What it takes to crack the notoriously difficult Supreme Court AOR examMarch 10 2018
All those intent on becoming an Advocate on Record (AoR) at India's Supreme Court have to go through a notoriously difficult process of evaluation. How difficult? Well, less than one in five who took the exam in 2017 cleared it.
We spoke to Dhanajaya Mishra, Sumeer Sodhi and Neha Malik, who aced the 2017 AoR exam, and can now proudly file cases in their own name at the Supreme Court.
We asked them what motivated them . . .
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