Inspiration is frequently the driving force behind a desire to pursue a career in Law. Most Law students are inspired by personal heroes (typically family members), fictional heroes (Perry Mason, Alan Shore), or the belief that one person can actually make a difference.

Logical reasoning is the most critical talent you'll need. You must be able to look at situations objectively and draw your own opinions. If you are intelligent, well-presented, and not afraid to speak your mind, law is a vocation you should seriously explore.

Students must complete an undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG), or doctorate (PhD) degree programme in order to practise law in India. Law is a relatively popular career choice among students in India.

A career in Law has a lot of potential in India. Law graduates these days don't just dress in black and white and go to court; they also create an impression in corporate offices, law companies, law agencies, administrative services, and other places. A career in law demands a lot of dedication and long hours. The most prevalent law specialisations are criminal or civil law. However, other fields of law, such as cyber law, patent law, and corporate law, are gaining popularity these days.

Aspirants interested in pursuing a career in law at the undergraduate level can enrol in five-year integrated LLB courses such as BA LLB, BBA LLB, BSc LLB, or B.Com LLB. After graduation, candidates might choose to pursue a three-year LLB degree. Candidates who choose to further their studies can pursue a master's degree (LLM) and subsequently a doctorate (PhD).

At Wisdom Academy we provide the best guidance for students opting for Law. We ensure that students' knowledge is connected with what is taught in their institutions and what is expected of a professional in today's environment.



The Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) is entrance exam in India for admission to 22 National Law Universities and other private colleges and universities' undergraduate and postgraduate law programmes that accept CLAT scores. Some public organisations, like as ONGC and BHEL, use CLAT-PG scores for their recruitment. Approximately 50,000 persons take the CLAT exam each year.

The CLAT question paper for UG courses consists of 150 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) based on understanding from following subjects: General Knowledge, English Language, Current Affairs, Logical Reasoning, Legal Reasoning, and Quantitative Techniques. The CLAT PG question paper includes objective and subjective questions from a variety of Law areas, including Administrative Law, Corporate Law, Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Criminal Law, and Contract Law, among others. In 2021, the descriptive component of the LLM paper was removed.

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