Paisa VasoolNovember 11 2011
"Quite a few people are discouraged from litigation due to the low remuneration paid initially and this is understandable. However, there are certain times when you get paid in something far greater than money. And this was one of those times."
One of the more obvious differences between litigation (and here “litigation” excludes the litigation branch of a corporate firm) and a corporate law firm is the money. Litigation does not pay, at least when you are fresh out of college. Though later on the financial rewards can be astonishing. Just after graduating you will barely be making enough . . .
This content is restricted to subscribers
With a premium account you get:
- One year of unrestrcited access to previous interviews, columns and articles
- One year access to all archival material
- Access to all Bar & Bench reports