Into Legal World Institute is devoted to research and innovation in law and nurture an environment for students to pursue their dreams. Here at ‘Into Legal World Institute’ we are passionate about grooming students who will not only be thorough professionals but also good human beings.
Into Legal World is an educational startup in the field of Legal Education and Awareness recognised by International Organisation for Standardization, DIPP (Govt. of India), AEC (AUUP) and UPIT (Govt. of Uttar Pradesh).
About the Course
Criminal litigation refers to the process of trying a criminal defendant in the court of law. Criminal litigation is one of the top practised areas in the field of litigation. Criminal litigators come in two varieties: criminal prosecutors, who present the government’s case
against the defendant, and criminal defence lawyer, who represent the interests of the defendant. Criminal Litigators holds a huge
responsibility on their shoulders as the case directly affects life of person involved and also the society at large.
Into Legal World Institute has developed an Advance Certificate Course on Practice and Procedure in Criminal Litigation to help
the aspiring litigators to be best in the field of Criminal Litigation. Criminal lawyers benefit from strong legal writing and research skills
as well as outstanding oral advocacy skills and our certification course aims to provide you with the same.
The certification course on criminal litigation focuses on practice and procedure in criminal cases with an aim to deliver strategies to develop strong points for the case, prove it, counter and defend the client at its best.
Idea Behind the Course
Duration of the Course
Use code LAWCTOPUS20 to get discount of 20%.
Key Features of the Course
Students will get a Certificate and Letter Head Report Card. Assured Job Opportunity with top Firms like Seths & Associates and Sui Juris Law Firm(Supreme Court), based on performance.
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