Serious Legal Work
A typical day at work began in the morning by collecting all the files lined up in the court. The briefs had been prepared the previous night. The respective case numbers were checked on the rooster and people assigned to carry on their respective duties.
I got a good grasp of how the Indian Legal System functions in court and how the British legal system still acts as precedent in theory and in practise.
The management was precise and involved people from Human Resources. As advocates, we were primarily concerned with the cases in the court of law and their development into suitable judgements so as to ensure that justice is prevailed.
The co workers were advocates and managers, who ensured that none of the cases went unattended and maximum preparations were put into each case.
The long hours involved in text, preparation and mock arguments were hard part of the job.
The most enjoyable part of the job was to ensure that justice prevailed and jargons or other things did not hamper justice from being carried out. Also the pat on the back from the judges and from fellow advocates made the experience enjoyable
Opportunity to argue, Legal Work
Long hours, legal work