LEGAL ADVOCACY COURSE


Every law aspirant has a dream to become a successful lawyer. A dream to be well known among his professional counterparts and at various legal forums. A dream to reach the sky.
At the same time it is worth noting that somehow due to time constraints and other unavoidable circumstances the curriculum developed by various universities is not so promising. The concentration is mostly on theoretical aspects during the tenure of the course and the practical nuances is somewhat undermined.
How can the course offered by us be benificial to you?
Career Keeda Institute of Learning is associated with Youth Bar Association of India (Regd), West Bengal for the practical courses and promotion of Legal sector and its awareness.
We have designed the structure by synchronizing the practical work performed by professionals in reputed organization or law firms etc. into the classroom series. We have covered both the practical and theoretical aspects of the Legal world where the aspirants can visualize his/her area of interest and at the same time can get a glimpse and develop an understanding of the practical approach of their undergoing course.
Other benefits of the Legal Advocacy Course :-
The best three students of our specified course shall get an opportunity to undergo one week internship with firms at the Supreme Court of India, New Delhi.The selected aspirants shall be provided internship certificates by the Youth bar Association of India (Regd.)
An opportunity to interact with experienced professionals during classroom discussion shall act as an effective platform to solve queries and know the practical world closely.
Our practical courses are even verified and approved by practicing professionals.
The practical understanding shall even enhance the theoretical aspects as well to a greater extent.

Coverage of the Course -

1. Basic observance of Law and Law culture including career aspects
It is very important for an aspirant to understand that why law/legal profession should be taken as a career. Under this, students shall be taught regarding the scope within the ambit of law which would help them to recognize their interest and working area accordingly.
Essential distinction between individual practice and employment with the corporates would be taught so that a clear distinction could be drawn which cannot be ascertained efficiently through theoretical practices.
2. Basic elements of law
Understanding the practical applicability of Law in different spheres and teaching the aspirant the essentials in classroom environment to develop their legal base in the ever growing field of law is our priority.
3. Understanding about original and appellate side rules
Discussion regarding courts covering both the theoretical and practical aspects shall be a part of the syllabus.
4. Legal language
Understanding professional ethics and culture is very important for future professionals. The curriculum encompasses about the dressing etiquettes and discipline in the court room. Moreover, the working culture in a court is even being covered.
5. Drafting/documents
Drafting and documentation are very essential features for an advocate/lawyer. These are daily unavoidable practices of a professional. Hence, it is of immense importance. Our classroom structure significantly mentors and appraises the drafting skills of our participants of the workshops. Both the use of legal and non-legal terms are effectively taught while drafting of any legal document.
6. Personality growth and approaching magnetism
Our faculties who are actively participating in the day to day workings of the legal world shall guide the aspirants about several fronts in relation to client handlings. What to ask the client? How to deal with him? What is the professional approach? Are the few important points of the agenda of the classroom discussion?
7. Stepping stone in legal profession
● Internships
● Self - examination
● Discussion of live cases.
● Court visits
● During the course participating aspirants shall get an opportunity to visit various courts and tribunals as a part of their learning curriculum.
8. Pleading/litigation
9. Moot court and group discussion
10. Live case discussion.
11. Learning about different types of courts and their working mechanism
12. Client interaction
Note: All the classes would be conducted by experienced professionals.
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