Sat. Sep 26th, 2020

Workshop on Courtroom Approach to Criminal Procedure

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What stops young lawyers from becoming good criminal Lawyers?

Reading a book on criminal Procedure and understanding the  practical aspects in court room  are entirely different ball games. You may have read a book, you may know sections, but you may find yourself stuck when it comes to appearing and understanding the procedure. Every day has a legal implication for your clients and other parties, which can give you a tremendous sense of responsibility and fear, especially when you haven’t been trained or practised.

Criminal trials take years to complete and it becomes difficult to understand the procedural aspect in short amount of time, irrespective of one’s level of knowledge, we have seen that a lot of barriers come in the way while appearing in criminal courts, such as:

  • Anxiety and fear. Many law graduates just cannot gather the courage to utter even a single word, even if they know something conceptually.
  • Being sure that what you’re doing is right. We have seen people over-thinking. They have no way of recognizing. 

There is so little that is taught in law schools about Practical Aspects of Criminal Procedure that any real life practice you can get is worth having. Unfortunately, in internships, you rarely get work beyond proof-reading and taking passovers. It doesn’t take much to realize that watching other appear and understanding the procedure are poles apart. In a law firm, the seniors and partners don’t have time to teach you and you have to figure out things yourself which takes a lot of time.

What is the downside of not learning and sharpening your skills in law school?

If you don’t have skills, it has deep impact on your career:

  1. You don’t have an opportunity to distinguish yourself in interviews, which simply wipes off many jobs you could have secured.
  2. When you start work, seniors don’t give you any concessions for not knowing the practical aspects beforehand, despite knowing that you were not taught this in law school, and despite not having learnt this themselves in law school.   
  3. You will end up trying to figure out the procedure which takes years This is only one area of improvement, and there were countless others which a young lawyer learn over the year.

My Legal Advisor in association with Women Entrepreneurs Foundation and Juris Law Offices is announcing a 1-day workshop on Courtroom Approach to Criminal Procedure to impart the next level of practical training, which will be led by Advocate Vikas Nagwan, Founder and Chairman of Juris Law Offices, a known law firm in litigation.

What will your performance be like if you learn and practice before a criminal court and learn from the expertise of a known criminal lawyer?

How much time, struggle and effort will you save in your career? What will that be worth? What kind of results will you create?   

Even if you have read a book or taken a course earlier, we suggest you participate and don’t miss out on the opportunity. At the end of the workshop, you will have a new level of understanding.   

Dates and Timings

1st September (Sunday) 2019: 10 AM – 3:30 PM pm

Those who are interested can register at: https://www.payumoney.com/events/#/buyTickets/CrPC-workshopp

What will you learn in the workshop?  

When you first start going in courts, certain practical questions need to be answered:

  • What are the types of criminal courts?
  • What is the procedure adopted by criminal courts in day to day proceedings?
  • How can you ensure that you understand what is going in a criminal case at a particular stage?   
  • Basic types of applications being filed on day to day basis?
  • What are the Types of Petitions?
  • How much court fee is generally applicable on various types of applications/petitions?
  • How to complete the issue of process and much more…

Key exercises and methodology of the workshop

You will learn critical aspects of the criminal trial(and more, if we have time, perform very interesting exercises that simulate real life situations).

In the process, you will get a real sense of what happens at each stage.

Day-wise itinerary and syllabus

1st September (Sunday) 2019: 10 AM – 3:30 PM  

  • 10 AM : Registration
  • 10 AM to 10:45 AM: Allotment of Seats 
  • 11 AM: Workshop on Courtroom Approach to Criminal Procedure by Advocate Vikas Nagwan, Chairman Juris Law Offices
  • 1:00 PM: Refreshments
  • 1:30 PM : Workshop Resumes
  • 3:00 PM: Quiz and questionnaire session
  • 3:30 PM Completion of workshop

You will get a 30 minutes snack break (tea will be provided, for lunch, you will need to make your own arrangements.)

Faculty

The session will be led by Mr. Vikas Nagwan, Founder & Chairman at Juris Law Offices. He has been a practicing Advocate before Supreme Court of India, Delhi High court. 

Venue

Indian Society of International Law, Bhagwan Das Road, VK Krishna Menon Bhawan, New Delhi-110001  

Landmarks: Opposite Supreme Court of India, Next of Indian Law Institute

Cost

INR 800/-(Rupees Eight Hundred only)

What will you get :

  • Certificate of Participation
  • One year Complimentary Subscription of Lawsuit (Mobile Application) for Legal research
  • Knowledge Kit
  • 30% Discount Coupon for Online Judicial Services Test Series for first 50 participants by www.JudicialCoaching.in
  • Refreshments

Seats

Selected on a first-come-first-serve basis (block your seat by registering at:https://www.payumoney.com/events/#/buyTickets/CrPC-workshop case you have any questions, feel free to call us on 9999242347 09999242792 or write to [email protected]

You need to confirm the payment details along with the filling of the registration form. The fee may be deposited/transferred to:

  • Account: Women Entrepreneurs Foundation
  • Account number: 1625102000006408
  • IFSC code: IBKL0001625
  • IDBI BANK

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