I’ve known what it means to be really passionate about the law, but not being able to, or having to think twice before buying books.
I’m going to be contributing 5-10 sets of the following basic legal text-books, to whoever needs them:
- Law of Contract & Specific Relief by Avtar Singh
- Kelkar on Criminal Procedure
- Takwani on Code of Civil Procedure.
- Evidence Act – Avtar Singh or Ratanlal Dhirajlal.
- Bakshi or DD Basu on the Indian Constitution
- KD Gaur or Pillai on IPC.
- Ramanatha Aiyar’s Concise Law Dictionary.
If you are in need, or know someone who is, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with some basic details (like name, address, contact number, law school, brief background) about the student/applicant. We won’t ask for too many details and would essentially take your word for it and trust that the need is real and genuine.
PS: Due to logistical reasons, we will able to do this only in Delhi…
Happy reading. And, remember, readers are leaders!
*In case of too many applications, my team and I would decide on the basis of how grave the need in a given case is.
*List is subject to change.
*If you need only one/some titles from the above, please mention that as well.
*In addition to the above, If you have law books/textbooks that you want to give-away and contribute, please write to us too with a list of books and from where and when can we pick up. That would help us reach out to more students. Appreciate the help.