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About Law

Law is one of the most commonly opted for law courses after 12th, and its duration is 3 years. If you want to take up the integrated course, then you can get admission to the 5-year integrated programme after the completion of 10+2 exams.

Law exam in different colleges

ExamMode of ExamTest PatternQuestions
ExamMode of ExamTest PatternQuestions
CLAT (NLUs)Pen and PaperQuantitative Aptitude13-17
Time - 2 hours English28-32
Logical Reasoning28-32
GK and Current Affair35-39
Legal Reasoning35-39
AILET(NLU Delhi)Pen and PaperElementary Mathematics10
Time - 1 hour 30 minutes English35
Reasoning35
GK35
Legal Aptitude35
SLAT (Symbiosis)Pen and PaperAnalytical Reasoning30
Time - 2 hours 30 minutes Reading Comprehension30
Logical Reasoning30
GK30
Legal Reasoning30
Followed by WAT and PI30
CUET (Chirst University)Pen and PaperEnglish30
Time - 2 hours GK25
Quantitative Aptitude25
Reasoning20
Data Analysis & Interpretation20
Followed by Micro Presentation Essay - PI
MH-CET (5 year law school in Maharashtra)Computer BasedLegal Aptitude and Legal Reasoning40
Time - 2 hours GK with Current Affair30
Logical and Analytical Reasoning40
English30
Basic Mathematics10
MSU - MS UniversityPen and PaperEnglish25
Time - 2 hours Legal Aptitude25
GK and Current Affair25
Mental Aptitude and Logical Reasoning25
LSATPen and PaperEnglish24 Approx
Time - 2 hours 20 minutes Analytical Reasoning24 Approx
Logical Reasoning - 124 Approx
Logical Reasoning - 224 Approx

Career in Law:

  • Litigation
  • Corporate Law
  • Social Work
  • Research and Academics
  • Judiciary
  • International Organization
  • Legal Process Outsourcing

Law as a career choice

01 Diverse Legal Career Options

The complexities of our legal system have created hundreds of legal career options that serve a variety of core and non-core legal functions. From lawyers, judges, and mediators to paralegals, secretaries, and consultants, the legal professional’s role is expanding and evolving to keep pace with the ever-changing legal system.


02 Growth and Opportunity

In the last several years, the legal profession has experienced staggering growth. A steady rise in profits and revenues expanded headcounts and significant salary increases have provided plenty of job opportunities in a broad range of legal positions.


03 Financial Rewards

The legal profession is one of the most lucrative industries in today’s job market. Double-digit growth in recent years has produced healthy revenues and rising salaries. Associates in the nation’s largest law firms start at $150,000 to $180,000 and partners earn average salaries in excess of $1.2 million. Many non-lawyers also reap significant financial rewards in the legal profession.


04 Client Service

At the heart of the legal professional’s role is client service. Whether you are a lawyer representing a multinational corporate client, a paralegal assisting abused women to obtain restraining orders or a law clerk researching a tax issue for a new business, the fundamental purpose of the legal professional is the help others resolve their legal problems.


05 Diverse Practice Areas

Increased segmentation and specialization in the legal profession has spawned a growing number of legal specialties and sub-specialties that cater to almost every legal interest. Legal professionals who seek a career in litigation can specialize in criminal law, employment law, family law, products liability or dozens of other practice areas. Legal professionals who prefer a career in corporate law can specialize in tax law, mergers, and acquisitions, real estate, finance or another corporate practice area that satisfies their interests.


06 Intellectual Challenges

Navigating an evolving legal system, advances in technology, vast bodies of case law and the demands of the legal profession creates a stimulating intellectual environment for the legal professional. Lawyers and nonlawyers alike must grapple with conceptually challenging issues, reason with logic and clarity, analyse the case and statutory law, research complex legal issues and master oral and written communications.


07 Prosperity

Historically, the legal profession has weathered economic downturns quite well and should do so in the future, in part due to the growing geographic and practice diversification of many law firms. In fact, some practice areas such as litigation, bankruptcy, and reorganization, residential real estate foreclosures and regulatory compliance will actually benefit from an economic slowdown. As a result, legal professionals should find plenty of job opportunities in any economic climate.


08 Prestige

In a culture that views high pay, impressive schooling and societal power as hallmarks of success, the legal profession has long been regarded as a noble and elite profession. This image is further boosted by the portrayal of legal careers in the media as exciting, glamorous, fast-paced and desired. As a result, the legal profession has held its allure and careers in the law remain is one of the most sought-after professions in today’s job market.


09 Global Perspective

More firms and corporations are crossing international borders and expanding across the globe through mergers, acquisitions, consolidation, and collaboration with foreign counsel. The globalization of the legal profession provides today’s legal professional with a world-view and the opportunity to serve international clients.


10 Dynamic Environment

The legal profession is continually changing and evolving, bringing new challenges and rewards. Legal professionals must be problem-solvers and innovators, willing to assume new responsibilities, tackle new challenges, master new technology and navigate an ever-evolving legal system. This dynamic legal landscape makes each day unique and fosters an enjoyable, fulfilling work experience.

Suggested material for CLAT and other Law Entrance Tests

  1. General Knowledge: Pearson’s Concise GK manual, a daily reading of a quality newspaper (Indian Express, Hindu), a good year book.
  2. English: Word Power Made Easy for vocabulary, Wren and Martin for grammar.
  3. Maths: RS Agarwal’s basic book on Mathematics should do.
  4. Legal Aptitude: Modules of a quality coaching institute.
  5. Logical Reasoning: RS Agarwal’s book on Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning
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