Small Victories and Small Defeats of a Junior LawyerOctober 20 2011
Kroswami writes about small victories and small defeats which he had to face as a junior lawyer.
As a junior lawyer, you should consider yourself to be extremely lucky if you get the chance to argue a matter which is at the stage of final arguments. Junior lawyers are normally used to obtain Passovers or to “mention” a matter or seek adjournments or perhaps appear in the Registrar’s Court. As your experience grows and depending on your luck, you may be sent for arguments on minor applications or make some minor submissions. These may . . .
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