This test series is designed to help the students who are are interested to write Legal Aptitude Exams
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This test series is designed to help the students who are are interested to write Legal Aptitude Exams (CLAT, SLAT, DULLB, LawCET) for studying LLB. The primary objective of this course is create an interest in study of Law and make them able to give confident attempt for various UG level Law Entrance Exams.
1. Learners who seek admission in Law Universities 2. Learners who want to improve the knowledge in Contract Act, Law of Torts, Criminial Law, MarriageAct, Indian Constitution
Prepares the learners to give a confident attempt for upcoming CLAT Exam by providing appropriate coaching.
Practice tests make a learner mastered in the topics and encourage them to focus on future while, learning the weak areas.
Practice tests can reduce learners’ exam anxiety or fear, making them better at performing examination.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What are the steps in legal reasoning?
Lawyers engage in five types of legal reasoning. Lawyers base their arguments on rules, analogies, policies, principles, and customs. Rule-based reasoning relies on the use of syllogisms, or arguments based on formal logic. A syllogism consists of a major premise, a minor premise, and a conclusion.
2. Why is legal reasoning important?
Legal reasoning is a method of thought and argument used by lawyers and judges when applying legal rules to specific interactions among legal persons. ... It is here that the court gives reason for its legal ruling, and it helps other courts, lawyers and judges to use and follow the ruling in subsequent proceedings
3. What is aesthetic reasoning?
Aesthetic Reasoning. ... Judgment about art is made when an appeal to aesthetic reasoning is exercised to defend or criticize value statements, using one or more of the eight value principles. One, objects are aesthetically valuable if they have a meaning or teach something true
4. What is a legal question in a case?
In law, a question of law, also known as a point of law, is a question that must be answered by applying relevant legal principles to interpretation of the law. ... They thus may refer a case back to a lower court to re-apply the law and answer any fact-based evaluations based on their answer on the application of the law.
5. Why Being a lawyer is awesome?
The law profession can be a great source of inspiration, opportunity and personal success. ... Whether it's through financial opportunity, transferable skills, diversity of career opportunity, or through societal change – the law profession comes with enormous advantages.
6. What is the major purpose of laws?
The law serves many purposes. Four principal ones are establishing standards, maintaining order, resolving disputes, and protecting liberties and rights.