Law as a profession is in vogue nowadays with the ever-changing social and economic circumstances and the ever-increasing regulatory role being undertaken by the government, leading to lawyers being in demand. They advise clients and provide solutions to legal issues at both private as well as on the public level. They interpret laws, rules and regulations and prepare legal documents, argue and debate at the courts and take decisions on legal matters. As a lawyer one is likely to apply abstract law theories to a diverse set of situations. India has twelve lakh plus lawyers, however, according to reports, only one-fifth of them are proficient enough to practice law. With the increase of premier law colleges in the country and the increasing demand from the industry; a career in law is an exceptionally profitable option for the youth. Today, a wide spectrum of specialization paths have emerged for lawyers such as International Taxation Law, Cyber Law, Environment Law, Sports Management Law, IPR, Aviation Law and Mergers & Acquisitions Law, etc. Students interested in making a career in law can either do 5 years’ course straight after 12 or a three-year law course after graduation in any discipline. After graduation one can further specialize by pursuing an LLM from an Indian or global university/college. People in the fieldwork at various corporate houses, law agencies, law firms, litigation, and administrative services amongst several other avenues. Leading law firms are the most sought after destination for Law Graduates. Some of the top law firms in the country are Amarchand Mangaldas, AZB & Partners, J Sagar Associates, Khaitan & Co, Luthra & Luthra. Popular fields include- Corporate Law, International Taxation, and Cyber Law.