Law is a basic social institution and the most necessary for protecting the fundamental rights of the citizens of a country. Operating within the defined constitutional Rights and Duties, it is a powerful weapon of fight against social and individual inequalities and injustice. The more developed a legal system, the more developed a nation is deemed.
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i. Good communication skills
ii. Good interpretation skills.
iii. Sound knowledge of subject
iv. Logical, reasoning
v. Awareness of general events happening around in the legal and related fields
vi. Hard work
They can find employment in various courts of law, in government service both Central and State government, as teachers, as legal advisors in various companies, business houses, organisations etc. They also do private practice as legal advisors, advocates, solicitors etc. One who wishes to become an advocate and practice law as a profession in India, should enroll with the local State Central Bar council. An application for admission as an advocate shall be made in the prescribed form to the State Bar Council within whose jurisdiction the applicant proposes to practice. The Bar Council of India and the State Bar Councils forms a self contained code of law for legal professionals practicing in India. Lawyers can find employment in a variety of positions in the Government Service as well as other fields. Lawyer can also work as legal counsel and legal advisers for firms, organizations and families. They can work as trustees of various trusts, as teachers, law reporters, company secretary and so on. Opportunities exist in the defense services too. Additional qualification along with law degree offers scope for a wide range of employment opportunities.