A strong market demand leads to a shortage of quality legal professionals and then into efforts that slowly meet this demand. India is a good case in point. Legal education in India has been governed by the Bar Council of India. In the pre-liberalization era the law schools were unorganized and there was no systematic check on the quality of legal education that was imparted. In the year 1987 National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore was set up. It was the first law school that adopted the innovative 5 year integrated law course which was highly focused and industry driven. It also started the trend of an entrance exam as a measurable criterion to give the most meritorious the opportunity to study law. As a consequence, only the best could make it to this new format law school and by the end of the course, students had multiple offers and fat salaries. Give the success of this format (which was obvious; given the great demand of an evolving economy) many similar law schools were set up to cater to the need and it changed the face of legal education in the country. Law as a career option compares well with other lucrative career options like Management, Medicine and Engineering and even excels them; depending upon an individuals capabilities. A law student has three primary options to choose from amongst many: a. Joining a Law Firm b. Become a Litigating Lawyer c. Join any Organization as an in-house lawyer.
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