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smith sharma (lecturer)     05 September 2008

LAWYER'S PARADISE

HI,

      ALL THE RESPECTED MEMBERS PLS TELL ME WHAT IS

                             " LAWYER'S PARADISE''

                                               N 

                                           WHERE??

THANX

WITH REGARDS

MIS.SMITH SHARMA[LAWYER]

 



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 8 Replies

vikas mishra (ADVOCATE)     05 September 2008

Lawyers paradise is the court room where he fights for juctice for his client, and in return he gets paid for his job.

kevin wanyonyi (Law student,ILS)     05 September 2008

its a court session where a lawyer(advocate) uses his wit and inteligence to crack a case in favour of his/her client,either voluntarily or on a contract.

Mohit Attri (lawyer)     05 September 2008

gud question dear smith...........carry on dear

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     05 September 2008

Lawyer's Paradise can exist only in a place where the law exist in name only, but the Court and lawyers exist in the name of Justice:

smith sharma (lecturer)     06 September 2008

HI,


       ALL THE MEMBER OF THIS FORUM,


 SURPRISING 4 ME THAT NO ONE KNOW ABT LAWYER;S PAREADISE!!!


 

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     06 September 2008

OK, please spell out what does it mean? i'am curious about it?

Shree. ( Advocate.)     06 September 2008

Dear Smith Sharma,




 


    Lawyers paradise  requiring the court to  correctly decide whether the expression  has is to be construed as one confined in  point of time.

mayank shukla (legal profession)     24 October 2009

paradise means harmony but rarely do lawyers agree to each other and that too with a proviso. so in my opinion, lawyers and paradise are poll apart. in fact the expression itself is contradictory- mayank shukla


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