Originally Posted by Farrukh Aziz
Dear kindly tell me whether it is a substitute for "six months practice under the supervision of a lawyer" And dear I am not an LLB but B.A. I have made my mind to do law after the completion of b.a.Because it will help me in two directions ,i.e. CSS optionals and Backup protection.
Yes brother it is a substitute of pupillage. After LL.M you can directly get enrolled with a bar council or as an advocate of lower courts.
Well, to become a barrister, one has to go through 2 stages. 1st academic and completing which you become eligible for enrollment in one of 4 inns.
. Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC)
Entry requirements are a recognized UK degree in law or for foreign LL.B degree holder students a Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL).
. Pupillage or training stage
A person who intends to practise as a barrister is required to train as a pupil for a period of not less than twelve months.