Inspector GardetNovember 25 2011
Every profession has its share of trade-related practices, hidden secrets and litigation is no different. Not all of it can be learnt from books; the experiences are what adds to one's knowledge. In this article, Kroswami recounts his experiences in one such litigation-specific practice: that of of file inspection.
I don’t know whether this is the new “in” thing with law graduates but I have heard quite a few lawyers complain about the state of legal education. Criticisms include poor teaching standards, threadbare infrastructure and declining (sometimes non-existent) levels of academic research. One of the . . .
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