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Anonymous

Posted 6 months ago

I am BHMS graduate also done LLM, till the date I am practicing as a doctor but I want to practice at the courts also. Bar council of Maharashtra and Goa had rules relating to practice and by which I can't practice law. Is there any way to practice both profession as I can handle both of them. And also want to practice as a medicolegal personal.

A. Dear Sir,
You may approach the High Court and get quash such rule/s and enroll yourself as an advocate. No law can prevent you from professing any profession of your like and choice and all such rules will be declared anti constitution. You have degree of law it is sufficient.
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Anonymous

Posted 8 months ago

Dear sir, How Can I become a good legal expert in legal drafting? Is their any coaching centres or diploma course to learn drafting skills.? I'm a 2nd year law student of 3YDC in hyderabad. Plz suggest me the ways to achieve excellence in drafting. We have a subject called drafting in final year but suggest other methods to learn .

A. Dear Sir,
Daily attend a senior advocate office ant take dictation of various plaints, interim applications, bail applications etc.
Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge
Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge Exp: 33 Year(s) Bangalore
Abhimanyu  Shandilya
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