Vivekananda Law College, Puttur, Dakshina Kannada

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Ms. Subhashini
Assistant Professor in Law
Vivekananda Law College Puttur

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A day with Vivekananda Law College Professors

  1. Why we require Legal Education?
  2. What is the importance of Law in the era of Globalization?
  3. What are the career opportunities in Law?
  4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?
  5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?
  6. What are the advantages of Internship?
  7. What are the qualities of Leadership?
  8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?
  9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?
  10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?
  11. Why did you choose teaching profession?
  12. What is your vision and mission in life?

1.  Why we require Legal Education?

In a stone age humans have lived as animals. After the invention.

Discover of fire slowly the civilization is started in and then humans started to divide everything or that they made rules, now we are living in a modern age everyone possess rights and duties towards each other. Legal Education means not only the knowledge of law, it is highly about the common sense and logical aspect. As we all know to govern a society, to regulate the behavior of the humans law is important. As for as Legal education concern each and liabilities, duties towards their fellow being as well as the state. This is the primary thing for which are require Legal Education.

2. What is the importance of law in the globalization?

Globalization is nothing but increasing inter connectedness of the World which may be cultural, social, political, economic. In short we can say to connect with h people through above said way, needs more clarification in all legal terms it may be contract, may be other legal issues so the people involved in such matters are from different places on nations, here the law plays a crucial role to govern each and every aspect.

3.  What are the career opportunities in Law?

A law degree is a gateway to many careers such as

  1. Advocates
  2. Company Secretary
  3. Detective Agents (Private)
  4. Solicitor
  5. Arbitration
  6. Chartered Accountant
  7. Data Scientist (Research Oriented)
  8. In the department of forensic Science
  9. Human Resource Officers
  10. Patent attorney (IPR field)
  11. Law Secretary
  12. Judicial Officers
  13. Bureaucrats
  14. Law Officers

4.  Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?

  1. MBA –HR department
  2. BBM –in business Administration
  3. COM
  4. B. A.

5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?

As I mentioned above law degree is a gateway to many career opportunities if we take corporate world.

  1. He can become a bankruptcy lawyer.
  2. He can start his own company.
  3. He can involve himself in the corporate and commercial law studies.
  4. In the IPR fields so many opportunities are there for law students both of internship and career.
  5. Competition laws are there if he is well-versed in those laws he can build his kingdom in the field.

6.  What are the advantages of Internship?

  1. You can gain actual practicable work experience
  2. To explore a career path internship is a best way.
  3. Receive financial compensation as a pioneer in the field.
  4. Develop the art of Advocacy.

7. What are the qualities of leadership?

  1. Being patience towards your inferior.
  2. Having definite goal.
  3. Work along with your pioneers.
  4. Having huge network with people.
  5. Maintaining good repo with others.

8.  Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?

Many are there, some of them are,

  1. Ram book hand jethmalani

Reason:

  1. He had defended for satwant Singh, Kehar Singh who were convicted for the assassination of the late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi challenged the Medical Evidence.
  2. He has appeared for the stock scam did by Harshad Mehta.
  3. He defended underworld don Haji Mastan in Smuggling case.

Being lawyer is matter of your degree, but being unbeatable in your career which is matter of your wise preparation and submission, which is pronoun by him. I have his biography yet to study more about him.

9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?

In a popular case which is known as Judge v/s Judge. Which is a conflict at the Supreme Court between BP Sinha and SJ Imam.

Contempt proceedings were against the judge by judge. This created a debatable issues and then in the society it created that even judges have to be respectful towards their courts and bound by the rules of law.

10.  Can you identify Advocacy skills?

  1. Advocate should be a wistful person.
  2. Tact involved in the profession should be known to him.
  3. Being an advocate he has to observe his duties and responsibilities towards the court, his client and society.
  4. He should be honest.
  5. Good in eloquence etc.
  6. Possess the presence of mind.

11.  Why did you choose teaching Profession?

I was inspired by my lectures Mrs.Annapoona V.Shetty. So that I choose tis profession.

12.  What is your vision and mission in life?

Being a fresher to the teaching profession I have some vision and mission as of now it may be very small things.

  1. Make the students to understand the concept in the subject.
  2. After attaining enough experience in this field I have a plan to start my own venture.

Mrs. Annapoorna
Professor of Law
Vivekananda Law College Puttur

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A day with Vivekananda Law College Professors

  1. Why we require Legal Education?
  2. What is the importance of Law in the era of Globalization?
  3. What are the career opportunities in Law?
  4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?
  5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?
  6. What are the advantages of Internship?
  7. What are the qualities of Leadership?
  8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?
  9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?
  10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?
  11. Why did you choose teaching profession?
  12. What is your vision and mission in life?

