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Suhasini is a National Law University (NLU) alumnus. She is a gold medalist in Constitution Law and Jurisprudence. She is the winner of international essay competition on International Arbitration. She loves to travel, blogs and read books.

She takes classes on Legal Knowledge as part of LST's classroom program for CLAT and other law entrance exams. She conducts workshops and seminars for LAW aspirants and parents on LAW as a career.

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Why Choose LAW?

The ambition to enter the legal profession is usually drawn from inspiration. Most law aspirants tend to find their stimulus coming either from personal heroes (usually family members), fictional ones (Perry Mason, Alan Shore) or because they feel really drawn by the idea that one person can truly make a difference.

From Mahatma Gandhi to Barack Obama, the list of luminaries who have used this profession as a stepping stone to greatness runs long and wide. Gone are the days when black robes and courtrooms where the bread and butter of lawyers. From swanky corporate offices to jobs in movies and the media, lawyers have moved many moons away from the conventional and now live very much in the real world.

So, the profession looks attractive enough, but what kind of person would make a great lawyer. Good communication skills are a given - both oral and written. A lawyer must also be fond of reading because you will need to do a fair bit of research to be effective at your job. However, the most important skill that you need to have is logical reasoning. You need to be able to be able to look at matters objectively and come to your own conclusions. If you are smart, presentable and not scared to voice your opinion, law is definitely a career you should consider!

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