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The chamber of Advocate Sunil Mallan is aiming to provide an opportunity to the law aspirants to work on LIVE CASES (Work from home using virtual media), which shall include:

  1. Involvement of law aspirants in client counseling
  2. Drafting and case filings with full follow-up
  3. Explanation of practical aspects of court procedure etc.

Apart from this training program shall briefly include:

  1. Course Modules (explanation of theory – practical through illustrative power-point presentations, master classes, doubt clearing sessions)
  2. Tasks involving LIVE CASES
  3. Review sessions
  4. And Many More

Expected occupancy: An individual enrolled in this training programme will occupy 2-2.5 hours per week.

Contribution: Rs. 1000/- per month

*Interested candidates shall fill up the Google form for discussion https://forms.gle/JVwbYTRXF1w2xN3AA

SUNIL MALLAN

Advocate – Arbitrator

  • LLM, MBAE, MA (Police Admin), B.Tech. (Ind Engg)
  • Founder & Principal Consultant, JUSTICE FOR YOU
  • Lead Auditor, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, LII
  • NABH Councilor
  • Global Goodwill Ambassador – Indian Representative at United Nations
  • 18 years of experience as an advocate, solicitor, corporate lawyer, certified quality & Corporate Consultant and business Professional ( Legal, ISO 9001, TQM, Lean Management, Six Sigma)
  • Base Court: Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, The Punjab & Haryana High Court and other Courts and Tribunals.

Email id[email protected]

Website– www.sunilmallan.com

Contact– 9814096353, 8699812345


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