How to Become a Lawyer after Graduation

How to Become a lawyer in india after graduation

Are you a graduate? Do you have 50 % mark in you graduation? Would you like to become a Lawyer now? If you want to become an Advocate now, you still can be one. It is not late. You can pursue LLB even after your graduation. You will only have to study LLB for 3 years when you are a degree holder. Don’t you think that is a plus point for you?

To become a Lawyer, you need to do LLB. But before that, you need to appear for an entrance test. This examination is known as CLAT- Common Law Admission Test. All the candidates willing to become a Lawyer should pass this entrance test.

Now let us see who are eligible to become a Lawyer and how it can be done.

Any candidate who has passed his/her degree or waiting to appear for the final semester can also apply for CLAT Examination. 50% mark is necessary for all the candidates to attend CLAT. For SC/ST candidates, there will be a concession in the percentage. If you are eligible then you can apply for CLAT Examination whenever you need. Every year this entrance exam is conducted. You can always check their official website to know about the notifications they publish.

There are many Law Universities in India where you can study. But, your CLAT Score is very important. There are various sections in CLAT Exam. You need to pass the test with the cutoff marks they have declared. Only then you will be considered for allotment.  In 2016, the CLAT Examination will be held on May 8th. The students who would like to apply now can do it online until 31st March 2016.

Registration for CLAT

The registration process is very simple. The application form is available on the site and you can easily fill the form, upload a few documents and exam fee to complete the registration procedure.  You can either pay the fee online or remit it in any of the ICIC Bank with the challan given. So, do not waste your time. If you have strong desire to become a Lawyer, then apply now before the last date of application.


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