Comments on If Lawyers Can Practice In All Courts Why Not Full Time Law Professors: A Necessity of Engaged School

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Gulshan Tanwar

Gulshan Tanwar

Wrote on 26 June 2011  

Teacher ought to teach else the students will never shine and teachers are best adjudged by the deeds of their wards.



Atul D Suryavanshi

Atul D Suryavanshi

Wrote on 24 June 2011  

Dr Tabrez Ahmad, do you really believe that allowing a full time professor to practice in court will help to raise the Legal standard.....?? I don't think so.... It is just degrade the standard of the education as the Practicing Profession may get more involved in daily litigation and may not be able to focus on teaching... I think Practicing and teaching can not work 100% ethical & not even Practical at the same time. Sory but I beg to differ..... Adv. Atul D Suryavanshi JC Lawfirm - 09923552956



rajeev ab

rajeev ab

Wrote on 23 June 2011  

Thanks. Interesting to read Adv. A. B. Rajeev Calicut Kerala



R.Ramachandran

R.Ramachandran

Wrote on 21 June 2011  

The Title has no relevance to the article at all. How lawyer practising in court is any ground for the demand for full time law professor to practice is a mystry.The author has tried to connect two unconnectible issues.


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