Adv. Gaurav Sharma: An Indian lawyer Shares his story with Mypencildotcom
Adv. Gaurav Kumar Sharma is Criminal Lawyer in Court of Northern India.
Gaurav Kumar Sharma was born on 1985 in Uttar Pradesh .He studied LL.B. PGDILD (International Law & Diplomacy) M.B.A Amity University, Sharma has been practicing in the courts of Northern India since 2009. And also member of Delhi High Court Bar Association.
Northern India’s flamboyant legal eagle took out time out to share his insights in a one to one interview at his Greater Noida office with Mypencildotcom Magazine.
MYPENCILDOTCOM: What does it take to be a good lawyer?
Gaurav Sharma: In a profession,money-making is not the important object –The point is that one has to always have the notion that the legal profession is a method of since to the public.
You must be capable when you are going to put in about 14-16 hours of work.
MYPENCILDOTCOM: What makes an honest lawyer?
Gaurav Sharma: When you appear for a client ,your duty is not only to the lawyer but also to the appellant .Morality consists not in obeying the law ,but in carrying out that which is not enforceable by the law.
MYPENCILDOTCOM: What do you want to say about current legal system?
Gaurav Sharma: India has a federal judicial system which is primarily based on mixed law i.e. based on parliamentary legislature, courtlaws, customary& religious laws as well. The Indian Judicial System is developed by judges through their decisions, orders and Judgments and lawyers good pleadings.
MYPENCILDOTCOM: What should a law student learn to start off well?
Gaurav Sharma: A lawyer who only knows the law is a mason, what you need to be is that you should be an architect.
Justice does not ultimately depend on law, it depends on facts. And the lawyer must know not only law but a smattering of everything.
History, philosophy, science, logic, languages, a lawyer must realize that ultimately advocacy consists in persuading a judge with your oral argument. The more command over language you have, the more persuasive you can be and that puts you ahead of your rivals.
MYPENCILDOTCOM: One message for mypencildotcommagazine?
Gaurav Sharma: With a little creativity and thought publishers will be able to improve their magazine‘s presence and audience considerably.