Welcome to Law Bridge Academy
The Introduction to Law course from Career Bridge Academy is the perfect programme for any student considering a career in Law. During one year of interactive study and discussion, students on the course will be introduced to a variety of different fields within the discipline. Students will be given an early insight into life as a Law student at academy. The overall aim of this academy is to provide aspirants with an initial advantage as they start their journey towards becoming a Judge/ Public Prosecutor/ IAS/ Lawyer.
Students will be introduced to multiple legal disciplines including jurisprudence, constitutional law, criminal law, civil law and other areas besides. They will also explore the skills and tasks most required of multiple legal professions, in order to assess whether they themselves would be suited to such a career in the future.
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At Career Bridge Academy we are committed to providing our students with the most qualified and high-calibre teaching faculty available. Faculty are passionate about their subjects, and are looking forward to passing their knowledge on to their students.
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Become a judge-it has become a new craze for young law students where they are flag bearer of justice, which is itself a great service to nation and humanity and anybody can take pride in performing this kind of sovereign function. Career bridge- has an auniqe teaching technique developed by highly experienced and dedicated team of experts. This methodology has been developed through extensive interaction with renowned and reverent faculty members who have given their valuable input. THE UNDER-GRADUATE PROGRAME OFFERED BY THE NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITIES (1) B.A.LL.B (2) B.Sc. LLB (3) B.B.A.LL.B (4) B.S.W.LL.B (5) B.Com .LL.B Eligibility:- To be eligible to appear in CLAT examination, a candidate should have obtained a senior secondary school or its equivalent certificate from a recognized board with not less than 45% marks in aggregate (40% in case of SC/ST candidate).Candidate who are appearing or have appeared in the 10+2 examination are also eligible to appear in the test. And should be below 20 years of age as on 1st July 2014 (22 years in case of SC/ST candidate) *Pattern of the CLAT paper for admission to the undergraduate programme:- Total marks:- 200 Number of multiple-choice question of one marks each: - 200 Duration of examination:-2 hours Note: There shall be a system of negative marking wherein 0.25 marks will be deducted for each of the wrong answer. *Subject areas with weightage:- Legal Aptitude 50 Marks Logical Reasoning 40 Marks English including comprehension 40 Marks General knowledge and current affairs 50 Marks Elementary mathematics 50 Marks (1) English including comprehension: - The English section will test the candidates proficiency in English based on comprehension passages and grammar. In the comprehension section, candidate will be assessed on their understanding of the passage given, its central theme and meaning of the words therein, etc. The grammar section will focus on correction of incorrect grammatical sentences, filling in the blanks in the given sentences with appropriate words, etc. (2) General knowledge and current affairs:-As far as general knowledge is concerned, the candidates will be assessed on their general awareness including static general knowledge. Question on current affairs will test candidates’ knowledge on current affairs. (3) Mathematics: - This section will test candidate’s knowledge on elementary mathematics, I.e. mathematics taught up to class X. (4)Legal aptitude:- This section will test student interest towards study of law, research aptitude and problem solving ability. Question asked may comprise of legal proposition/principle and a set of facts which they said proposition/principle has to be applied to arrive at a most reasonable conclusion. Such proposition may or may not be true in the real sense; yet the candidate will have to assume that the given propositions are true and answer the question accordingly (5)Logical Reasoning:- The purpose of the logical reasoning section is to test the candidate’s ability to identify patterns, logical links and rectify illogical arguments. It will include a wide variety of logical reasoning question such as syllogisms, logical sequences, analogies, etc. The common law admission test (CLAT) is an all India entrance examination conducted on rotation by14 National law Universities (NLUs) for admissions to their under –graduate degree programmes. The 14 NLUs are: 1 NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL OF INDIA UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE(NLSIU) 2 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF LEGAL STUDY & RESEARCH(NALSAR) UNIVERSITY OF LAW, HYDERABAD 3 NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY, BHOPOL 4 THE WEST BENGAL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF JUDICIAL SCIENCES, KOLKATA. 5 NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, JODHPUR. 6 HIDAYATULLAH NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY,RAIPUR 7 GUJARAT NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY,GHANDHINAGAR 8 Dr. RAM MANOHAR LOHIYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY,LUCKNOW 9 RAJIV GANDHI NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LAW ,PUNJAB. 10 CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY PATNA 11 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF ADVANCED LEGAL STUDDIES, KOCHI 12 NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, ODISHA. 13 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF STUDY & RESEARCH IN LAW, RANCHI 14 NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY & JUDICIAL ACADEMY,ASSAM. 15 NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, TAMIL NADU. Career in LAW You could study corporate law, mediation and negation, intellectual property law, environmental law, women’s law, human rights law and labour law, just to name a few alternatives. you could study further, do our LL.m and PhD. in international law, and work with the united Nation, and you could become a teacher in various Universities in India. you could start practice in courts after graduate. Legal work: You can opt to work in law firm, or in the legal department of multinational organization, firm or companies, government department, PSUs etc. and your salaries can be very high. Our Courses to prepare CLAT. 8 months of intensive classroom training. 