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what a lawyer means to me

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What takes a lawyer to become a sucessful lawyer in terms of money and fame ?? and the answer is i dont know, because getting into corporate and running along the guidelines of the company you work with doesn't make any head or tail to me .

Well, still hail the corporate law for transforming the law cult in totality by engrossing big market for money and opening up avenues for law students to have a fixed income in there bank accounts which a court room practitioners seldom can think of unless established with the due time .

Yet ,I am more interested in practising in court rooms which flash the fame over money when I had come across hearsay stories about the alumnus of my very own college Kapil sibal , Arun jaitley , Kiran bedi , Sidharth luthra or lets even include Mayawati.

I dont realy understand why campus law center ,Delhi fails to impart law as a profession rather promoting politics in actual sense ;). Although we have great faculty which have been imparting knowledge to the generations of student fraternity and I am glad to be part of it .

There was once a very popular notion in our country with regard to law as a profession , which goes like this "anyone can pursue law irrespective of the fact whats his age and potential is apparently as its an evergreen option as lawyer never retires" (as if it is suppose to be test cricket innings with a voluntary retirement option till the 5th day of a match).

But now the saying has fall flat on its ground with introduction of CLAT , Corporate law , International law, Environmental law etc etc expanding the horizon of this field drastically not just that even my college Campus law center,University of Delhi holds an entrance for the students of any age which makes it more competitive in nature :) unlike CLAT which is restricted to the age of 20 year if I am not wrong.

Thus the notion with regard to law as an evergreen field anticipates much of positivity which the past records fail to identify. And god know's whats next in the E-world my friends so lets keep moving with pace required and enjoy the subject as is meant to be.

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