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The Basic Criteria To Be A Successful Lawyer

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The Basic Criteria To Be A Successful Lawyer

Sean Stout
Sean Stout June 18, 2018
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The competition after the senior secondary education in India is extremely fierce. If you don’t decide and prepare ahead, you will most likely to miss out on your favorite course or institutes. It’s particularly important for anyone with a desire to work in the legal profession. I have always intrigued by the working of the various law jobs. I prepared hard to get a seat in the Jindal Global Law School, it’s among the best law colleges in India.

Eligibility Criteria  

Getting the admission in this reputed institute is not an easy affair. My only aim was to get admission in the prestigious BA LLB course. It’s a five-year integrated degree program. The only way of getting the ability to pursue the aforementioned course is by clearing the tough LSAT (Law School Admission Test). The LSAT will test the students in the following topics.

  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Reading Comprehension

The exam is conducted in the English language only. Therefore, you need to have a good grasp on the English language. If you struggle in the English language, I would advise you to improve you in this as it will play a huge role in your success in the LSAT as well as in your future.

The Basic Skills Required For a Successful Career in Law

One thing that I have learned in my three and half year of BA LLB course is that we need to develop the ability to read, understand and analyze any text or situation. The reading part will remain forever with us. It’s the fundamental skill that will make our law career successful.      

The reading skills should be well complemented by thinking logically and speaking fluently with confidence. We are taught in the best law course in India to back our words by the logical reasoning of the given texts or the situations. Most of the people think that to be a good law professional, you need to be a natural speaker. However, it’s not hundred percent true. I have learned enough to say that we need to speak intelligently to be a good lawyer.

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