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  • WELCOM E
  • "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step." - Chinese Proverb
  • Unexplored, Lucrative & Promising CAREER OPTION
  • NLU- Bangalore
  • NLU- Delhi
  • Through their Law degree, graduates develop a valuable set of skills , including:          Analyzing, critiquing, and synthesizing legal and evidential information. Applying a sense of justice and basic principles of fairness. Problem solving and decision making. Understanding the core principles of law. Oral and written communication. Presentation skills. Acquiring new legal knowledge as the law develops over time. A capacity for hard work and the ability to work under pressure.
  • Opportunities Galore….
  • Where Sky is the Limit!
  • Careers in Law  Students could study corporate law, mediation and negotiation, international law,intellectual property law, environmental law, women's law, human rights law and labour law, just to name a few alternatives. He could study further, do his PhD in international law, and work with the United Nations, or he could step out as soonas he graduates, and start practicing in courts. 
  • RATIO OF LAW PROFESSIONALS IN VARIOUS COUNTRIES COUNTRIES US PEOPLE/LAWYER 260 Brazil New Zealand 326 391 Spain   Italy   395 500 UK Germany 401 593 France   India 1600 1000 China Japan 7000 5500 South Africa 2500
  • It is not where you start but where you finish is important
  • All the BEST