1. Why do we require legal education?

Law is incredibly important in people’s lives because ignorance of law cannot be excused. So basic legal education is necessary for all of us to safeguard our rights and it also reminds us about our duties and legal obligations towards society. The legal education not only imperative to produce good lawyers equipping them with knowledge and skills necessary for the legal profession, who in turn help laymen to seek remedies against exploitation and victimization in many fields causing injustice, it also makes each one of us to be aware of laws enacted for welfare, protection and security of citizens which are necessary for promoting social justice. Our legal system fleets nearly every aspect of our society and lawyers are the main link between laws and the community.

2. What is the importance of Law in the era of Globalization?

 Globalization is the free movement of goods, services and people across the world in a seamless and integrated manner. With this the trade between nations and the interconnections are increased with liberalization of import protocols and foreign investments have surged into the mainstays of economy of a country and there are trade disputes also. Since every nation is governed by its own legal system a flexible system of Law is absolutely necessary to unify and harmonise it with legal setup of other nations at the global level. It has created new global legal institutions and norms changing the contours of law. Some of the organizations contributing for shaping of Global law are United Nations, World Bank, World Trade Organization, International Monetary Fund, World Intellectual Property Organization etc. The International lawyers and Law Firms have also contributed to the emergence of global law.

3. What are the career opportunities in Law?

 In recent days Law as a profession offers umpteen number of career avenues to explore, According to me being a legal practitioner is the best option who is willing to work hard with commitment and service oriented attitude representing the clients in the courts of law and helping them by handling a multitude of matters ranging from criminal, civil and other cases. Another option for law graduates is to give back to the community by taking up the noble profession of teaching. Lawyers are also best equipped for undertaking social work as they are aware of the legal rights and obligation of all strata of society. Other option available is to get into judicial and civil services. People with a penchant for writing can take up legal journalism as a very satisfying career. Being a corporate lawyer handling all transactions on behalf of the companies gives sound monetary benefits. Globalization which created global legal institutions with openings for legal transcription and legal process outsourcing where a professional can provide intelligent services to overseas clients. The law graduates can also combine their degree with other disciplines like business administration, company secretary, etc., or even take up freelancing. They can even end up carving out new careers for themselves.

4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law degree?

Law is considered to be one of the most intellectually challenging of all degrees. A law graduate will develop analytical and problem-solving skills and the ability to read critically, research properly, write clearly and communicate well with people of all walks of life. Combining law with another degree allows a person to develop a broader range of skills and knowledge in an area that interests him. So any degree may he combined with law may be a degree in finance, business administration, Management, social work etc. Foreign universities provide wide range of degrees combined with law degree including Law and Business, Law and Property Development, Law and Public Policy. Law and Biotechnology, Law and Aerospace engineering etc. it also widens your career options in the future. Law and Business Administration offer the highest number of career opportunities like lawyer at a law Firm, Financial Analyst, Stock Market Advisor, Auditor, Legal Advisor to companies and institutions, Tax Authority or Labour inspector, Strategic Consultant, Business Executive, Director of finance, Human Resources and Marketing, Business Executive Etc. apart from being a Legal Practitioner, Judge, Public Prosecutor and State Attorney.

5. What opportunities are available for the Law students in the corporate world?

Law has always been an attractive profession for lots of passionate people with good money in the industry. Now with the rise of companies in India, there is a huge demand for corporate law professionals in India. Corporate law is the field of law concerning companies and business organizations. Every organization requires a corporate lawyer to conduct the business actions as guided by the legal system of India. A corporate lawyer is a person responsible for managing business decisions in a legal way. He makes sure that the company doesn’t violate any law and the business should progress within the legal limits. He also handles clients of the company facing any legal charges with regard to business activities of the company. He also helps the business firms with employment issues. It is a powerful and versatile career option with al! the qualities to make it an outstanding career. Both government and private sectors have a plenty of job opportunities. In fact, a lawyer can get job opportunities in companies, law firms, banks and many more places.

