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About the Webinar
Law Audience is organising a webinar on 23rd August from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
Theme: Mistakes to be Avoided when You are Practicing as an Advocate?
The following sub-topics may be discussed during the webinar session namely:
When you hurt one judge, you hurt all the judges of that court.
When you try to mislead one judge, all other judges of that court will also learn about your attempt to mislead that judge.
When you take a case of a near relative, you will lose objectivity while arguing and you will also lose respects of the judges.
If the judge shouts at you during an argument, he is actually shouting at your clients and is trying to send a message to your clients. So do not shout back at the Judge.
Be very careful while arguing against very famous senior advocates who may have clout over the system and who may be in good books of judges.
Do not aim to become a top lawyer in a short time. Do not try shortcut of filing PILs to get fame. Fame is not a real thing.
Beware when opposite counsel suddenly starts behaving as if he may have been your old friend. He may be in the process of destroying your reputation and integrity.
Do not take a brief of a client who is too big for you. You may not be able to handle him if you lose his case.
Avoid clients who want to bribe the judges through you. At such time think about long term damages your reputation may suffer.
Keep a safe distance from all your clients, whether civil or criminal.
Note: The speaker may discuss other sub-topics also learned from his experiences.
It shall be an online event.
It is open for Students, Lawyers, Research Scholars, Teachers, Judges, Professionals and Academicians or for anyone who is interested in the topic of the Webinar.
Advocate Haresh A. Raichura, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi:
In 1982, while practicing in District Court Junagadh, he was standing before a cupboard in the library and he was reading a Justice P N Bhagwati Judgement. Just then an idea came. If he works hard in district court, his work can benefit only one or two persons. But if he works hard in the Supreme Court, it can benefit thousands of litigants.
This is how a dream began. In 1990, after 8 years, he was practising in Supreme Court.
Note: Assistant Professor Ayushi Negi will be dealing with the theoretical aspects of writs and Adv. Yashaswi SK Chocksey will be dealing with practical aspects of writs.
The registration link will be closed at 09:30 AM on 23rd of August 2020 or earlier (if they receive the maximum participants allowed limit for the zoom meeting. In that case you can fill up the YouTube Registration Form).
There is no registration fee. There are no registration charges. Anyone can join the webinar free of cost.
The E-certificate Fees is Rs 100/-.
If you want to claim an e-certificate of participation then you have to pay nominal charges, i.e., 100 Rupees only. You have to upload a screen-shot of payment while filling up the registration form. E-certificate of participation will be emailed within 48 hours after the end of the Webinar Session.
Note: E-certificate fee is not refundable at any cost unless the event is cancelled by the organizer. E-certificate will be given only if you join the session and mark your attendance as per the norms of attendance mentioned in this notification. If you pay the e-certificate fee but do not mark your attendance or do not join the webinar session even in that case fee is not refundable and no e-certificate will be given.
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Bank Account Details
Account Holder Name: Mr. Varun Kumar
Bank Name: State Bank of India (SBI)
Account No: 35216614509
IFSC Code: SBIN0002343
Contact Person Name: Mr. Varun Kumar, Founder-Chief Executive Officer, Law Audience.
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