The Art of Writing Orders in Civil Cases

First published on LiveLaw The Journey of a civil case isn’t a straight road where you start from a particular point and reach your final destination, without any interruptions. Rather a civil case is like one of those tedious Haryana Roadway’s bus journeys - with multiple halts - before it reaches its final destination.  A … Continue reading The Art of Writing Orders in Civil Cases

MentorSpeak – Bharat Chugh in conversation with Debosmita

Had a great time chatting with Debosmita Nandy (MentorSpeak), who, btw, is doing an extraordinary job helping law students/young lawyers navigate the profession better. A free-wheeling conversation on books, reading law, justice, writing, publishing legal columns, life of a young judge, partner-ing at a law firm, counsel practice, and a lot more...... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjlbQT4E-_A&feature=emb_logo

Some Thoughts on Answer Writing and a Model Answer (DJS)…

A lot of you have written to me - the past few weeks, seeking guidance on answer writing. The importance of writing better and more clearly cannot be emphasised enough. This is the area where one can get a cutting edge; this is important given the fact that most of us have access to broadly … Continue reading Some Thoughts on Answer Writing and a Model Answer (DJS)…

A MasterClass on The Art of Judgment Writing for young judges and judiciary aspirants

“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. This is precisely what I would be accused of doing, given the fact that I no longer serve as a judge myself and consequently don’t write … Continue reading A MasterClass on The Art of Judgment Writing for young judges and judiciary aspirants