6. What are the advantages of internship?

One way of gaining experience in the legal field is through internship. And it helps in building a career. There are some important reasons why one should opt for law internship, it gives direction about the future of a law student. It provides the experience in the legal profession and a close look at the day-to-day responsibilities that come with being a lawyer. Students will have the opportunityto interact with lawyers. Another benefit from having internship is gaining insight into which branch of law a student would want to -pursue after graduation. So it gives a direction as to future plans. As an intern a student may be placed in a courtroom, in front of clients, or in an office, he will learn how lawyers treat their clients, their fellow lawyers, court personnel and judges. It will teach professionalism and help the student to prepare himself for similar interactions when he begins his career. A student will gain cumulative knowledge on doing substantive work. The student will be in a better position to understand how to apply those concepts and principles of fundamental substantive law learned in the classroom to situations exist in reality. Completing internship makes law graduates more marketable because of having good resume with experience.

7. What are the qualities of leadership?

There are certain attributes and behaviors that make a great leader. We must realize that characteristics of successful people will diff enormously. A person becomes a leader because of his specific personality, and capabilities. Characteristics of a leader depends on his vision, situation, team and organization. Good readership demands emotional strengths, integrity, honesty, confidence and compassion. Along with this he must also have some other important qualities. He must always adapt to new surroundings and adaptability is an significant aspect of leadership because the world is complex and dynamic. Delegating tasks to the appropriate person is an important skill for any leader to maser. Trusting his team is a sign of ultimate strength because it capitalizes on the strength of others. A leader need to communicate the goals clearly and concisely otherwise he and his team will not be working towards the same goal. Even under pressure a leader must show confidence and the team will follow him. Determination and moth, nation go hand in hand and this will encourage others to do the same He must earn the respect of his team. Reward them for their efforts. Accepting and facing challenges is a large part of leadership but each situation may require a different approach.

8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?

There are many lawyers who have excelled in their field of work under different situations and contributed a lot for the welfare of the society. But if only one name has to be mentioned certainly it will be one of the greatest lawyers India has ever had and a legendary in his profession Nani A. Palkhivala. I got acquainted with his marvelous qualities by reading books written by him and also by the articles published by others about him. M. V. Kamath described him as ‘outstanding jurist and a staunch defender of the Constitution’. He was extremely organized, focused and hardworking from very early years of his life and had great self-confidence. These qualities he carried throughout his life. His voracious reading habit made him magnificent orator and he pursued ids passions despite his financial difficulties. His memorable work in KesavanandaBharati’s saving democracy in India will be remembered forever. He is an inspiration to any person pursuing law as a career.

9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?

There are plethora of Judgments which transformed the society in different aspects of life at different timeline. But one Judgment that remains rock solid even after several decades and opens up for discussion is the landmark case, Kesavananda Bharati vs. State of Kerala where the decision of the Supreme Court of India saved democracy and outlined ‘basic structure doctrine’ which holds that the essential principles of the Constitution are immune from amendments by Parliament. The hard work and scholarship employed in preparation was breathtaking. Nani Palkhivala assisted by Fali Nariman presented the case. Arguments were heard for 68 days by largest ever constitution bench of 13 judges. The purpose of democracy is to ensure that entire society has voice in decision making which work for the benefit of the society and in the absence of democracy, people will be shut out of the decision making process by destruction of human freedoms. Therefore democracy creates the best conditions possible for broadly improving the standard of living and creates a stable government that is supported by majority of society which the people of India are gifted by the above Judgment.

10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?

There is no royal way to success. To be a successful lawyer possessing, acquiring and developing some skills are necessary. To accomplish that he should be a person ready to work with dedication and perseverance. An Advocate should be a person with extraordinary power of observing, imbibing and making logical analysis of the things happening around him. in addition to inquisitive nature and giving attention to minute details, he must have the ability to solve the legal problem. For that he should develop constant reading habits updating himself with new legal topics. It should be coupled with emotional intelligence to provide empathy to the clients to make them trust their lawyer. And he also should know how to mane time. The oratory skills with command over the language to express efficiently will make him an outstanding legal professional.

11. Why did you choose teaching profession?

Teaching profession is a noble profession which gives me self-satisfaction and comparatively lease susceptible to corruption or commercialization. This is one of the best professions which suit the vision and mission in my life.

12. What is your vision and mission in life?

Acquiring knowledge especially in the field of Law and imparting it to as many people as possible who are in need of its benefits.


Ms. Shakthithraya
Asst. Professor in Law
Vivekananda Law College Puttur

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A day with Vivekananda Law College Professors

  1. Why we require Legal Education?
  2. What is the importance of Law in the era of Globalization?
  3. What are the career opportunities in Law?
  4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?
  5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?
  6. What are the advantages of Internship?
  7. What are the qualities of Leadership?
  8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?
  9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?
  10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?
  11. Why did you choose teaching profession?
  12. What is your vision and mission in life?

