To be a good writer, one needs to write regularly. It is the first most basic and obvious step to becoming a Legal Researcher. A much needed soft skill.
The purpose of legal research is to find documents that will aid in finding a solution to a legal problem.
This process has multiple steps and is about creating incentives that will lead to outcomes.
In this video we have Ms. Ritwika Sharma, a Senior Resident Fellow at Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, telling us why writing every day is important and how we can implement it. Prior to this, she was a Research Associate with Daksh. She has also been a Teaching Assistant for Administrative Law at NALSAR, Hyderabad.
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Umang graduated from NUJS in 2019. After that, he worked at L&L Partners before taking up the role of an Editor at Lawctopus. You can find him on Twitter @UmangPod, and read some of his other writings at twodsinapodd.wordpress.com.
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