ABOUT LOGICALLY LEGAL
Logically legal is an initiative to serve all law students, academicians, scholars, professionals by providing them a platform to explore about old and new dimensions of law. The idea behind this platform is to help every person related to law to get a grip with legal education. Our this initiative acts as a medium through which legal education can be evolved. It seeks to promote a platform for the publication of short articles, long articles, book reviews, case comments, research papers, essays, supreme court judgements and various landmark cases. We welcome contribution from legal braches as long as their work is original and unpublished, we also aim at planning online law quizzes, debates, essay competitions etc. to appreciate the knowledge of all the people around the globe.
Apart from this logically legal also imparts knowledge through social platform of YouTube where our members guide people on various legal topics as well as they resolve mostly asked queries.
Logically Legal believes that there is no other good deed like charity and charity of education is what God likes the most. We are on the path of Charity where we are trying to connect with the students and not only the students but with the citizens also. Education is not a business it is totally a kind of charity and Logically Legal trying to follow our tradition where charity is considered as Venerable and Sacred work. Our motto empowers us by providing the strength to enlighten the whole world with the power of education, as education of basic laws are important for people to get aware about their rights. That’s why, we are here to serve them, what they want to know, not quantitative nor qualitative but the exact.
- Adv. PRASHANT TRIPATHI
Seedling School of Law & Governance, Jaipur National University, Jaipur B.A.,Ll.B (Hons.)- Aggregate: 79%
Litigation Associate at Sanjeev Singh and Associates, Advocates, New Delhi (June 01, 2018 till date).
- Member, Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG)
- Member, Young International Council of Commercial Arbitration (ICCA)
2. Adv. SANSKRITI SRIVASTAVA
Dr. Sanskriti Srivastava is a gold medalist in law from university of Rajasthan. She is a 7 years experienced legal professional having worked in global MNCs. She has been teaching in universities like amity university Uttar pradesh, Vivekananda global university. She has won many moot court and debate competitions. She has written many research papers in the field of law. Her expertise is in Human Rights Law. She has been awarded as the most punctual employee of the month, Best teacher award. Dr Sanskriti Srivastava has organised many corporate as well as legal events.
3. Asst. Prof. ANIMESH JHA
Mr. Animesh Jha is Assistant Professor of Family Law at DNLU. He is an Alumni of Chanakya National Law University Patna where he completed his BA LL.B. in 2017, He Completed his LL.M. from Patna University in 2019. He cleared UGC NET in 2018 and was subsequently awarded Junior Research Fellowship in 2019. He has a vast experience in Moot Courts and Debates and has participated and won various prestigious National Moot Courts and Debates throughout his student career. He also served as Legal Consultant to Principal Secretary of Health and taught in various coaching institutes in Bihar prior to joining University. He has attended and presented papers in various international Seminars and have half a dozen publications to his credit in reputed journals. In Undergraduate program He served his University by heading various committees including Youth Parliament and Anti Ragging Cell. His area of interest including Criminal Laws, Jurisprudence and Laws related to Property. He has been constantly writing and spreading awareness about Indian School of Jurisprudence
Building Mooting Capacity Workshop
Date:- 7- 2-2021 to 9-2-2021
Time :- 4:30 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
- Mr Prashant Tripathi.
Topic :- Procedure for Memorandum
- Table of contents (All sections ,headings and page numbers)
- Index of Authorities ( scholarly work article and legal sources )
- Index of cases (Court cases and arbitratal award )
- Statements of facts
- Summary of argument
2. Sanskriti Srivastava (8-2-2021)
Topic :- The art of oral arguments
Focus on speaking clearly and slowly ,without sounding unnatural or forced .
- Maintain eye contact whenever possible.
- Employ a formal ,respectful manner of speaking.
3. Animesh jha (9-2-2021)
Topic:- How to solve Moot problems.
Read your moot problem carefully, including the rules and regulations.
- Look for the keywords to determine your points of research.
- Do basic research to frame skeletal contentions or issues to be raised.
- Try to find as many legal cases as possible to substantiate your arguments under every issue raised.
- Gradually, with further research, you will feel the need to modify your contentions.
- Better research will give way to better arguments advanced.
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