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  May 2016
 
  April 2016
 
 
 
 
LEGAL EVENT
LAW CAREER IS NOW UNIVERSAL CHOICE
 

Marriages might be made in heaven, but career in Law is made at Universal Institute of Legal Studies (UILS). Law has always been a lucrative and respectable career option. However, with the rapid growth of trade and industry in the era of globalised liberation, increasing use of internet, e-commerce and convergence of technologies, new vistas of opportunities in all professional fields, especially the law, have been heralded.

Fight for career building begins right at the age of four when the tender aged boy or girl is traumatized at the threshold of Nursery / KG schools. Somehow that little creature passes through the prolong and tough passage of schooling, then comes a cross-road of multiple careers leading towards many diverse directions, where it becomes literally very difficult to choose the best option.

However, today law career has become the most sought after choice of most brilliant students. These days legal profession is no more a mere 'court affair'. The demand for bright law graduates is fast proliferating world-wide. Career in law offers exciting opportunities as an Advocate, Solicitor, Consultant, Judge, Magistrate, Legal Journalist or Analyst, Arbitrator and Legal Process Outsourcing, etc.

For getting entry into a Law College, one has to be well-informed and well-prepared. There are more than 800 law colleges in India but it is of utmost importance that one steps into a reputed law school for proper grooming. In India there are two types of law courses, viz . LL.B.-3 year course after graduation and LL.B.- 5 year course after 12 th standard. Most of the law colleges conduct their own Entrance Examination during May and June every year. Since 2008, Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) has been introduced wherein a single examination is held for the 14 National Law Schools in India.

The syllabus for entrance examination is similar but the pattern differs from university to university. Most of the law school examinations are conducted at different centres across the country so that it becomes easier for an aspirant to appear.

With the view to provide an indepth knowledge to aspiring law students, the training arm of Universal Group, Universal Institute of Legal Studies (UILS), organized a seminar at New Delhi, on March 25, 2012, in which a huge conglomeration of aspiring law students and their parents participated. Renowned Supreme Court lawyer and Deputy Director Amity Law School, Dr. Manish Arora; Rodney Ryder, Advocate and Intellectual Property Rights expert; Tanvi Mishra, Advocate and Ashima Singh, former student of UILS and final year B.A. LL.B. student of Amity Law School deliberated at the seminar. While Purnima Aroa, Chief Executive, UILS delivered the Welcome Address, M G Arora, founder of Universal Group bestowed his blessings to the aspiring law students.

Hasan Khurshid

 
 
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