Advocate Jeevesh Mehta in his interview talks that internships and taking part in moot court competition helps the person to gain confidence about representing themselves and even their client in the court in future. He stated that moot court competitions help the person to represent their client in the best effective manner in the court, having all possible solutions to make the client win the case. The mannerism and conduct in court are also very important and plays a significant role standing before the Judge. He also said that a person knowing various field could reach heights compared to a person who is having less experience and knowledge about multiple aspects of the law.
We welcomed Mr. Jeevesh Mehta to a semi- formal conversation; under the initiative of lawyer speaks. He is deemed to be an Advocate in Honorable Supreme court. He joined our organisation for a brief period and told various facets about his life. From his childhood to his litigating days. It will give an insightful experience to budding lawyer and will give them valuable knowledge about the field they will go in their future.
Mr.Jeevesh specialises in commercial laws and took it, because of the scope and interest that it adds. In todays world people with a specialisation in commercial law are sailing smoothly. As MNC’s now-a-days give adequate amount opportunity and salaries are also genuine, he said.
He preferred to do as many internships as he could. Took part in moot courts which gave him the adequate amount of confidence that he looks in the interns that he chooses.
In these unusual conditions, it was, in the first place, a little difficult to adapt. Yet as time passes, lawyers became still satisfied with the same thing.Since it takes a lot less time, more clarity and a big jump for legal fraternity. That, in his mind, is the 'new standard.' Technology is a must in today's world, he added.
He added that when it comes to technological advancements, lawyers are missing.The complex world is opposed. Lawyers are not fully conscious of the process and the way things are going. It's a challenge for them. Yet they're going to adapt to it with time.
The extra-curricular activities in law colleges are very important. Moot Courts are playing. A very critical position to play. As they offer an idea of how to pose the case before Someone who's saying Convict. But you ought to get a kind of impression and understanding about how to stand in front of the Court and which side to stand, He added.
He appreciated the kind of research that the law community does. An environment like this lets a budding lawyer get a head start and do a lot more in their lives. It offers these little buds a whole new forum and incentives.
This also presents young people with informative internships and excellent workshops. This kind of society makes the world a safer place and appreciates the efforts of the law profession, he said.
Reservation system was introduced and established in India to stop Discrimination. Since, caste system was followed in India. SC, ST and many other communities faced Huge Discrimination in at each phase of life. Whether it be education, jobs, residence, temples and even wells.
Advocate Abhinav Rama Krishna in his interview, talks about the patience, hard work and success; all go hand in hand. To achieve the heights; one should have the patience for the result to have opted and shall not feel depressed if the results are not achieved early. Everything takes time to be the best. He also enhanced to updated with legal happenings in the world, i.e. he focused the law aspirants to read the newspaper daily and search about the regular updates. Patience is the key to success and efforts done by a person will give victory at some point in life.
I often see people having stereotypical mindset that they say laws always favours Women. There are more Women centric laws. Yes, I can accept that to certain extent. The fact has to be accepted that not all laws are blindly women centric. There laws give them only a paramount of protection since for years they have been the oppressed class.