Nagpur: Former Chief Justice of Bombay High Court BP Dharmadhikari said on Wednesday that junior lawyers should be honest, inquisitive, and attentive in the court. He was addressing the first session of the Study Circle organized by the High Court Bar Association (HCBA) on Challenges before Junior Lawyers.
The former chief justice of Bombay high court BP Dharmadhikari has also mentioned how junior advocates should keep themselves updated and also adapt to the dynamic nature of law. He also said, “Advocacy is also a self-learning process, and a junior works under a senior only to understand the functioning of the court.”
He also advised junior advocates to develop the habit of reading law books and briefs very thoroughly in order to provide effective assistance to the court. And without wasting time in the corridors, make sure to utilize the time sitting in the courtrooms in the best possible way.
Advocate Firdos Mirza told the importance of a study circle
He added, “Being a recluse, joining community groups, working a room at a social event, public speaking and marketing can be overwhelmingly challenging tasks for many young attorneys. Most newly qualified attorneys often have no idea where to even begin the client search process.”
However, former chief justice of Bombay high court BP Dharmadhikari has provided some insight into the experiences of lawyers and their importance in a lawyer’s career as well. Then, after this speech, there was also a question and answer period.
Advocate Firdos Mirza also told the importance of a study circle. The convention has been organized by advocates Virat Mishra, Aquib Haq, Apurva Kolhe, Priyanka Arbat, and members of the executive committee.