1. Why we require Legal Education?

Law itself is important and pervades so much of public policy of human affairs without knowledge of law it in very difficult to tackle the problems in daily life.

2. What importance of law in the era of globalization?

Globalization has been accelerating exponentially in the last decades. Due to this global risk in also enumerating. So to be in the flow we too need to be part of it.

3. What are the career opportunities in Law?

By law education the top most posts can be achieved. Career opportunities are now not limited to litigations. Globalized world provides the law students best opportunities as of C.S. and in various other law field as of banks, Government Services.

4. Which is the best additional degree which suits the law Degree?

Corporate Finance Law and Capital Market Regulation.

5. What opportunities are available for Law Students in corporate world?

Financial Analyst, Stock Marker Advisor, Property and Mercantile Registrar, Registration of Intellectual Property Rights etc.

6. What are the advantages of Internship?

Get real work experience internship offer a safe space for students and graduates to gain work experience. They also get soft skills which are crucial to not only finding a job but succeeding at one as well.

7. What are the qualities of Leadership?

Focused Intelligence, Ability to inspire, Commitment, Passion, Ability to Connect, Willingness to make Mistakes, vision, positive attitudes are some qualities of leadership. As it is said by J Buchans  “ The role of a Great leader is not to give greatness to human beings but to help them to extract the greatness they already have inside them.”

8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?

Colin Gonsalves- He is the founder of the Human Rights Law Network with a specialization in Human Rights Protection Colin Gonselves is the epitome of serving India relentlessly by voicing issues of the poor, destitute and those less fortunate.

9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?

Visaka v/s State of Rajastan in 1997 guidelines given by Supreme Court is the novel Judgment. It transformed Society by providing fundamental rights of working women, safeguard were provided against sexual harassment. By this Judgment the statue was passed were the working women give protection.

10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?

Advocacy skills: Advocacy Skills as of independency confidentiality, Person centered approach accountability, accessibility.

11. Why did you choose teaching profession?

The field which helps to be in touch with the curriculum activities in teaching where in this profession it teaches us Academics, Tolerance, Management style, and parties. So I choose teaching as profession.

12. What is your vision and mission in life?

Mission and vision of life is to be a successful person in all aspects. With lot of vision which been focused towards academic performance.


Smt. Sangeetha
Asst. Professor in Law
Vivekananda Law College Puttur

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A day with Vivekananda Law College Professors

  1. Why we require Legal Education?
  2. What is the importance of Law in the era of Globalization?
  3. What are the career opportunities in Law?
  4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?
  5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?
  6. What are the advantages of Internship?
  7. What are the qualities of Leadership?
  8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?
  9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?
  10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?
  11. Why did you choose teaching profession?
  12. What is your vision and mission in life?

1. Why we require Legal Education?

Plenty of job opportunities are getting for the outcome law graduates in the society and law graduates can easily practice of his own. And bulk number of MNC’s are growing in an excellent manner. So, within eve department of private or public sector, law graduates are needed. As well as, it is the right of every citizen to know our constitution. Therefore, we need legal education.

2. Why we require Legal Education?

Globalization made a lot of change in the legal system. In the era of globalization technology is drastically increasing as well as with the technology, dispute are also arises. Because of that, Judges, Lawyers, academics and even law students from different fields/ subjects have a lot of opportunities where they can get rule making power and assist in dispute resolution mechanism.

3. What are the career opportunities in Law?

Traditionally, if a law student graduates, he may attorneys legal assistant judges etc. But now he trend has been changed. Now every law graduates has an opportunity in each and every field across the legal and administrative field such as compliance specialist, legal recruiter, E-discovery, professional, mediator, director etc. Moreover they will get an opportunity in the field of administration such as in KAS,IAS,IFS etc. Plenty of others opportunities are also available in India and forensic counties.

4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?

I prefer the corporate sector. So, in my opinion if a law graduate taken the LL.m. or related specialization P.G. in the field related to corporate sector such as IPR is suitable in the present context.

5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?

Company Secretary, Civil Service streams, in Investment Banking, insurance and IT Sector, Legal Advisor as a tax consultant etc.

6. What are the advantages of Internship?

It takes an important role in achieving the career goals. If a student think and knows in which field he want to work after the college do an internship in the particular field. It will figure one from accepting an ill-fitting jobs.

