Hi , i am doing l.l.b from m.d.u,rohtak its my final year .i want to know what should i do after l.l.b ,pracice or l.l.m and from where?
Asked over 9 years ago in Hisar, Indiana
Categories: Personal Injury
New York lawyer
Before finishing your law studies you should already have obtained some experience as an intern either with a government agency or a private law firm. If you haven’t done so then do that right a way. You need to have exposure to different fields of practice to see which field of law most suits your personality. While obtaining an L.L.M. is advisable, you must first decide what exactly you plan to do with your education once you have completed it. Are you seeking to be a litigator or a transactional attorney? Do you prefer private practice or want to work in government? Do you want to represent individuals or large corporations? You will only find the answers to these questions by trying out different professional environments. You can get this type of experience by working while you study or completing your studies and then getting experience. However, one cautionary note. Once you enter the profession and dedicate yourself to working it is very hard to return to academic studies. So tread cautiously. Whatever you decide, act deliberately. Try working with a specific goal in mind, don’t just bounce from one thing to another. Be tortoise not a hare. Take aim at what you do.
what field(s) you wish practice and you can only make that decision after you have
Posted over 9 years ago
R. David Marquez, Esq
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the previous answer by attorney marquez was very appropriate and good advice. having been active in private practice since 1975, things appear to be more challenging for recent grads due to the explosion of educational debt. I often recommend seeking a position in some federal agency depending on your personality and available options.
Posted almost 9 years ago
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