Never known for their #brevity, Indian lawyers have been a bit slow to adopt to the 140-character limit. Nonetheless, there are those who have taken to Twitter much like the proverbial duck.
And the results are for all to see. Twitter allows lawyers to source information on the latest developments right from the courts. At the same time, it can also entertain. Given below is our list of eleven . . .
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