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    To become legal advisor of a company do I need to have a law degree?

    I have completed my BA and have experience as an advisor in a small software company. I am planning to apply for the corporate organization for the same position. Do I need to have law degree to get that position in corporate world? Is my degree and experience enough for this position?

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    Re: To become legal advisor of a company do I need to have a law degree?

    For getting a job as a legal adviser of a company you have to definitely have a law degree with you. What ever Knowledge you

    have acquired will not help you. You have only completed BA and for getting a LLB degree after degree you have to study for

    more than 3 year. Since there are 100s of law graduates wandering here and there and without any job, I don't know how you

    are going to get a job as a legal adviser. Most of the people thing that LLB degree is easy to get and a job of a lawyer is very

    easy. But it is not true. You have to struggle in the beginning and then only you can learn an earn some thing.


    Even though you have an experience of a adviser it is not going to help you.

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