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    Buying and selling property is especially a lucrative option in India. Many, including NRI’s and PIO’s often choose to buy property in India as they know they will earn enough profits from their investments

    Buying and selling property is especially a lucrative option in India. Many, including NRI’s and PIO’s often choose to buy property in India as they know they will earn enough profits from their investments

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      One of the main concerns of NRIs is how to avoid double taxation. And this is definitely a legitimate concern because nobody wants to be taxed twice for their hard-earned income. One of the key areas that is a cause for concern for many NRIs is the tax im...

      One of the main concerns of NRIs is how to avoid double taxation. And this is definitely a legitimate concern because nobody wants to be taxed twice for their hard-earned income. One of the key areas that is a cause for concern for many NRIs is the tax implications for buying property in India.

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        Click on the link bellow to watch Advocate Sachin Daga in a ChetChat about a career in law, how to become a lawyer, how to have a career as a lawyer, the age limit to become a lawyer, corporate law and litigation, careers in bachelor of laws, hear some to...

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        Click on the link bellow to watch Advocate Sachin Daga in a ChetChat about a career in law, how to become a lawyer, how to have a career as a lawyer, the age limit to become a lawyer, corporate law and litigation, careers in bachelor of laws, hear some top tips for law and how to become a successful lawyer, he discusses the career options in law after 12th and more.



        Video Link --->https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFRkuO5ZXQ4



        1. Advice on how to become a lawyer after working in another field

        2. Specialisations
        a. Civil and
        b. Criminal Law were traditional specialisations
        c. Arbitration
        d. International Law
        e. Cyber Law – have evolved

        3. How you can build your own career

        4. Data – In India there are 1.5 M advocates, 400,000 to 500,000 students

        5. How to become a lawyer after graduation and after 12th

        6. Some new courses are there, opportunities are manifold, it is up to the person
        a. Arbitration Law
        b. Banking
        c. Cyber Law
        d. Intellectual Property Law
        e. Private Laws
        f. Public Laws
        g. Commercial Laws
        h. Mergers and Acquisitions
        i. Marine Law
        j. Space Law
        k. Environmental Law

        7. Corporate Law advantages and disadvantages
        a. Comfortable office environment
        b. Growth in the corporate legal sector – banking law, international law, competent law, arbitration
        c. Predictable salary
        d. Defined Job role
        e. Office timings also predictable

        8. Litigation pays well in the long term

        9. Four categories
        a. Litigation –
        i. Arguing in court
        ii. Drafting and procedural law
        b. Government Jobs
        i. Indian Legal Services
        ii. Law Secretary
        iii. Registrar, collector, notary public
        iv. Judges – judicial clerks
        c. Academics
        i. Pursue a post-graduation and PhD
        d. Corporate Jobs

        10. Common Skills that a lawyer must possess
        a. Diligence and Responsibility
        b. Hard Work
        c. Reading
        d. Communication Skills
        e. Think Laterally and quickly
        f. Anticipation
        g. Lifelong learning – Fali S Nariman – Turning Point of Life,
        h. Chief Justice MC Chagla – Roses in December – success of a lawyer depends upon himself
        i. Good well rounded personality
        j. Good networking and contacts

        11. Law Courses
        a. 3 year LLB
        b. 5 year integrated Programs

        12. Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) – Law Entrance Examination
        a. English
        b. General Knowledge
        c. Math
        d. Legal Aptitude
        e. Logical Reasoning

        13. Prepare by
        a. Classroom teaching
        b. Online courses
        c. Self Study
        d. Crash courses

        14. Study Law abroad
        a. LSAT – Law School Admission Test

        15. Study in the US / UK and come back to India
        a. Enroll yourself in the bar council of India
        b. Apply for Sanad
        c. All India Bar Examination

        16. How to become a successful lawyer by studying abroad also

        17. Sanad
        a. License to Practice
        b. Enroll with the state bar council
        c. Appear for the All India Bar Council examination

        18. Age Limit to become a Lawyer
        a. 30 years for LLB (35 it is backward class)
        b. 20 years for integrated 5 year program (25 for backward class)

        19. Recommended Books
        a. Anonymous Lawyer by Jeremy Blachman
        b. Making your case by Antonin Scalia
        c. How to argue and win every time by Gerry Spence

        20. Recommended TV Shows
        a. Boston Legal
        b. Suits
        c. Better call saul
        d. How to get away with murder

        21. Top career Tips for law – running your own practice
        a. Lawyers are their own brand – build trust with clients
        b. Choose your clients wisely
        c. Set clear goals
        d. Value your time
        e. Proactive communication with clients

        Please see our first video --->https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCLqDMdsEJk

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