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How Indian lawyers get by on only $1.4m of GDP; Mint & LI demystify Indian legal market

Mint: A page for the legal profession every second Friday
Mint: A page for the legal profession every second Friday
Mint - easily India’s best quality business daily – will now feature cutting-edge legal industry news and analysis in its pages every second Friday under an exclusive new content partnership with Legally India.

In today’s Mint edition, Legally India editor Kian Ganz’s colum demystifies India’s legal market: Despite India’s fairly average legal population density every lawyer here has to make do with only $1.4m of GDP. This, it turns out, is the lowest figure in both developed and developing legal markets. Click here to read the column on this, pseudo lawyers and more.

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