I'd agree with you in an aesthetic sense but not completely. I was reading some where that as per Indian Government Act: "Be you ever so high, the law is above you" (Please correct me if I am wrong). Therefore we can not compare these professions. In fact, I would question the same in medical field too. Why not a common man should understand what these Professionals speak! That too, our country has preponderance of illiterate people who have lack of awareness in legal system. When English is not our
primary language, what is the neccessity to twist the sentence to make it more complicated. Here, I am not at all talking about the terminolgy! Well, every subject has it's own terminolgy. When the terminology is carried in a simple sentence, the message would be pretty much clear to the seeker.
Lawyer is a bridge between public and the court. Therefore, it is his responsibility to make the path clear between both the ends.
I suspect, this could be a part of the reason why millions of cases are in pending in Indian courts ...
Nice conversation Dinkar ... Thank you.