02 Lawmakers are the founders and Constitution Makers
Lawmakers or Law students are the ones who framed the basic document of any country that is the constitution, which represents the heart and soul of any country. The Law school graduates are responsible for making, amending and even executing every word mentioned in the Constitution. They are the sole bodies to resolve the issue in case of any disruptions too, if it may arise.
03 Renowned and dignified career.
One of the respectable career options, with the history of change makers in every country,representing this field.
04 Responsible for Smooth working of Judiciary.
Apart from framing the body of legislatures that is the Law Colleges, Universities or in the whole the Bar Council, or the legal Fraternity; the concerned people and system is also responsible for the smooth working of The Supreme, law passing and making entities and for redressals. This complete system is effective because of the learning and knowledge being imparted from generations, which paves the way to look forward.
05 Have the power to punish the unjust.
The Power to save and punish an individual, or an entity is solely the work of these law institutions based on formulated laws, some abrupt behaviour and the core body “Constitution”. No other field of personnel has any say in making any decision regarding the same.
06 Proper procedures and code of conduct.
This field of study has a separate base of procedure and conduct. And to the very core it even manages the core consist of the entire nation and international countries too, which are a part of this world.
07 Every dispute must include a Lawyer.
All the penal codes, cases, and other legal actions can only be performed under the supervision of an authentic legal entity. Hence to have a say in any legal proceedings, or to have any power in court or legislative affairs, regarding any rights, property disputes, marriage quarrels or others, yours say will be counted only if you are eligible for the same.
08 Respectable Dress Code.
There is a separate code of formal dress up for a courtroom. The lawyer and even the judiciary(the judge) have separate uniforms, pre approved by their fraternity.
09 Leaders of the past and Politicians.
Generally, the politicians and the ruling leaders are someone who has proper knowledge about the laws, rules and regulations and any conduct of the organization is thus a good career option for any individual.
10 Human is Human because of knowledge of law.
We are only humans because of our nature of following some basic principles and rules. And this area proves that we are civilized enough so we can live with each other in harmony and mutual coordination because of some basic human rights already stated.
11 Equality and Freedom.
All the countries follow some basic laws which are stated in their prime book. The basis of these rules is equality and freedom for everyone. These are the basic indexes around which all laws and rights are formulated.
12 Professional Body
Like other professional bodies, this profession has a fraternity too, which can cancel the licences of the lawyers or disbar them, on grounds of fraud, felony, substance abuse, abuse of public office, or “conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice.”
13 Removal of Judiciary- the supreme court judges
It is the toughest job in the country to remove a Supreme court Judge. Even the majority in both the houses must follow some other procedures to even try to make amendments in such postings. Such is the power of a supreme court judge.
14 No unfair means are acceptable.
Since law as a profession is based on the removal of unfair practises and building a society on grounds of fair practices, it preaches the same kind of behaviour to all the concerned entities through its institutions i.e courts or other judiciaries
1. Justice has always evoked the idea of equality, of proportion of compensation. In short, justice is another name of liberty, equality and fraternity.
By Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, Chairman of the Constitution drafting committee
2. Ethics is knowing the difference between what you have a right to do and what is right to do. By Potter Stewart
3. “While in Bombay, I began, on one hand, my study of Indian law and, on the other, my experiments in dietetics in which Virchand Gandhi, a friend, joined me. My brother, for his part, was trying his best to get me briefs. The study of India law was a tedious business. The Civil Procedure Code I could in no way get on with. Not so however, with the Evidence Act. Virchand Gandhi was reading for the Solicitor's Examination and would tell me all sorts of stories about Barristers and Vakils.” By Mahatma Gandhi