To become a Legal Advisor, you need to follow these steps:
• Complete your 10th and 12th qualifications. You can choose any stream, such as science, commerce or arts
• Earn a degree in law. You can either enrol in an integrated law course after 12th, which takes five years to complete and gives you both a bachelor’s degree and an LL.B, or you can pursue an LL.B after graduating with a three or four-year bachelor’s degree from a recognised university, which takes three years to complete
Gain professional training. You should take courses in relevant subjects, such as communications, economics, psychology and government, and gain practical experience through clinical experiences, internships, student organisations and volunteering. You should also build relationships with your professors and legal.
• Become licensed. You need to pass the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) administered by the Bar Council of India to receive a Certificate of Practice (COP), which is mandatory to practise in a court of law.