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What is CLAT? How can I become a Lawyer?

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Entrance exams are conducted for admission to Law Schools. Knowledge of current affairs and an analytical bend of mind pave the way for a career as a lawyer

Ans. Many law entrance examinations open the window for students to get into this line of work. This includes the common law admission test (CLAT), the law school admission test (LSAT) and the Delhi university law test, to name a few. State boards and regional law schools also conduct their own entrance tests. While the CLAT and LSAT can be taken by students after class 12 and their scores are accepted by law schools offering a five-year undergraduate law programmes, the Delhi University exam is a three-year undergraduate law programme offered to graduates in any discipline.

Started in 2008, the CLAT exam is an all India entrance examination conducted by 11 National Law Universities for admissions to their undergraduate (LL.B) and postgraduate (LL.M.) degree programmes. There are only 1100 seats available in these Universities, out of which only 500 seats are for General category candidates. These law Universities include, The National Law School of India University (NLS), NALSAR University of Law and the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences.




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