How to Become A Law Professor?

Jaipur, India
January 28, 2017 12:55am CST
How to Become A Law Professor? What are the Responsibilities of a Law Professor? Is it a Good Career Option?
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• New Delhi, India
28 Jan 17
Sorry cannot help it
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• Jaipur, India
28 Jan 17
:)
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• Jaipur, India
28 Jan 17
Well I have searched this too much.. & Finally got the answer here : I have to prepare for ugc net exam after completing my post Graduation.
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• New Delhi, India
28 Jan 17
@DivyaJ1 good..all the very best
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@LadyDuck (157737)
• Switzerland
28 Jan 17
Law studies are very long, here to be a Law Professor you MUST be a lawyer first, then practice and only after you can teach.
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• Jaipur, India
28 Jan 17
Thanks for the help & quick response..!!
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@LadyDuck (157737)
• Switzerland
28 Jan 17
@DivyaJ1 I hope you can make the job you like. Good luck.
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• Jaipur, India
30 Jan 17
@LadyDuck Thank you :)
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@dpk262006 (56170)
• Delhi, India
28 Jan 17
First of all you should have a degree of either LLB or better would be LLM. Having obtained the above degree, then only you could apply for the post.
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• Jaipur, India
31 Jan 17
Thank you :)
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@dpk262006 (56170)
• Delhi, India
31 Jan 17
@DivyaJ1 You are welcome. Do want to study law or have been studying law?
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@reskyyandi (3690)
• Indonesia
28 Jan 17
I didn't know anything about it
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• Jaipur, India
7 Feb 17
Hello, I have searched it too much & finally got my answer. I have to prepare for UGC NET Exam - Which will open great career opportunities for me & help me to become Lecturer.
CBSE UGC NET Exam is the first step that needs to be taken for realizing one’s dream of becoming a Lecturer or conduct research work for an esteemed organization.   The test is considered as one of the toughest exams in India as it identifies the most tale
@rina110383 (24134)
28 Jan 17
It depends on the laws of your country, specifically those that govern one's practice of his/her profession. Here in the Philippines, only lawyers can teach law. It's a rewarding career. It can even be an additional source of income especially for law practitioners who work during day time and teach law during night time and on weekends.
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• Jaipur, India
28 Jan 17
Thanks for the help & quick response..!!
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