Law, a noble profession: Hegde

 “Earlier, law was considered as a noble profession, but it lost its charm somewhere in last decade. We need more talented young students to consider law as a career”, urged Justice Santosh Hegde, President, Lokayukta, at  a symposium on ‘Law as a Career’ organised by Law School Tutorial (LST) on Sunday.

Encouraging students, Justice Santosh Hegde said, “Law as a career offers more opportunity today, than in past. Being a lawyer not only gives one a fruitful career, but also allows one to make a real difference  and help in building a better society.”

Addressing the gathering Vinitha, Partner, ABZ and Partner said, “Today lawyers are not restricted to the courtrooms but are an integral part of the corporate board rooms as well. Companies do not take any decisions without the lawyers’ consent. Lawyers aid companies to run the businesses without facing any complications.” 

 “Lawyers today have an equal chance as MBAs for well paying, high profile careers,” she added. Topics like various law schools in India, the different avenues in legal studies, admission processes for law schools and Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) and other queries were discussed at the symposium.

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