A Lawyer's Role in Chambers


(inclusive of all taxes)


  • 5+ learning hours of content suited for self learning
  • Watch practical learning videos created by experts
  • Benefit from an adaptive virtual classroom environment
  • Sharpen your skills with application-based exercises
  • Get certified at nominal cost



Benefit from the skills of real-time practice in chambers. This course is designed for aspiring litigators and junior advocates. A majority of your time will be spent working in chambers and this course helps you learn the essential skills and knowledge that you will have to pick up immediately upon commencing practice, including how to read and present cases (judgments), how to communicate with clients and colleagues, the legal requirements of pleadings in civil and criminal proceedings, how to present factual and legal arguments, and much more.

What you will learn?

  • Learn how to read a case file and how to carry out legal research specifically for a litigation practice
  • Explore the major provisions of the Advocates Act, 1961 and Bar Council of India Rules, 1975
  • How to identify sources of law
  • Learn how to effectively apply and present your research
  • Learn how to communicate with clients and colleagues
  • Learn how to conduct yourself at conferences
  • Understand the basics of drafting for litigation practice

What do you need?

  • This course would be generally recommended for senior law students and young advocates who have just recently joined the profession
  • Other than that, a standard Internet/data connection along with a computer/laptop/smartphone/tablet is enough to get you started!

Exam and certification
In addition to unit-wise practice exercises, this course offers a Course Completion Test (CCT). To qualify for the CCT, a learner has to complete more than 90% of the course. The CCT is conducted online to provide maximum flexibility to the learner. Based on the results of the CCT, a learner will be given a certificate, which is recognised by various employers in the legal industry.



  • 1. What kind of lawyer are you?

  • 2. Reading a case file

  • 3. Legal Research - I: Identifying sources of law Part 1

  • 4. Legal Research - II: Application and presentation

  • 5. Conducting yourself at conferences

  • 6. Conducting yourself at conferences

  • 7. Drafting - I: Form and precedent

  • 8. Drafting - II: Substance and style


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