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What Will You Get:

  • 50+ Videos on 2023 and 2024 Judgments
  • 50+ Analytical Case Breakdowns
  • Assessment on Every Topic
  • 12 Monthly Legal Developments
  • The Course will get updated on an ongoing basis
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Most Important Judgments of 2023 and 2024

Last year, the Supreme Court of India delivered 1071 judgments, sounds minuscule in the plethora of cases, right? But NOT for Students in Law Schools & beyond. When preparing for exams, many get confused about which cases to focus on & which to skip. But don't worry, we've got you covered! Kindly read the full offer page to know how you can stay ahead of the game with the help of this course.

 5 Modules  Certificate  Assessment
₹ 4999.00 ₹ 2999.00 Enroll Now

What Will You Get:

  • 50+ Videos on 2023 and 2024 Judgments
  • 50+ Analytical Case Breakdowns
  • Assessment on Every Topic
  • 12 Monthly Legal Developments
  • The Course will get updated on an ongoing basis

Interactive Videos

Case Analysis

Live Sessions

Course Outline

Why this Course?

What makes a judgment challenging to understand? We know the pain points:

1. Various Sources

2. Lengthy Judgments

3. Picking out the relevant parts

4. Complex language used

How do we solve them?

1. All the judgments in one place

2. Short, precise and to-the-point analysis

3. Infographics and mind maps for all the relevant information

4. No legal jargon, easy-to-understand language 

We make it all easy by doing the background work for you so you only get what's essential!

Course Syllabus

  1. Introduction to the Course
  2. What to Expect?
  1. Abrogation of Article 370
  2. Kaushal Kishore Judgment
  3. Shiv Sena Judgment
  4. NCT Delhi Judgment
  5. Election Commission Judgment
  6. Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage Judgment
  7. Same-sex marriage Judgment
  8. Media One Judgment
  9. Demonetisation Judgment
  10. Manual Scavenging Judgment
  1. Adani-Hindenburg Judgment
  2. SC Verdict on Electoral Bonds
  1. Jallikattu Judgment
  2. Coal India Judgment
  1. January 2024

Who should take this course?

1. LLM Aspirants (CLAT, AILET, CUET, etc.)

2. Undergraduate Law Students (3 or 5-year LLB program)

3. Preliminary Exam Takers (NET, Civil Judge, Law Officers)*

* The Course only covers the judgments and does not claim to have exhaustive coverage needed for the overall preparation of these exams.