Advocate Haresh A. Raichura, Supreme Court of India: 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. During this webinar session, he can describe his journey, struggles, low periods, high periods and how some of his judgements (Bipinchandra Shantilal
Panchal versus State of Gujarat) changed the way evidence was recorded in criminal trials, how they unclogged criminal trials, and how his some other judgements helped thousands of farmers.
Then he can say about work culture in the Supreme Court and can reason why it is far far better to focus on practising at High
Court and Trial Court.
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