Law after enginering


mounika

Hi ican u please tell me how to do PG directly in law after completing engineering degree , pleae reply , i am also willing to do the same.

<blockquote>Hi ican u please tell me how to do PG directly in law after completing engineering degree , pleae reply , i am also willing to do the same.</blockquote>
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olivers

Hi.. Im Ananya from India. I am in my final year of engineering in the field of Information Technology and will pass out this May. I really want to do law after this. But also, I don't want to do another undergraduate course after this. Is there any way I can do a PG in law?


A PG in law without a JD will not let you: a) practice law; b) call yourself a lawyer; and c) will leave you unemployed in most cases. Besides all of these, the unofficial unemployment rate for lawyers in the US is upwards of 36%. It is 10% for engineers. The official figures are 11.2% and 6.3%.

You will line the pockets of some university with cash, which btw they will collect and use you as curve filler to give give you D's and reserve all the A's for their struggling JD's.

<blockquote>Hi.. Im Ananya from India. I am in my final year of engineering in the field of Information Technology and will pass out this May. I really want to do law after this. But also, I don't want to do another undergraduate course after this. Is there any way I can do a PG in law?</blockquote>

A PG in law without a JD will not let you: a) practice law; b) call yourself a lawyer; and c) will leave you unemployed in most cases. Besides all of these, the unofficial unemployment rate for lawyers in the US is upwards of 36%. It is 10% for engineers. The official figures are 11.2% and 6.3%.

You will line the pockets of some university with cash, which btw they will collect and use you as curve filler to give give you D's and reserve all the A's for their struggling JD's.
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tinaa

Hi,

I am interested in doing post graduation in Law. I completed Graduation in Engineering. I think after engineering , we can enroll for M.S.L (Masters of studies in Law) and not for L.L.M.

But I am not sure about it.

If anyone knows about it..please guide.

Also please let me know if distance learning is possible and it's admission process..

Hi,

I am interested in doing post graduation in Law. I completed Graduation in Engineering. I think after engineering , we can enroll for M.S.L (Masters of studies in Law) and not for L.L.M.

But I am not sure about it.

If anyone knows about it..please guide.

Also please let me know if distance learning is possible and it's admission process..
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