7. What are the qualities of Leadership?

In my opinion, leadership qualities should include courage, if one want to survive, in the law field, there should have courage in him. If you take more risk you will achieve the goal. A good leadership includes self-confidence strategic planning with thoughts focusing to excellent performance, and also as a human being should have the co-operation and good communicative skills.

8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?

Vinod Grover is a researcher and human right particularly women right activist. Because her writing inquiries are on the areas such as subordination of women.

9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?

Novartis AG  v/s  Union of India

The decision come as a relief for millions of people around world have access to medicines at low cost, thus preventing the pharmaceuticals industries from “Ever Greening” their patent.

Judgment seems to ensure the availability of life saving drugs at affordable price.

10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?

Yes, Advocacy skills can be identified as to be a good lawyer such as being social, having good oratory skills, presence of mind, capacity to apply law to facts will help on advocate to be a good lawyers and it will help him to excel in his profession.

11. Why did you choose teaching profession?

As teachers have the potential to interact with the students at all stages of development and from all walks of their life. As law effects every student, as a human being to influence their decision, strengths and by shaping the law students to be a law professionals. I choose this teaching profession.

12. What is your vision and mission in life?

Vision to be a perfect academician where of explore in the fields of Research, Teaching and other curriculum. The mission will be featuring the requirement to come up with vision and fulfill the set out dreams.


Smt. Akshatha A.P.
Asst. Professor in Law
Vivekananda Law College Puttur

Views

A day with Vivekananda Law College Professors

  1. Why we require Legal Education?
  2. What is the importance of Law in the era of Globalization?
  3. What are the career opportunities in Law?
  4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?
  5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?
  6. What are the advantages of Internship?
  7. What are the qualities of Leadership?
  8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?
  9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?
  10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?
  11. Why did you choose teaching profession?
  12. What is your vision and mission in life?

1. Why we require Legal Education?

Legal education is required because to live in a society we must follow social accepted norms, that social norms are usually laws made by the state. To claim our rights we need to know law that is through legal education.

2. What is the importance of Law in the era of Globalization?

We are living in a global village where we call world is village, so to meet an to live in the competitive world as the world is developing in science, technology and communication it is must to know law in all perceptive as of corporate laws.

3. What are the career opportunities in Law?

Compare to all the professions we also have wide range of career opportunities as judiciary is monopoly to all graduates in spite of which we are having openings in all sectors as legal advisors in Government Departments, NGO’s, Private Companies, Industries, Banking Sectors, Medical Jurisprudence etc. and preferences given in higher administrative sector and also in various corporate sectors.

4. Which is the best additional degree which suit the Law Degree?

Best additional law degree which suit the law degree is forensic science, as the scope in the field of Medical Science is growing due to R and D.

5. What opportunities are available for law students in the corporate world?

Litigation is the traditional option which the law graduate has. Now there is career in intellectual property laws as of registration of patent, Trademark, Copy rights, Industrial Design and disputes relating to IPR.

In the field of corporate management, taxation, Cyber Law, Negotiating Contracts, Drafting, Monitoring Compliances of Corporate firms etc.

6. What are the advantages of Internship?

Internship and Volunteer experiences make candidates more competitive in the job market. In addition to gaining exposure and experience in the field, they also provide an opportunity to see if the particular career field is the right on based on getting personal experience in the field.

7. What are the qualities of Leadership?

Leader should have some qualities such as leading the group, intelligent, independent, spirited, Competitive, courageous etc.

8. Whom do you consider as the most effective lawyer in India? Why?

Flavia Agnes- Senior Lawyer, Expertise in marital divorce and property law. She published law, gender and law, in the context of women’s movement and on issues of domestic violence with domestic violence inspired her to become a women’s rights lawyer.

9. Can you give me a novel Judgment of Supreme Court and how it has transformed the society?

Shayarabanu v/s Union of India- questioning the constitutionality of Triple Talaq, while examining safeguard provided by Article 25(1) in the constitution that guarantees all the fundamental right to profess, practice and propagate any religion.

In the judgment provided that there would be an injunction against husbands pronouncing triple talaq on their wife. This judgment impacted on the society curtailing the absolute power of pronouncing triple talaq by male sector.

10. Can you identify Advocacy skills?

Writing Skill, presentation skill in the court room, persuasive story telling writing persuasive brief, good hearing skill etc.

11. Why did you choose teaching profession?

It is a noble profession where what we learn will be thought to students and it is big platform to show our ideas and also to learn in that process.

12. What is your vision and mission in life?

Vision is planned as to complete research work and also to achieve in academic levels. Now to set mission to achieve the vision.

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