“Don’t Tell Me the Moon Is Shining; Show Me the Glint of Light on Broken Glass” Anton Chekhov It is easy to preach what you don’t have to practice yourself. … Continue reading A MasterClass on The Art of Judgment Writing for young judges and judiciary aspirants
let us move on to what I believe is the real heart of the matter. Have you asked yourself – ‘WHY’ do you want to be a Judge? As someone wise said (probably my mother) if you have figured out the ‘WHY’ of doing something, you’ll figure out the ‘HOW’ of doing it any ‘HOW’; this is exactly why the ‘WHY’ is important and a great place to start with.
This was first published at Rahulsiasblog.com and is being republished. This is a guest post by our alumnus Mr. Bharat Chugh. Bharat was with Rahul’s IAS and did coaching in … Continue reading How to prepare for judicial services exams? A few thoughts.