Legalis Peritum (Semister-1)
340 STUDENTS ENROLLED
- Detail argumentative verbal presentations, cross- questioning and group discussions.
- Argumentative writing on legal issues and different national and international laws, requiring students to attempt proper investigation of the issue, collection, generation & evaluation of evidence and establishing their view point in concise and meritorious manner.
- Study of Landmark judgments in respect of their historical influence, legal significance and lasting effects on the application of a certain law.
- Court room etiquettes and language.
- Moot courts exercises.
- Detailed presentations: Critical analysis and interpretations of various national & international laws, judgments and judicial processes.
- To develop analytical and reasoning skills of would be lawyers.
- To empower students in understanding different points of view regarding legal issues and to present the issues in clear, concise and defined statements.
- To strengthen intellectual aptitude about legal issues prevailing in society, so that they could support their point of view, with the evidence (whether logical, factual or statistical) collected during research.
- To facilitate students in forming logical reasons, drawing rational conclusions and applying all the findings in the case in discussion.
- To develop ability of convincing that their argument has merit through clear thesis and sound reasoning.
- To hone students’ oral and written advocacy skills in all respects.
- To develop the art of persuasion and presentation, with court etiquettes.
- To develop expert argumentative flair in students.
- To train students in recognizing legal issues, framing issues, gathering legal material, devise accurate arguments, complaints, citations, cross-questioning, examination, cross examination etc.
- To develop practical skills and self-confidence.
Knowledge of English Language:
Basic knowledge of English Language is required.
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