"Indian Law Graduates Need to Look for Corporate
When a student completes Plus 2, he is
presented with the tough choice of choosing his next line of education
which could determine his career. Engineering or Medical courses
are well known. Commerce is perhaps the next option. Those who miss
these opportunities need to think of other alternatives.
"Law" as a profession is normally chosen by those who
are in the lawyer's families. Apart from the few who are committed to
the legal profession because they are born into legal professional's
families, other students do not have sufficient exposure to the
prospects of the profession and hence often ignore the opportunities.
One of the reasons why young and bright students
donot consider "legal Profession" as an option is that they consider
"Practice in a Court of Law" as the only career option after they become
lawyers. This option is attractive for those who are born into legal
professional families with established business. For others, setting up
a practice is a challenge often considered too tough to try.
With the BPO boom, we now see that BSc and BA
graduates with good communication skills being able to get good BPO jobs
immediately after their college and look for a career in the corporate
It has now become necessary for law students also to
start thinking that they have a career in the Corporate world as "Legal
Advisors" or "Compliance Officers".
Additionally, we find that there is a great demand
developing for Legal BPO professionals but we are unable to find
suitable candidates who can fulfill the requirements.
Considering the emerging need for "Corporate Career
for Law Students", Cyber Law College is setting up a "Corporate Career
Counselling Center For Law Students".
The center will try to develop Corporate Employment
Opportunities for Law Students by bringing together the Companies who
look for "Legal Compliance Officers" as well as "Legal BPO
Professionals" with the students having the desired skill sets. The
students will also be provided necessary soft skills training to make
them employable in the industry.
The Center would welcome Companies and Students to
register their requirements.
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