Advocates & Lawyers

Legal Practice A Return to the Fundamentals

Legal Practice: A Return to the Fundamentals

What is the Definition of Legal Practice? It is providing professional, zealous, lawful, and ethical service to clients. Lawyers enter into this covenant not only with their clients but also with society, as the ultimate defenders of the rule of law. The practice consists of three primary components: legal skill, judgment, and persuasion. Whether they […]

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Legal Profession- New Age Dynamics

Legal Profession: New Age Dynamics

The distinction between practicing law and providing legal profession —the business of law—is significant for a diverse group of current and prospective legal industry stakeholders. This category comprises persons considering a legal career (but not necessarily licensure); law students; the legal Academy; associated professional programmes (e.g., business, engineering, and computer science); working lawyers; legal providers;

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The Role of the Lawyers or Advocates Under the Constitutional Norms

The Role of the Lawyers or Advocates Under the Constitutional Norms

The lawyers/advocates have immensely contributed to shaping the framework of Indian society for more than the past 200 years. Apart from the legal profession, the lawyers have contributed to the freedom struggle, drafting the constitution of India, legislative members, teachers, social reformers, bureaucrats etc. In England, the right to be represented by counsel has been

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Designation of Legal Professionals

Designation of Legal Professionals in India & England

Lawyers and Advocates are the terms interchangeably used for legal professionals in India. There is no impediment to using these terms interchangeably in common usage. Lawyers in India: In dictionary terms, a person who practices or studies law. In India, lawyers are basically graduates who have qualified in law school and have not enrolled with

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