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

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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



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

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rajeev ab Wrote on 23 June 2011

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



Anna Hazare & Article 80 (3) Constitution of India

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AKSHANSH SINGHAL Wrote on 22 June 2011

Thanks a lot sir , for sharing goood insight about the legality of the issue.



Anna Hazare & Article 80 (3) Constitution of India

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sachin kadtan Wrote on 22 June 2011

Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev failed to handle the situation, he need to learn some lesson from management...



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

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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.



Order issuing process, when can be set aside in revision

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Ravinder Gupta Wrote on 21 June 2011

The law has also been discussed in Kashi Ram's case



Expanding The Parameter of Legal Literacy In India

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Varun Wrote on 20 June 2011

Thank you so much Sir. I am extremely happy and inspired to receive such comments. It was my first article and your encouraging words have motivated me to write further. I really thank you.



Expanding The Parameter of Legal Literacy In India

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B.S MANJUNATH Wrote on 20 June 2011

I am extremely delighted to read your article. Maturity is what exactly your expressing. Well there is scarcity. But your are a bright hope.



Anna Hazare & Article 80 (3) Constitution of India

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B.S MANJUNATH Wrote on 20 June 2011

For democracy to surface citizens should be grounded. That is to say if every citizen takes the trouble of understanding our laws by reading our constitution we do not need ramdev or annahazzare. If every citizen declares that he or she will not give bribe or practice corruption in any form, it will be the solution. Otherwise it will be repetition of 26/11, on the day of the incident every one wanted to soldier or join police force. After some time it became political rhetoric.



Importance of Mind Management

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jeetendra patel Wrote on 20 June 2011

VERY VERY CLASSY,THOUGHT PROVOCATING ARTICLE. THANK YOU FOR THE MORALE BOOSTER.


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