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Government jobs scope for freshers in High courts after LLB

These days, there is a lot of need for lawyers. There is a growing need for attorneys as a result of the shifting social and economic conditions and the government’s expanding regulatory role. In addition to being financially rewarding, a career in law is interesting and adventurous.

There are different career options after completion of degree LLB, in the sector of government jobs such as follows:

Public Prosecutor:

The lawyer is chosen by the government to represent the state in criminal cases. Exams are administered by state public service commissions in order to designate such prosecutors. You will have the chance to receive a fixed monthly wage with this position.

Judicial Clerkship:

A judicial clerkship is, as the name implies, a temporary opportunity to work for a judge in a court. Former judicial clerks have praised it as a fantastic method to transition from law school to a career in litigation. A judge must have direct assistance from a judicial clerk in his daily courtroom activities. One’s duties will include conducting research, writing, and assisting the judge to whom they are assigned with daily cases. This gives a law student or new graduate a good, hands-on understanding of how judges think. In essence, it’s a chance to examine the operation of the bench and bar in more detail.

Any Law Graduates can apply for this post as per the vacancy. The package of a Judicial Clerk is around Rs. 23,000 p.m. and the for selection the students have to qualify the Interview.

To apply and in order to qualify for the role of judicial clerk.

Be a graduate with a law degree (this can be a five-year or a three-year LLB degree) from a university or college that has been approved by the Indian Bar Councill. Candidates in their fifth year of law school may also submit an application (as long as they are able to furnish proof of acquiring their law degree by the time of the interview).possess a working knowledge of computers and be adept at utilising databases like SCC Online, Manupatra, WestLaw, LexisNexis, etc. for legal research.

be older than 18 but younger than 27 years old

Civil Judge:

As a judicial Magistrate I class, the Civil Judge (Jr. Div.) has the authority to hear criminal matters. He currently has the authority to hear criminal matters. Powers of Civil Judge (Junior Division) Kotdwara: The Kotdwara circle is under the jurisdiction of the Kotdwara Junior Division Civil Judge.

Judge Advocate General (JAG) Officer :

The Major who oversees the army’s legal and judicial branch is known as the JAG in the Indian Army. A JAG officer assists the officers of the court-presiding martial in comprehending and using military law.

To qualify as a JAG Officer one should be the following:

1. Indian

2.  55% aggregate marks in LLB.

3. Age limit between 21 to 27 years.

4. Should be registered under Bar Council of India or State Bar Council.

Court Master

The master of a High Court is a procedural Judge, who first deals with all the aspects of the case starting from the issue till it gets ready for the trail by a Judge.

To qualify as a court master one should qualify Skill Test & Oral Interview. The Master of the court should be a LLB graduate and the salary of it is 54,220- 1,33,630/- Per Month

Legal research assistants :

Legal research assistants aid attorneys with case preparation by performing pertinent research. By preserving and arranging case files, they also assist lawyers in getting ready for hearings, trials, and business meetings. They need to be tech knowledgeable, well-organized, and able to collaborate in a group. Depending on the area of law they practise, specific tasks could include acquiring evidence, setting up meetings, creating legal documents, and writing reports. In smaller organisations, legal assistants could be given extra responsibilities. The pay scale of the Legal research assistant is 22,500 Per month. One should be a LLB graduate and  for this post offline application to be fill and interview.

Contract Basis

Law assistants are renowned for being a lawyer or attorney’s helping hand. They write the first draught of the paperwork, update files, conduct research, and manage legal records. The role of a law assistant is to increase a lawyer’s effectiveness by developing case material, evidence, and settlement options. A law assistant keeps track of matters in order to assist the attorney in court.

A law assistant must be proficient with computers in addition to file management since they must maintain digital databases, create and distribute affidavits, and consult law libraries. 

A final year law student with a law degree (this can be a five-year or a three-year LLB degree) from a university or college that has been approved by the Indian Bar Council or any law graduates can apply for this post of law assistant as per the vacancy. This is a contract based job for 6 months and can be extended upto 2 years. Remuneration paid to the legal assistant is around Rs. 30,000 to 40,000 p.m.. 

Anamika Singh
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