Online Training Program On Legal Research And Writing by The Legal Chronical

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About The Legal Chronicle

The Legal Chronicle is a comprehensive learning platform to enable skill development beyond books. We host an array of events all year round like talks and discussions, moot practices and competitions, and give first-hand information to navigate through law school. Besides providing access to information, we aim at assisting the students to become a better person. We cherish three values; Curiosity that enables you to keep going, Wisdom to guide towards the right path and Belief in your oneself and others.

About The Program

Research is something that all the streams, be it legal or non-legal, share in common. The training program is built considering the dire need of the students to learn about research and the lack of proper training in colleges. Despite having subjects like ‘Research Methodology’ and ‘Legal Methods’, law colleges have failed to teach the students the art of research for one simple reason; not being able to come to the level of a student and teach.

This program is not a short workshop but a 15-days course where we will focus on most important questions such as:

  • How to decide area of law and title of article?
  • Where to begin research?
  • What sources should be relied upon for research?
  • Use and understanding of citations

And all basic questions that you have ever faced when you started writing a research paper or an article.

Our Mentors

Every student is different and has his/her own way of learning. So, why have one teacher or one mentor to guide you? This program will bring before you an array of young lawyers and professors, each with a unique way of explaining; to cater to the needs of different students.

Benefits Of The Program

  • Complete knowledge of research and writing in a small pocket
  • Certificate of Training Program in Legal Research and Writing

A Readymade Research Proposal Guidance to complete the started research paper after the training program.

Our Research Proposal

One of the unique features about this program is that there will no unilateral lecture on researching but students will be required to come up with their own area of research, a title for an Article etc. as and when you are taught. So, if today’s session was about ‘Title of Research Paper’, you will bring your own title for research papers on the next session. In this way, by the end of the program, every interested student will have a research proposal and after the training program, they can complete the paper with our guidance.

Location

The program will be held online through audiovisual means of ‘Zoom’ platform.

Registration Procedure And Fees

All interested students may pay the registration fee of ₹ 200/- (Rupees Two Hundred Only) by way of UPI transfer (G-pay, PhonePe or BHIM) on one of the following mobile numbers: 8861410479 (Ashish Agarwal) / 8951365715 (Aakriti Vikas).

After successful payment for the registration fee, click here https://forms.gle/UEDN79EYKVqeNMp37  to register.

For Brochure click here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YMvmt8i3oexVyB2IN0dA0js_D5iqEpZb/view?usp=sharing

Important Dates

Date of Registration: July 17 to July 24, 2020.

Date of Training Program: July 26 to August 10, 2020.

Contact

For any query, feel free to reach us at [email protected]

Or call us at 8861410479.

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