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Chandika says that studying law helps people to identify what is right and what is not, although there are times at which they make right things appear wrong and wrong things appear right. With law studies, they acquire the skills to focus on issues which help them to deal effectively with the various clients and their varying situations. While practicing law, barristers are exposed to situations which can either be good or bad. They see innocent people becoming victim of crime and assault. This further enables them to see the world in a different way. Chandika more writes in her email that through the law degree people will be able to make better decisions and choices. They will have the ability to analyze information and take appropriate action to solve issues. Barristers have to make choices everyday and it becomes a responsibility for them to make sure that they are making the right choices. In other words, they learn their responsibilities and rights. After practicing for some years under some great solicitors, they can even practice law and deal with legal matters from home in their own time.
Chandika is our regular reader from Patna. She is doing Law from Patna Law College. Patna Law College, located on the bank of the holy river Ganges, is premier institution of Law in India, having the status of one the oldest institutions for legal studies in Country. Patna Law College was established in 1909. Chandika more tells that the Patna Law College has a glorious past and rosy future. It is well known for producing legal luminaries of National & International repute. It has the privilege of producing two Chief Justices of India and a galaxy of Supreme Court and High Court Judges.