S.P Jain

About Self : Entering in the Law field is a unique feature which gives immense pleasure and satisfaction to be the part of this 'Royal Profession'. But there is lot of difference between the academic and practical aspects of law and after becoming part of legal profession, one finds it difficult to become familiar with the court proceedings. The court work relates to drafting of suits/petitions, examination of witnesses, advancing arguments etc. This is the stage where good guidance is very necessary, to make them (debutants) familiar with the practical aspect of law such as interpretation of law, preparation of briefs, accumulation of head notes of the judgments allowing them to tailor it to their needs and put it to some meaningful use. During the last 30 years of my practice as a professional, I have felt requirement of proper guidance for new entrants to give them direction, tell them about the intricacies of law & how to present themselves before the courts along with drafting of briefs, analysis and interpretation of law. Also there was a need to boost them with confidence, develop in them the qualities such as punctuality, discipline and hard work. With this Objective Our Team have worked sincerely and have put in strenuous efforts to realise this dream and hence we established 'Law Curators' with an objective to groom such persons to bright shining diamonds so they may feel themselves as confident individuals and may face the challenges of legal world in an extraordinary manner. All around efforts are made to create full legal awareness about law and their overall personality developments. Regular seminar, workshops, moot courts, interaction sessions, debates etc. are organised to inculcate in them the confidence for their best future in legal field. I wish all the students must achieve their desired goal in an exclusive manner so that our society may get benefited out of it

Biography : Entering in the Law field is a unique feature which gives immense pleasure and satisfaction to be the part of this 'Royal Profession'. But there is lot of difference between the academic and practical aspects of law and after becoming part of legal profession, one finds it difficult to become familiar with the court proceedings. The court work relates to drafting of suits/petitions, examination of witnesses, advancing arguments etc. This is the stage where good guidance is very necessary, to make them (debutants) familiar with the practical aspect of law such as interpretation of law, preparation of briefs, accumulation of head notes of the judgments allowing them to tailor it to their needs and put it to some meaningful use. During the last 30 years of my practice as a professional, I have felt requirement of proper guidance for new entrants to give them direction, tell them about the intricacies of law & how to present themselves before the courts along with drafting of briefs, analysis and interpretation of law. Also there was a need to boost them with confidence, develop in them the qualities such as punctuality, discipline and hard work. With this Objective Our Team have worked sincerely and have put in strenuous efforts to realise this dream and hence we established 'Law Curators' with an objective to groom such persons to bright shining diamonds so they may feel themselves as confident individuals and may face the challenges of legal world in an extraordinary manner. All around efforts are made to create full legal awareness about law and their overall personality developments. Regular seminar, workshops, moot courts, interaction sessions, debates etc. are organised to inculcate in them the confidence for their best future in legal field. I wish all the students must achieve their desired goal in an exclusive manner so that our society may get benefited out of it


STUDY KHAZANA is an e-treasure of knowledge and education with one aim of upbringing the level of education all over the India. In the journey of more than 25 years with 150 centers across the India we discovered that many student are out of the reach of proper education due to poverty.

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