What you must know about Judicial Services- Part II

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In Part-I we have understood the difference between Judge & a Magistrate. Now we will learn about the skills needed to become a Judge.

Professional Skills needed to become a Judge:

As we all know that A Judge is the head and preside over all the hearings and trials held in the court. He is the one who is supposed to do justice while keeping the rights of both parties. This is a very difficult task and needs extraordinary skills to judge someone.

Professionally, A Judge is a lawyer who has practiced for more than 7 years in any court.

Degree – Bachelor’s degree in Law and Juris Doctorate (required).

License- State-specific license to practice law.

Experience At least 7 years Lawyer experience generally required.

Interpersonal Skills need to become a Judge:

  1. Unbiased
  2. Decision maker
  3. Good listener
  4. Must be very patient as the arguments are to have listened very gently without being annoyed.
  5. Confident to prove his decisions right.
  6. Honest 
  7. Intelligence to make great decisions.
  8. Must value morals.

These skills will take a person to become a supreme power-A Judge. If you possess a dream to become a judge, practice these skills and absorb them in your personality.

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Important Alert!!

Beware Judiciary aspirants:

This is to inform you all that few institutions and individuals are making false claims about our senior faculty members ie: Prof Veer Singh, Prof R.S Grewal, Prof Gurpal singh and other faculty members that they are teaching in their institutes which is an absolute lie. Each and every faculty members of Divine Institute is teaching in Divine only.So before joining these institutions ask for a demo lecture by these senior faculty members to safeguard yourself from such scams.
Few institutes are also making wrong claim that they are the part of Divine Group. We have no other Judiciary coaching institute other than Divine Institute for Judicial Services.
So be aware and enquire properly if you found such wrong claims.

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