Tanuj Kalia’s much renowned book ‘Law as a Career’ is a one of a kind book that essentially gives you a clear picture and an insight into your future life if you choose to be a lawyer. It effectively answers the most prominent questions in the mind of upcoming lawyers, whether law is the correct choice of career for them and busts the most common myths about becoming a lawyer. The book further gives an insight and tips about preparation for the most sought after law entrance examinations in India such as CLAT, AILET, SET etc. It also has a dedicated section for informing the readers about their options regarding a LLM degree abroad. The author has worked sincerely in helping any and every law student understand about the crucial aspects of their law degree. It gives detailed analysis on the steps involved in looking for and securing the best internships to propel their CVs forward and hence form an establishment for landing the best PPOs and ace job interviews.
’Law as a Career’ also has in-depth analysis concerning the most prominent career options after your law degree, helping the aspirants understand the system from the inside. It also features interviews from 45 successful professionals which accentuates the confidence of the readers. The book is divided into four sections, the last of which deals with guides from NGOs, Law firms, Companies, etc. and becomes a beacon of light for all law aspirants. The book in simple language helps the readers tackle the five years of their law school in fulfilling ways helping them overcome the confusions they might have regarding the various aspects of their choice of career.
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About the author
Tanuj Kalia is a widely renowned as a pioneering force in the world of every student who has an interest in taking up Law as a career. The book is effectively detailed and thoroughly researched and well written which adds to its numerous merits. The first edition of the book was published in May 2015 by LexisNexis and is also available in paperback.