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Hello Friends, I am working as HR in a organisation and want to pursue LLB course. I want to know whether doing LLB will be a right option after HR? Will it help in any way in future ?
yes its a good option i have seen many opening now a days in which peoples ask for extra degree like LLb or MBl you may go ahead dear i am also planning to do the same
Instead of LL.B you can pursue course in Labour laws/ Industrial relations or any course related to Labour management, as it will help you in future. In LL.B the focus is more on civil & criminal laws and less on labour laws, which are not really usefull in HRD.

Hi Friends,
Thanks for your quick reply,
I want to clarify my question. I have done MLS i.e. Master of Labour studies not MBA after computer engineering.So will it be beneficial to do LLB?
Means if I do LLB then will I be cornered in future becuase I don't hold MBA.

Hi Amit,
I can see your predicament and hence would like to comment as under :
A. Before jumping at the conclusion set out your objective first and in that chain if the LL B is a requisite than there is no question of looking back.
B. From the discussion above what I could make out is that you want to know the value addition LL B corriculam carries with it.
C. You have not stated that doing LL B is for professional reasons or for academic persuit. (I would like you to consider this...... in so far academic persuit is considered you can persue further what is availaible persuant to Master of Labour Studies otherwise for professional reasons LL B could be a good choice).
D. Last but not least LL B without MBA is still a value addition factor as upto the point you will do LL B you will still be adding in your experience.
Wishing you all the best in your future endevours

Thanks Deepak,
But I want to combine the experience of Master of Labour studies engineering and LLB to do the value addition of unique kind.
In future I want to be a consultant for HR/IR/Legal/Corporate Lawyer field. So will it be possible by doing LLB? Can doing LLB help me to start my own practice in future?

Dear Amit, Positively without any doubt. Moreso for your specialization you may opt for Labour Laws stream. All the best.
No, LLB is something different for you,you should go for Diploma/degree in labour law or other factory act etc.... How can you do this course as it is regular classes required. Best Regards Sajid
Hi all,
I'm new HR exec, I have little knowledge about HR but are very enthusiastic and keen to build my career in HR field. FYI, I have a Degree cert from local Uni.
In the first place, I am thinking of taking MBA course, but after reading the posts in this forum, I realized that thr is a course on LLB and etc.
Can you advice on what suitable courses I can take or institute that I can register to pursue the course to help me in the HR career.

Dear Amit,
First you need to be very clear on why you want to do LLB ? Is it for practising after some time or for helping you out in the HR function as knowledge of Labour laws will definitely help - you can specialize in labour laws . If its for practising as lawyer you have to do a full time course where as for the first option you can do an evening or part time LLB.

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