Every industry operates as per specific law applicable to that industry, along with the general laws. Hence, there is no shortage of opportunities for legal professional. A career in law requires great communication skills, critical analysis, loads of patience and logical skills. There are multiple avenues for a law professional to work for. One can either opt the traditional career path of litigation. Or as an in-house legal counsel or as Manager – Legal in a company / corporate entity advising on legal matters, drafting and vetting contracts, enduring legal compliance and handling legal disputes. Or in a law firm as independent advisor or take up legal process outsourcing. Joining NGO is also an option if you are passionate about socio – legal issues.
Law graduates are hired by companies as legal managers, compliance officers, law officers, legal executive, litigation executive, legal advisor, corporate counsels etc. Indian railways hires LLB/BL graduates as Chief Law officer, Deputy Chief Law officer, Senior law officer, law officer etc. Municipal corporations, police departments, PSUs like NHAI, SAIL etc offers law officer and legal advisor jobs. Nationalized banks to private banks to co-operative banks offers legal jobs in banks. NBFCs also hires legal graduates to look after their compliance and legal matters. Law graduates can specialize in a niche like taxation laws, corporate law, banking law, real estate laws, inteational law, intellectual properties law, securities law, consumer laws, factory laws, environmental laws, IT laws etc and explore the job vacancy in that particular industry. Companies also hire law graduates for the post of arbitrators.
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