Legal Hd Episode 64 Summary

[Brand War] Karimâs v. Kareems | Is Kareem related or associated with Delhi`s iconic Karimâs restaurant? Del HC issues instructions Devika Sharma reports Read More here – #delhihighcourt #restaurant #passingoff #trademark #deception #jamamasjid #JusticePrathibaMSingh, #kareem #karim #scconline #scc #legalnews #legalknowledge #legalblog #scconlineblog #legalupdates #lawstudent #legalresearch #legalstudies #surestwaytolegalresearch #bringingyouthebestlegalnews Judicial Review | The Delhi High Court in Swastika Ghosh v Table Tennis Federation of India, commented on judicial review, stating: “The power of judicial review in sports matters can only be exercised if there is an allegation of bad faith.” #sports #judicialreview #delhihighcourt #law #legalupdates We hope you enjoyed this week`s episode. We look forward to connecting with you on social media to further discuss developments in global and business law. This podcast was composed by Harris Bricken with executive producer Madeline Williams Music by Stephen Schmid. Tune in for another episode next week. See you soon. David: All right. And then Henry or Charlie, we also had an illegal question about anticipating possible answers or pre-wording for LR. That`s a good question. Thank you, Fred. Essentially, we have a law school that falls in Canada, you write the bars, let`s say the law school ends in the spring and the first session of the bar is in June. So you write the bar, it`s divided into two components. There is the lawyer`s examination and the bar examination.

The bar exam covers all aspects of your knowledge, litigation, civil procedure, criminal procedure, family law and ethics. You know that you have professional conduct and you also have the bar exam which deals with business-related matters such as corporate law, tax law, estate administration and real estate transfer. So you have these two exams, they went two weeks apart. And then, for your first job, fill out what`s called your statutes or law clerk statutes, according to the Law Society of Ontario. The way it works is that each province in Canada has its own regulatory body, and they dictate the licensing process. So in Ontario, we have the Law Society of Ontario, formerly known as the Law Society of Upper Canada. To become licensed in Ontario, you must complete law school, pass and pass bar exams, and complete 10 months of articling time. And as an intern, you work on an internship principle that is supposed to be your mentor-advocate, your person introducing you to the practice essentially has most of the responsibilities of a junior associate. But there are some things you can`t do. You can`t, we can`t really provide legal advice. You cannot authenticate documents without special permission. They cannot argue in court about full hearings.

You can make some applications as an articling student, but you can`t really argue for court hearings at the end of the process. At the end of the 10 months, the past year was shortened to eight months due to the pandemic and the uncertainty that had occurred. Right. What about when I graduated, so hiring for the bar exam was delayed, so they were shortened to eight months. But at the end of your articling period, your articling supervisor, your mentor-lawyer signs your legal articling and you are then a fully authorized lawyer. Thank you very much! Start your first year as a full-fledged war. New Chair: Good morning, my question, I do not know if it is legal. I would like to ask two brief questions. The first question concerns the timetable and the CR. Sometimes I noticed that in the third passage, just around the question, so after reading the passage, right around the question, I guess like 18, 19, 20, I`m running out of time. This would be my first writing. When it comes to oral arguments before the Supreme Court or a litigation bank on urgent motions or similar matters, I have always admired litigators.

It is hard work, but I admire the Appellant for his oral skills, his ability to think standing up and the way he prepares for a hearing. What you are all doing is an incredible and exceptional talent for me. I am in awe of you. It`s hard to comment on how to do better. Thank you very much. So my website is more of a source of information than a blog in itself. It has a blog component. I have a blog post so far and I have a few more in the pipeline. I just want to perfect the ones that will be here soon. And what my websites do is it uses artificial intelligence to capture the latest headlines and news in international trade law, international business law, international trade, and it organizes them into one feed, actually two separate streams, because on the one hand, we have a feed for headlines and another feed for Twitter updates, where they collect the latest news from Twitter in real time. I have a blog component of the website.

In terms of the news component of the site, I really feel like in many cases I found that in terms of international trade law, international business law, and there are a lot of newsletters out there. And I felt like they didn`t come out, you know, quite often, they`re periodical, and even the ones that came out enough were often a little sparse. What inspired me to do this was to see at the beginning that there is not really a central source where a lawyer can come and find all the information he needs on these subjects. And a source that is really kept up to date and is really always refreshing is always kept up to date. What inspired me to launch this website and the related blog component is that after graduating from law school, all my life, I have always had an interest in international business for international trade, for trade, for economics, to really learn how nations and how people interact globally through trade, And I wanted to combine my legal education with my interest in global trade and international relations. synthesize. So I started looking to see if there was a resource that was really uncompressed and had information about it. And what I found was that there were news bulletins that they were coming out, they were a little sparse, and they were coming out, you know, from time to time, and they had good analysis, but it wasn`t newsworthy enough.

And you often read things a few months after their event. I had a technical background. Before law school, I had worked in a startup where we work with AI, and we developed a system where this AI system would collect news specifically from Twitter, but all over the internet in real time, we used it for sports updates, which is very successful, we used it for updates on natural disasters. I was involved in quality control, I ensured the proper functioning of this machine. So I became quite intimate with her. After studying law, I had the idea to apply what I was doing before law school to my interest in international trade law and international business law. And so far, the reception has been excellent. And I`m really excited about it. And I`m very excited to really expand the blog component. As I mentioned earlier, I have a blog post and I came more, you know, in general blog about anything I find interesting, you know, could be principles of international trade law I could write about development in legal development only current events, really anything that arouses my interest at that time, So yes, thank you. Thank you for answering that question. Yes, my website is commercially

This is the website, you can enter Google`s commercial law report calmly and you will find our feed, which is constantly updated with the latest news on international trade and international business law and related topics. There are actually two feeds on Twitter and one with posts. And we`re curious to see where that will take us. As for books and other resources that I found interesting, I actually have two books that I read recently that I really liked. The first is therefore an issue related to international trade law in a book entitled World Trade Law by Simon Lester, Brian Mercurio and Earl Davies.