Lawctopus Law School’s Free & Open Webinar on How to Draft a Legal Notice [Mar 16, Wednesday, 5:30-7 PM]: Register Now!

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Lawctopus Law School presents an open and free webinar ‘How to Draft a Legal Notice’ to help law students and young practicing lawyers understand the process of drafting a quality legal notice. 

About Lawctopus Law School

Since March 2020, Lawctopus Law School has taught a wide range of skills to over 6500 law students, young lawyers, professionals, academicians, and businesspersons. In the last two years, we have transformed how people look at legal education, especially online legal education.

Our varied courses are a mix of rigorously researched reading modules, interesting recorded lectures by leading academicians and industry experts, engaging weekly live lectures, and useful assignments (with individual, personalized feedback). Most importantly, our courses are delivered with utmost warmth and care!

The average rating for our courses (we are open to independent review) is 92.64/100. Moreover, our open webinars have been attended by over 30,000 people!

About the Webinar

Litigation has often been referred to as the ‘pure’ practice of law. It is one of the career options available to law students once they graduate. Litigation is nothing but courtroom proceedings in which two opposing counsels argue a case, representing their clients. 

A legal notice in our country marks the incipience of legal proceedings. It is a formal written communication between the parties where the sender notifies the recipient about his intention of undertaking legal proceedings against the latter.

For the first time ever, Lawctopus Law School brings to you a free and open webinar on ‘How to Draft a Legal Notice’ to help law students and young practising lawyers gain a better understanding of the process of drafting a quality legal notice. 

Key Takeaways from the Webinar

  • What is the significance of a legal notice?
  • What are the laws that govern legal notices in India?
  • How to draft a legal notice?
  • How to ensure that the legal notice has been drafted well?

  Click here to register for the webinar.

To ensure that the session is informative as well as interactive, participants can ask questions during the webinar.

Details of the Webinar

  • Date: March 16, 2022
  • Timings: 5:30 PM – 7 PM IST
  • Venue: Zoom
  • Fee: Free

Certificates (If Any)

No certificates will be provided. Please attend for your knowledge and insights.

But wait,

However, if you still wish to get a certificate, you can get the same by paying a logistics fee of INR 100 here after the webinar. 

We will give you the code during the webinar which needs to be filled in this form.

Perks

Attendees who attend the complete webinar sincerely shall be emailed a free 6-page E-book, on the stages of Criminal Proceedings.

Who should Attend?

If you are a law student, or young lawyer, who wishes to gain an in-depth understanding of the technique of drafting a legal notice.

About the Speaker

Tushar Giri graduated from Symbiosis Law School, Pune with BBA LLB in 2018. He is currently a practising advocate at the High Court of Delhi as well as the Supreme Court. He is also a founding partner of ‘Kalp Law’, a dispute resolution law firm based in Delhi which has associate offices in Bangalore, Chandigarh and Shimla.

His practice area encompasses all kinds of litigation matters but majorly he deals with cases relating to  Constitutional and Administrative Law, Environment Law and Criminal Law.

The last 20 minutes of the webinar will comprise an orientation segment for Lawctopus Law School’s course on Litigation Basics: Navigating Cases and Files.

Click here to register for the webinar.

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