Career Options after LLB through LSAT India

Samiksha Rautela
Samiksha RautelaPublished On: October 28, 2020 | LSAT-India

What are the career options after LLB through LSAT India? Which employment areas can you explore after LLB through LSAT India? This article brings you all the answers.

Career Options after LLB through LSAT India

LSAT India is a national level entrance exam that provides admission to Law courses in popular colleges which in turn opens up doors for plenty of job opportunities. More often than not, it is believed that after LLB through LSAT India, candidates can only walk through the traditional path of being a Lawyer, however, it is not true. 

There is a broad range of career options after LLB through LSAT India that can be explored by an individual. Sectors such as NGOs, corporate houses, entertainment industry, corporate offices, media firms,  think tanks, and also international organizations like the UN provide job opportunities to a law aspirant. Read on to find out the career options and job prospects one can consider after LLB through LSAT India.

List of Career Options After LLB through LSAT India

Provided below is a glimpse of traditional and non-traditional career options available after LLB through LSAT India. Go through the list to understand the possible career opportunities available.

Litigation: An individual can be a legal practitioner or Litigation Lawyer after studying LLB through LSAT India. They represent clients in courts and may take up cases of commercial litigation, intellectual property or patent law, medical malpractice, arbitrations and mediations etc. In the early stages, the salary may range from ₹ 1,80,000 to ₹ 5,94,000 per annum depending on the aptitude and ability of an individual.

Judicial Clerkship: While pursuing a Judicial Clerkship, a person works in a court of law. Through the Judicial Clerkship, an individual gets to function under a Judge and provides counsel and direct assistance to a judge. They take part in the writing researching opinions and making legal determinations. An aspirant working in a Court might earn anywhere between ₹1,88,000 to ₹5,11,000 per annum.

Judiciary and Civil Service:There is an abundance of opportunities in Judiciary and Civil Service. Candidates must sit for state-level and national-level civil services exams in order to qualify them. Civil services such as IAS, IFS and IPS etc. are provided after clearing the exam conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). Judiciary and Civil Service comprises the best salary packages and also grants power, respect and position to the aspirant.

Check the detailed Career Scope in Civil Services for Law Graduates here.

Media and Publication:Certain lawyers switch career profiles or take up jobs in Media and Publication in order to impart legal knowledge to the masses. An individual gets to talk and discuss the judicial set-up, understanding of the constitution, a broad comprehension of the legal framework etc through electronic or print media. The salary extracted in the Media and Publication varies depending on the organization and the type of work. 

Social Work: People who have an inclination towards social work and also have a legal background can associate themselves either with an NGO or can work individually. Plenty of organisations such as the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, National Human Rights Commission etc. hire legal helpers or lawyers to represent the causes. The salary in this field is not high however, emotional satisfaction is at its peak which makes the monetary angle complementary.

Academics and Research: This section has a lot to offer to an individual. Teaching in a law school or institute requires a person to possess a NET qualification after a Master’s degree. Few non-permanent posts provide relaxed norms on the eligibility criteria. The salary depends on the state or central-pay scale which changes from time to time. Few aspirants also go for M.Phil or PhD in specialisations such as Jurisprudence, International Law, Civil Law, Legal Studies, Cyber Law, Administrative Law Studies etc. Fellowships and Scholarships are often provided to deserving candidates as a sponsorship for the research courses.

Work for Intergovernmental organizations and UN type organizations: Through the legal qualifications, an individual can explore a whole range of possibilities in the international justice arena. People can work on the development side, human rights, refugee areas, international justice, legal affairs, humanitarian law to name a few. The United Nations has multiple lawyers working in diverse fields and as a criminal tribunal for international courts. The salary is again not fixed. It differs from designation to designation and organization to organization.

If you are still confused and are unable to identify the right career option after LLB through LSAT India, just take the Career Profiling Test of CollegeDekho. It would assess your aptitude, personality and interest and pick out the appropriate career profile for you!

You can also read out the Alternative Career Options for Lawyers / Law Graduates to explore more options.

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Check out some of the top-notch colleges that accept the LSAT India score below

College Name

Location

O.P. Jindal Global University - JGU

Sonepat, Haryana

MIT World Peace University (MIT-WPU)

Pune, Maharashtra

IFIM Group of Institutions (IFIM)

Bangalore, Karnataka

Jagran Lakecity University (JLU)

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies - NMIMS

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Indore Institute Of Law (IIL)

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

UPES

Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Manav Rachna University - (MRU)

Faridabad, Haryana

Asian Law College (ALC)

Noida, Uttar Pradesh

JIS University

Kolkata, West Bengal

Also Read:Important Topics for LSAT-India Preparation

The names of colleges that accept the LSAT India scores are provided above. You can go through the entire list of colleges here. To take any admission related help, do reach out to our admission experts who are willing to assist you throughout the process. In order to get in touch with them, either dial the toll-free number 1800-572-9877 or fill-up the Common Application Form.

LSAT India is a national level exam that grants zillions of career opportunities in law. To have a secure future and an established career in the legal sphere, you are required to prepare well and crack the LSAT India exam. For any unresolved queries, write to us on the QnA zone.

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FAQs

Do law graduates get jobs in RBI after completing an LLB through LSAT India?

Yes, law graduates are offered jobs in RBI after completion of LLB through LSAT India. In order to do so, you are required to qualify the RBI Grade B examination which is conducted in two parts- written and interview. After clearing it, an individual gets to work as a Legal Officer.

Can an individual become a Bank Manager after LLB through LSAT India?

Yes, an aspirant can become a Bank Manager after LLB through LSAT India. Exams such as IBPS PO, SBI PO etc. must be cleared in order to secure a position of a successful Bank Manager.

If I want to go for a Government Job which exams should I prepare for after LLB through LSAT India?

If you are interested in pursuing a Government Job, you can prepare for a few of the highly popular exams in India such as Judicial Services Examination, UPSC Civil Services Examination, State Public Services Examination, SBI PO, SSC CGL and many more.

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