One Day National Workshop on Basic Legal Drafting & Research

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Are you a Law Student or Professional looking forward to enhance your Legal Drafting & Research Skills. Take this ‘One Day National Workshop on Basic Legal Drafting & Research’ organised by Legal Desire and Master yourself in Legal Research, Drafting, Memorial Making, Contract Drafting, Legal Articles and More…

AIM:

This workshop aims to help law students & professionals with LEGAL DRAFTING & RESEARCH skills. The workshop will not only incorporate the top notch heads of document drafting in the legal field but will also take in account each and every minor aspect of the same. This workshop is intended for ones wishing to improve their ability to write sharp, clear prose, to edit their own and others’ writing, and to become more proficient and efficient at composing and organizing written documents.

The ultimate goal of the workshop is to get you ready to undertake the writing tasks demanded of lawyers. Specifically, the workshop will help you hone the following skills:

Date: 28th May, 2017 (Sunday)

Venue: India International Centre, 40 Max Mueller Marg, New Delhi

Workshop Schedule:

Session 1: Legal Drafting by Adv. Ashok Chaitanya

  • Introduction to Legal Drafting & Key Concepts necessary for Drafting
  • Drafting of Complaint
  • Drafting of Plaint
  • Drafting of Written Statement
  • Drafting of Writ Petitions

Session 2: Memorial Making by Adv. Ashima Ohri

  • Drafting and Marshaling of Facts
  • Classification of Case Laws according to the Facts
  • Framing up of Issues and Arguments
  • Detailing the Contentions
  • Drafting of a Memorial on the Given Case

Session 3: Legal Research by Adv. Sruthi Srinivasan

  • Study on the Blue Book Method of Citation
  • Framing of the Legal Article or Research paper (Framing up of the Executive Summary, Methodology, Research Hypothesis, Recommendation, Implementation Strategy )
  • Writing of a Research Paper

About the Trainers:

Advocate Ashok Chaitanya: Born on 07.8.1973. Joined Indian Air Force on 14.12.1990 and retired pre-mature from IAF on 28.02.2006, did LL.B. from Delhi University. Enrolled as an Advocate with Bar Council of Delhi on 03.03.2006. Appearing before all the Courts in Delhi NCR right from Supreme Court to other subordinate courts and Tribunals/ Commissions. Appointed as Senior Central Government Panel Counsel at Armed Forces Tribunal (Principal Bench) on 09 Dec 2015. He is associated with several social organisation and has been working for many social issues. He has been an RTI crusader.

Advocate Ashima Ohri: Legal Writer, Editor & Researcher for Newgen Knowledgeworks Pvt. Ltd. Formerly for 1.5years worked as an Associate with Senior Adv. A.K. Singh at Delhi High Court and Supreme Court of India. She has handled arbitration matters both domestic and international. Additionally, Corporate Litigation, Domain-Name Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property Rights and Corporate Advisory have also been her strong suits. She also provide Pro Bono Legal Advise on AFT matters.

Advocate Sruthi Srinivasan: She is a lawyer qualified in USA and India. Her areas of practice are Ecommerce, Technology, Contracts and Commercial laws.

Sruthi holds a bachelor’s in law from ILS Law College, Pune and a master’s in commerce and technology law(LLM-CT) from the University of New Hampshire School of Law, formerly Franklin Pierce Center of Intellectual Property, USA. She began her career as an inhouse legal counsel with Reliance Industries Limited (Mumbai), before heading to USA on a merit scholarship. During her stay in US, she worked as an Intellectual Property Clinician after being accorded with the limited license to practice by the Unites States Patent and Trademark Office(USPTO). Sruthi is enrolled with the Bar Council of Maharashtra and Goa.

Salient Features:

  • Study Material
  • Powerpoint Presentations
  • Q&A Support
  • Sample Legal Docs and Formats

Certificate of Accomplishment: The delegates will be provided Certificate of Accomplishment.

Registration Fees:

For Students: Rs.1000/-

For Professionals: Rs.1500/-

(Fees includes access to all the session, lunch, registration kit and certificate)

Registration Procedure:

Click Here to Register Online or visit: www.legaldesire.com/legalworkshop

Alternatively you can Make payment to Paytm No: 9639010553 and send Name, Contact No, Postal Address and Payment details to [email protected]

After Successful Registration, You will be provided passes to attend the workshop.

Accommodation: Those who require accommodation have choice to book any hotel by their own. Those facing in difficulty in booking accommodation can contact the convenors for providing accommodation at Rs.1200/day (twin sharing) & Rs.1800/- (Single Occupancy)

Contact:

Ankit Gupta: 879166668 Shreya Gupta: 7042861776

Pulkit Advani: 8130791040 Gunjan Bhagchandani: 9839574652

Or Feel free to email: [email protected].com

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