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Litigation Basics: Navigating Cases and Files

Your senior will soon say "You are my best junior/intern ever!"

Understand the practicalities court proceedings and convert bulky case files into short case notes/summaries.

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Course Duration

4 weeks

Course Starts from

December 15

Course Access until

March 15

Course Fee

₹ 2800

About the Course

This course will help you get well-versed with court proceedings, understand how to navigate through heavy files and teach you a simple process through which you can convert case files into short case notes/summaries.

The course will give you a foundation and help you cast a good impression on the judges at the time of hearing!

Become an asset to the chambers you are working/interning. Take your first step towards acing litigation as a career!

KEY FEATURES

Start: You are here! A bit confused? Excited?

Learn the basics of civil and criminal proceedings.

Understand how to navigate the E-courts website.
Learn about the differences between a judge’s file and a lawyer’s file.

Know how to read these case files easily.
Learn by doing!

Implement the learnings of the previous modules and start working on your assignment.
Submit the assignment and get feedback.

Now, you are prepared for your exciting litigation career!
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Why should you join this course?

Meet the Faculty

This course has been designed and delivered by Harshita Agarwal, Sanya Arora, Javedur Rahman, and Vikhyat Oberoi.

Vikhyat Oberoi

Graduated from the School of Law, Christ University in 2017. Vikhyat is working as an independent advocate in the Delhi HC & district courts

Vikhyat Oberoi
Faculty, Live Sessions
Sanya Arora

Graduated from the Department of Laws, Punjab University in 2018. She has experience in Civil & Commercial Litigation, and has practised in Delhi/NCR courts.

Sanya Arora
Lead Researcher and Writer, Litigation Basics
Javedur Rahman

Javedur Rahman is an Advocate-on-Record of the Supreme Court of India. He started his practice right after graduating from NUJS, Kolkata, in 2013.

Javedur Rahman
Faculty for Litigation Basics
Harshita Agarwal

Harshita Agarwal graduated from the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) and has been practicing in Delhi since then.

Harshita Agarwal
Faculty for Litigation Basics

Certificate

Complete the course and get a Completion Certificate!

Excel in your course and get a Merit Certificate too!

Learners' Feedback

Our average course rating is around 92.4% and our learners love our courses and the care we have for everyone!

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5.0/5
Adv. Utkarsh Gautam
7 yrs+ Experience.
Aug-Sept 2022
Worth every penny. Live sessions with Vikhyat sir were the soul of the entire course. Loved the way he taught us despite his busy schedule his passion to educate us is commendable.
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5.0/5
Byabang Ganga
Rajiv Gandhi University
Aug-Sept 2022
Great... the materials, the coordinator, and the resource person.
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5.0/5
Srijukta Karmakar
West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences
Aug-Sept 2022
The course was extremely helpful and engaging. I really liked how the expert took the classes and interacted with everyone. Loved his pace.

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FAQs

Learners are encouraged to read the course curriculum to evaluate if the course is for them.

You can also get in touch with our counsellor at +91 8047494091 (Ishani Patankar) for a telephonic conversation that should help you decide if a course is for you.

If you prefer email, write to us at courses@lawctopus.com

Learners may choose not to pursue the course due to multiple reasons including mismatch of expectations, time constraints, health issues, etc. Irrespective of the reason, we have a standard Refund Policy uniformly applicable to all our students. The deductions are to cover platform, logistics, operational costs and applicable taxes.

Learners will be eligible for an 80% refund within the first 7 days of registration, a 60% refund within the first 14 days of registration of any course.

 

Please write an email to llssupport@lawctopus.com mentioning your registered email address and the name and batch of the course for which you are seeking a refund. Please also mention your reason for requesting a refund.

A refund confirmation email mentioning the amount of refund will be sent within 3 days.

The refund shall be processed to your original mode of payment within 10 days of the receipt of your request.

 

The reading modules and the recorded lectures can be read and watched at any time during the duration of the course. Many industry experts, faculty members utilize these as refresher modules.

The live lectures, of course, have a set date and time which are announced within 1-2 days of the beginning of the course. If you miss a live lecture, don’t worry; you’ll be able to watch the recorded version of the same. 

The assignments have a deadline. We give ample time to all our learners to complete the course.

Yes! All our courses have some course material (reading material, recorded lectures, recorded version of the previous live lectures) available for free access. You can download the free resource from the website itself.

We also regularly organise free webinars on various topics. Many of these webinars also contain an orientation to some of our courses. 

Learners are encouraged to attend these webinars and the orientation sessions to get a sense of what Lawctopus Law School (LLS) has to offer.

Learners are encouraged to read the course curriculum to evaluate if the course is for them.

You can also get in touch with our counsellor at +91 8047494091 (Ishani Patankar) for a telephonic conversation that should help you decide if a course is for you.

If you prefer email, write to us at courses@lawctopus.com

Learners may choose not to pursue the course due to multiple reasons including mismatch of expectations, time constraints, health issues, etc. Irrespective of the reason, we have a standard Refund Policy uniformly applicable to all our students. The deductions are to cover platform, logistics, operational costs and applicable taxes.

Learners will be eligible for an 80% refund within the first 7 days of registration, a 60% refund within the first 14 days of registration of any course.

 

Please write an email to llssupport@lawctopus.com mentioning your registered email address and the name and batch of the course for which you are seeking a refund. Please also mention your reason for requesting a refund.

A refund confirmation email mentioning the amount of refund will be sent within 3 days.

The refund shall be processed to your original mode of payment within 10 days of the receipt of your request.

 

The reading modules and the recorded lectures can be read and watched at any time during the duration of the course. Many industry experts, faculty members utilize these as refresher modules.

The live lectures, of course, have a set date and time which are announced within 1-2 days of the beginning of the course. If you miss a live lecture, don’t worry; you’ll be able to watch the recorded version of the same. 

The assignments have a deadline. We give ample time to all our learners to complete the course.

Yes! All our courses have some course material (reading material, recorded lectures, recorded version of the previous live lectures) available for free access. You can download free resource from the website itself.

We also regularly organise free webinars on various topics. Many of these webinars also contain an orientation to some of our courses. 

Learners are encouraged to attend these webinars and the orientation sessions to get a sense of what Lawctopus Law School (LLS) has to offer.

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