10 Trending Career Options for you, Being a Law Student

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Are you smart and not afraid to raise your voice when needed? Then pursuing a career in law is ideal for you. Mahatma Gandhi, Abraham Lincoln, Barack Obama are some of the inspirational names that you can find associated with this career. After completing your studies at a law school, many students become confused about their career options in the field of law. To ease you of this difficulty, mentioned below are some of the top career options in the field of law. 


Market analysis

There are many international law firms that are cropping up in the Indian law scenario. Now, LPOs have started recruiting young law graduates who deal with UK and US laws. Indian law education is very similar to that of the UK. So, we can an international focus, with students getting into Yale University, Australia National University, and so on. 

Criminal Lawyer or Civil Litigation Lawyer 

One of the most traditional careers that a person can opt for is to practice law in a court of law. It is extremely important that a passed out graduate learn the nuances of the trade under the guidance of a senior counsel. The newly passed out graduates need to qualify with a Bar Exam before they can join the law court. Litigation is one such field which enables one to get a job both in public and private enterprises. One can specialize in family, taxation, constitution, and so on. One can select to work on trial-level practice, criminal cases, civil litigation, or appellate work. 

Corporate Counsel

For pursuing this job, you need to have a degree in law. It has been found that employers want people who have done their degree in corporate law. This job will be appealing to those individuals who like corporate business, law, and negotiation. The corporate counsels have the job to advise the employers about their business and help in different legal matters. 


If you are interested in working in public service, a career in judicial services can be a good option. This enables one to remain connected with the law and also enables one to work for the betterment of society. There are two options when an individual becomes a part of the judiciary. The first is to start practice in litigation and then get raised to the bench. The second option is preparing for the competitive tests for appearing in Judicial Services.

Law in Media

This one is for those who are good with their communication skills. One can work as a journalist which is not only financially stable but also is relevant socially. Coupled with this, having a law degree will help one to report easily on law issues. 

Law firms

Working in a law firm can be a good way to earn a good salary and also increase the experience in the legal field. Many lawyers are now shifting to working in law firms rather than practicing solo. In a law firm, many lawyers work together as a single entity. They not only give advice to the clients but also represent them in the court trials.

Social work

If you want to work for the underprivileged and give them justice, then one can join NGOs after completing graduation from a law school. One can work with different NGOs, Civil Society Organizations on a variety of issues like caste discrimination, gender issues, protecting the environment, and so on. 

Civil Services

If you want to opt for an administrative job in the Government, then a career in civil services is the right option for you. There are a huge number of vacancies every year in civil services. The people who recruit the law graduates usually look for those individuals who can perform well under pressure, pay attention to minute details, and awareness about certain issues.

High education

One can enrich their knowledge by pursuing higher education in law. They can pursue courses like LL.M or LL.B. This will enable them to get good jobs in the teaching sector. They can even get jobs with MNCs as advisors and even work in corporate offices. 

Public sector enterprises

One can bag a good job in public sector enterprises like ONGC, SEBI, SAIL, and others after they appear in the CLAT (PG) All India Level Examination. If you want a job with high security and a good work environment, then PSU is the best place to work. 

Defense Services

If you ever wanted to be in the defense services but could not get in, then one can apply for the JAG (Judicial Advocate General) Examination after the completion of their graduation exam. This is a reputed job which gives an individual good salary. One can also appear for an exam known as AFCAT (Air Force Common Admission Test). This exam is conducted by the Indian Air Force for recruiting law graduates in the Air Force.

Top companies

  • AZB & Partners
  • Desai & Diwanji
  • Titus & Co   
  • Wadia Ghandy & Co
  • Vaish & Associates

To conclude, these are some of the top trending options that you can pursue after completing a degree in law.


Read also : What are the career opportunities after pursuing LLM?The Career in Law and its Rewards: Diversity and Prosperity


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