M.K. Gandhis The Law & The Lawyers

Author Name: Maj Gen (Prof) Nilendra Kumar; Neha Chaturvedi

ISBN: 9789351439431

Edition: 1st

Language: English

Publication Year: 2016

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Binding: Hardback

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (2 Oct 1869-30 Jan 1948) led India's freedom struggle. He inspired movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. Gandhi studied law at the Inner Temple and was called to the Bar in June 1891. He practiced law in India and South Africa. He spent 21 years in South Africa. Gandhi was a prolific writer and an impressive public speaker. He contributed extensively for the Indian Opinion, Young India and Harijan. His autobiography "The Story of My Experiments with Truth", first published in 1927, is designated as one of the '100 Best Spiritual Book of the 20th Century.' This book will be a guide to law professionals, academic and students as a lesson plan to develop attributes of a lawyer. They will see examples helpful to cultivate, build, develop and maintain relationships with clients. Importance of honesty, integrity and pro-activity benefits that flow from attention to detail. Illustrations would assist in clear and effective legal writings. Gandhi's lucid, erudite and analytical prose will be useful as a model to young students. This would train them to also acquire desired professional ethics apart from effective court craft and examination skill. His participation in various movements may inspire many emerge as civil rights activist. They can draw useful lessons in the art of negotiation and other traits so as to operate effectively in a competitive professional world.


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