5000+ pages comprehensive training material 300+ practice test and 50+ rehearsal test. Practice session for speed building and accuracy. Paper attempting strategy. Home Assignments. Student performance Analysis for every student. Overview CLAT entrance examination is conducted for admission to 18 of the coveted National Law Schools. The following national law universities (NLUs) consider CLAT scores for admissions to their undergraduate program: NLSIU - Bangalore NALSAR - Hyderabad NLIU - Bhopal WBNUJS - Kolkata NLU - Jodhpur HNLU - Raipur GNLU - Gandhinagar RMLNLU - Lucknow RGNUL - Patiala CNLU - Patna NUALS - Kochi NLUO - Cuttack NUSRL - Ranchi NLUJAA - Guwahati DSNLU - Visakhapatnam TNNLS -Tiruchirappalli MNLU - Mumbai MNLU- Nagpur 1. Course Duration 12 Months 2. Class Duration 2 Hours 3. Days (Weekly) 5 Days Weekly (Monday to Friday) 4. Test Saturday 5. Demo Classes 3 Free Demo Classes 6. Batch Size 25 1. Course Duration 3 Months ( Feb, Mar, Apr) 2. Class Duration 2 Hours 3. Days (Weekly) 5 Days Weekly (Monday to Friday) 4. Test Saturday 5. Demo Classes 3 Free Demo Classes 6. Batch Size 25 Eligibilty Candidates shall be below Twenty (20) Years of age as on 1st July 2017 in case of all Unreserved/NRIs/NRI Sponsored categories candidates. Candidates shall be below Twenty Two (22) years of age as on 1st July 2017 in case of SC/ST/ OBC/Specially Abled Persons (SAP) category candidates. As regards minimum percentage of marks in qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2), the candidates must have secured: Forty five percent (45%) marks in case of candidates belonging to Unreserved /OBC /Specially Abled Persons (SAP) and other categories, and Forty Percent (40%) marks in case of candidates belonging to SC/ST categories. Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying examination in March/April 2017 are also eligible for appearing in the CLAT-2017 online examination. However, they shall be required to produce an evidence of their passing the qualifying examination at the time of admission, failing which they shall lose their right to be considered for admission. The result of qualifying examination (i.e., 10+2) shall be submitted by the candidate at the time of admission failing which the candidate shall be ineligible for admission to the Course. In case of equal marks, the breaking of tie shall be by the following procedure and order as under: (i) Higher marks in the section of legal aptitude in CLAT-2017 exam. (ii)Higher age. (iii) Computerised draw of lots2018-01-15T17:49:50
Advantages of Law Optional Law is a very basic thing. Everybody (and especially if you are preparing for UPSC) has some understanding of the fundamentals of law, like what is right, what is wrong, etc. · UPSC doesn’t expect you to be experts in law. You don’t need to be a law graduate to opt for the law optional in the IAS mains. · It is a scoring subject. · It is interesting and you can learn a lot about the law by reading newspapers and following cases in the news. · The two papers are application-based and so you don’t have to do a lot of mugging up. · There is a lot of overlap with the General Studies paper, especially in polity and constitution. · Topics like governance issues, RTI, citizen-official interface, exercise of discretion, relationship between organs of state, etc. have significance for the GS papers. · The UPSC syllabus for law optional is limited and can be covered in a relatively short time. · Many social and economic issues should be viewed from the legal angle as well and law students find this easy. So, studying law helps in general studies, essay paper, ethics paper and also in the IAS interview. · The questions are predictable and have been repeated too. · UPSC avoids tough portions of the law like taxation laws and FEMA. Overview Law is one of the optional subjects that the UPSC offers its candidates in the IAS mains exam. It is sometimes seen as an unpopular optional but this is far from true. Many candidates take up this optional and it also has a very high success rate. It is perhaps because of this that even non-law graduates now opt for the law optional in the mains exam. “No man is above the law and no man is below it; nor do we ask any man’s permission when we require him to obey it.” – Theodore Roosevelt First of all, let us look at some interesting statistics about the law optional. According to information released by the UPSC, in 2013 civil services mains exam, 144 candidates chose to take the law as their optional subject and out of them, 35 people were recommended for the UPSC interview. This gives a success rate of 24.3% which is higher than all other optional subjects. 1. Course Duration 09 Months 2. Class Duration 2:30 Hours 3. Days (Weekly) 5 Days Weekly (Monday to Friday) 4. Test Saturday 5. Demo Classes 3 Free Demo Classes 6. Batch Size 25 Who can take Law Optional? Some people might feel that law, much like medical science is a highly specialized subject and it should be taken only if you are a lawyer. However, this is not true. Off late, even non-law graduates have taken the law optional with flying colors in the IAS exam. For instance, Munish Sharma who secured an astounding AIR of 2 in the UPSC CSE 2013 is an MBA who had taken Law optional. Points To Remember for Law Optional • In Paper I, the important parts are Constitutional and Administrative Law. You may get up to three questions on this. You can expect a question on International Law. • In Paper II, it is recommended that you give examples of recent cases. • Don’t forget to give the legal point of view with legal terminology in each question. Cite relevant case examples. But, to differentiate your answers also give the philosophy behind every law.2018-01-11T05:03:13
U LLM 2017– The DU LLM Entrance Exam for admissions to the LLM (Master of Laws) Two Year programme is conducted by University of Delhi, New Delhi tentatively in June- July. Candidates interested in applying to the postgraduate law programme of two-year duration offered by Delhi University are required to apply for DU LLM. The DU LLM aspirants should have cleared a Three Year or Five Year LLB course or must be in the process of doing so when they apply for the Delhi University LLM Entrance Exam. Three law centers affiliated to the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi will offer a total of 54 approx seats in the LLM Two Year programme. 2018-01-10T11:08:59