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Bar and Bench

05 August 2010

IyerThomas-ElizabethSheshadriThe tentacles of the "pseudo-lawyers" have driven the bar to the wall, claims advocate and partner Elizabeth Seshadri. Is a bar exam enough to cure the setting rot or do we need a test that reaches far more deeply?

04 November 2009

LegallyIndia_KianGanz-180Indian law firms have been modernising at breakneck pace, in part spurred by the threat of liberalisation, however distant.

But the backs of many legal minds are still niggled by the concern that innovation in India's actual legal machinery remains largely stagnant.

Tired of the "in India you litigate for 18 years"-joke, transactional lawyer and advocate Elizabeth Seshadri argues how India's Bar and Bench should be saved.

28 October 2009

IyerThomas-ElizabethSheshadriA quiet but happy revolution is taking place at the Indian Bar, argues Elizabeth Seshadri. But while the lethargic acceptance of the legal system's decay is slowly being shaken off, the pace of change must increase drastically.

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