, a four year undergraduate degree is mandatory. After which you will need to take up an entrance exam know as law School admission test or LSAT. Depending on your LSAT scores, you can enroll into various reputed law schools. The duration of a legal education is three years if you are enrolled full time or four years in part time. To practice law, you will need to obtain a state license. This will be provided to you upon passing the BAR examination. addthis_url = ‘http%3A%2F%2Fwww.educationcenters.com%2Ffaq%2Fcareers%2Flegal-careers%2Fwhat-is-the-requirement-to-start-a-legal-career-729.php’; addthis_title = … (more) August 6, 2010

What does the legal career encompass?

August 06,2010 by: Maxim Thomas

Legal career refers to jobs related to the laws governing a state. People who practice legal career are called lawyers or attorneys. Lawyers can specialize in a variety of fields related to civil and criminal law, or even corporate or business transactions. Some of the different areas of specialization include accidents, insurance, health and life science law, real estate law and so on. addthis_url = ‘http%3A%2F%2Fwww.educationcenters.com%2Ffaq%2Fcareers%2Flegal-careers%2Fwhat-does-the-legal-career-encompass-727.php’; addthis_title = ‘What+does+the+legal+career+encompass%3F’; addthis_pub = ”; August 6, 2010