There are some books on legal issues in India, which potrayed the facts and legal matters in such an intersting manner that withouh much efforrts, you will love this topic. If you want to understand the Indian Judiciary & judicial structure in a fantastic way, there are books one should read. Aspiring law professionals in India, before entering into law school, can read these books for better understanding of the profession. Those who are already in law school, may also need some non curriculum books as a breather and a ‘motivator to read formal books’. We have created a list of must read books for for you which will be updated time to time.
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Best & must read Indian legal books for law school students, Lawyers and professionals
Before Memory Fades isn’t only a book, yet an exemplary bit of craftsmanship. It is a critique on the most significant court cases like Shankari Prasad, Sajjan Singh, Golaknath, Keshavananda Bharti etc, which laid the essential premise of the Indian Constitution. This life account gives a brief understanding of the National Emergency declared in 1975. During that time he was the Additional Solicitor General of India.
The best piece of this book is that it is free from complex legal language and insider abbreviations that could be understood by only core legal professionals. We all can easily understand it. A very fulfilling read that briefs our legal framework through contextual analyses of intelligently chosen 10 most significant cases in India.
Well, there are two books on the life of Nani Palkhiwala are there in this list. But, believe me you won’t resist yourself from reading both.
Mr. Nani A. Palkhivala is regarded as one of the best lawyers, India has ever produced. His life is a teacher in itself for all legal professionals. Mr. M. V. Kamath, through this book, made Nani alive by telling the story of his life in an impressive manner. His courage, intellect, brilliance and knowledge was unmatchable.
This book is written on the legend of Indian legal system, who excelled his profession. Great book for future lawyers, who can see how Nani Palkhiwala protected Indian constitution fearlessly. Legal professionals, students and to be lawyers, all will be inspired by his extraordinary work.
Must read book for aspiring and young legal professionals in India. This book is a significant tale into the life’s of individuals who set a benchmark in law profession and how their way of thinking helped them in attaining growth. It helps legal aspirants in conquering numerous difficulties looked by them.
Impressive narrative and a kind of semi auto-biography of a lawyer, who started his career from Tis Hazari court in Delhi. In his book, ‘Legal Confidential’, Ranjeev Dubey very interestingly uncovered the corruption in trial courts of India. At many times he made fun of himself, that quite original idea and not very popular approach by legal book writers. It’s an interesting and a must read book for young lawyers.