A person who studies law stated as a lawyer whereas a person who practices law termed as advocate seems to have a bit different but on the way works in the same where advocates earn and they got an opportunity to earn well( obviously after years of practice and hard work ), where a person who studies law they didn't? ( maybe they won't get an opportunity or maybe there are no opportunities for them to earn to learn) they have to do an internship under the practicing advocate they have to learn how the courts work in real life.
That's quite good to learn but they won't be able to earn. how will they survive for long in learning everything? and what would they gain without getting pay? what are they working for? what will they do? a lot of questions but it will end in one quote "a good advocate should have patience". we are following the trend where we are changing but when the theory will change if a law student applies for any job they require work experience if every company want the experience where will they get the experience look-alike a person holding the starting point and following the path withholding another end of the path. It is justice to upcoming lawyers or justice for upcoming lawyers? Maybe it's true or maybe it's just a myth.
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