“It is a common practice in India to refer to a lawyer with a capital “J” when talking about his job,” writes Anil Mehta. “This is the practice of referring to lawyers as “J” – instead of using the lowercase ‘J’.
According to this practice, a lawyer can refer to himself in an informal way (and not in a formal way) as J.
The practice of referring to lawyers as J is common in India, but it is also becoming increasingly common in the US as well. In the US, such informal usage of the term J is seen in some courts.
Lawyers in India are usually referred to as J. The practice of referring to lawyers as J is still prevalent in India too and will be more prevalent in the US where it is one less letter in the alphabet.
I think this practice is pretty good. It makes the lawyers in the firms seem more approachable and approachable. It is also a good practice for lawyers to know their clients so they can do their job better.
J: the lawyer who performs legal services and is paid through the legal profession. The practice of referring to lawyers as J is very common around the world. It is one less letter in the alphabet.
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The practice of using the name “J” in law firms in India is also common. However, the practice of assigning J’s to lawyers is not common. In fact, this practice is one of the biggest reasons why Indian lawyers end up working for “unqualified” or “unlicensed” firms in the country.
So what’s the problem here? Why is it that some people think that if they are named J, they are entitled to work for a certain firm in India? The answer is that even though some legal firms have these vacancies, many lawyers in India don’t use these names. In fact, many of these firms don’t have Js at all. They refer to their clients by their full names, which is fine.
In many ways, this practice is a good thing. It keeps the names of the clients from being used by the unqualified law firms in the country. It also keeps the lawyers from being known by the unqualified firms. Because if the name of the client is used, then that person goes to a certain firm with that client, and that firm has to pay a certain fee to the firm who has the client.