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Aziz Khan   04 June 2021

want to practice In high court

I never did any internship under any senior advocate and if want to practice my own without any guideline of a senior advocate. can I learn my own by going to court and taking the matter in future


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pankaj verma   04 June 2021

yes why not...google guru jindabad....

ashok kumar singh (Advocate)     04 June 2021

yes, but without guidance you cannot reach your goal. since Google and Law Books cannot make you a Good Lawyer, so far.

thanks

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gopal saroliya   04 June 2021

yes you can learn. but it will take time to reach the goal without any guidence of senior.

kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     04 June 2021

Yes.  You can learn.  But it is always best to do practice under a Senior Advocate for which you will start your own practice within a short time.

Sankaranarayanan (Advocate)     05 June 2021

Better to practice in lower court first at least two years  under a senior advocate will be step stone for your future achievements.


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