The field that is concerned with upholding rules made to govern our societies. In India, there are more than 13 lakh lawyers and it is tough to secure a name for yourself without years of struggle. At the structure level, there is much room for innovation as over 3 crore cases are pending in courts.
A Look into the lesser popular branches of Indian Law : the history of wildlife protection law in India.
The video talks about how law schools, some of them are implementing a method where which the students are learning the necessary skills to become profession-ready and start doing the job right from day one
The video looks at the failings and strengths of Indian judicial system that is regarded as one of the best system. It looks at the endemic corruption in the legal system; and whether it is a farce or not and how it is affecting the system.
The video talks about how the mushrooming of law schools has resulted in a reduction in the quality of the legal education provided. It also assesses the harm these mediocre law colleges provide and how this has resulted.
This article talks about how moral principles of Tort Law can be applied to the crisis in Israel and Palestine. This is a classic example of inter-disciplinary case study where Legal Principles are being used to solve a moral political crisis.
India has some influential and powerful lawyers, who can hold the whole court in awe with their strong arguments and great confidence. This article introduces you to the Top 10 Lawyers in India and their success stories.
The article is an interview with the Dean of one of the most efficient and famous law school. In the article, he talks about the future plans for legal education, the present challenges and how he plans to tackle them.
Reminiscing about her first case, Pavani Reddy ( London based Lawyer) talks about her first case. She is the Managing Partner, Zaiwalla & Co Solicitors, a London-based law firm that specializes in international commercial arbitration and litigation. She talks about the challenges she faced pursuing law in London and also offers advice to aspiring lawyers.
After attaining several legal degrees from prestigious institutions such as GLC (Mumbai), Yale Law School and The University of Oxford, Jasdeep Randhawa went on to be consulted by Govt. of India, The World Bank, The Gates Foundation and a number of other organizations for her unmatched legal skills and understanding.
This article dissects (to the T) one of the most challenging tasks in legal education in India which is to strike a proper balance to ensure that students are taught a fair mix of courses that give them knowledge and training in Indian law, but at the same time prepare them for facing the challenges of globalization.
The answer Doug Dingus made most sense to me because its precise and really hits the nail on its head. He has given the three very basic yet important benefits that one can derive after the study of law.Read more
The answer by Tejasvika Apte is the most apt for the question “what is it like to be a lawyer in India” because it’s a personal account. It makes you realize that after passing out of law school is when the real struggle begins as you have to apply all that you have learned in the past 3/5 years. also, when you’re starting out, life isn't as glamorous as it may seem in movies. But despite these obstacles (which, let’s be honest, can apply to any profession), the love for law will keep you going.Read more
This is the same link as above, but the answer by Suresh Kumar actually focuses on what it’s like to be an independent lawyer in India, thus an answer for a specific sub-fieldRead more
The much asked question of how much lawyers earn. While the answer may vary from state to state, but Ankita Das has provided a decent enough picture of the scenario.Read more
This may fall on the slightly negative end of the spectrum, but it’s an important question to which Catherine Beale has provided the best answer because not only has she summed up some of the most common issues faced by lawyers, but also spoken about why, despite these issues, people still continue to pursue Law as a career.Read more