Our Tiger Cubs are law students and paralegals who are determined to carve out legal careers of their own.
While we cannot give a home to every aspiring young lawyer (much as we would like to, believe us!) we can provide opportunities for trainees to flex their writing muscles and gain experience of publishing blogs, articles and creating talking points for our videos.
We hope that the experience has been valuable and we are proud to showcase our Cubs here so that they can show off about the work that they’ve done!
We wish them the best of luck in their legal careers.
TIGER CUB BLOG POSTS
Top 7 Legal Writing Tips for Paralegals Writing is an important tool for all paralegals. The power of words can be used to advocate, inform, persuade, and instruct. Though legal writing/drafting is a task exclusively done by qualified lawyers in general but in the present scenario, we can see that most of the lawyers pass their work on to their paralegals. Therefore, it becomes necessary for a paralegal to have excellent writing skills. Though legal writing or drafting takes
“It’s not ‘He Said She Said’ if I’ve got proof!”: Recording conversations at work and its legality. In employment law issues, it can be said that employees, especially those who end up as litigants-in-person before the Employment Appeals Tribunals (EAT) are often found to be the weaker party in the case. This is due to the fact of the lack of legal knowledge in terms of procedure and black letter law when filing a claim. The challenge in a
2020 has been one of the toughest years for people in all industries. The global pandemic has not only impacted those in the working world, but especially fresh graduates who are striving to up-skill during multiple lockdowns to prove that they are ‘worthy’ of an employer’s approval. More often than not, we see ‘entry-level’ jobs being posted on LinkedIn by recruiters or job search websites that have contradicting pre-requisites. These job postings made little to no sense to me. How