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Free and Open Webinar on Understanding the First Information Report (FIR) by Lawctopus Law School [Nov 13, Saturday, 5:30-7 PM]: Register Now!

Lawctopus Law School presents an open and free webinar on ‘Understanding the First Information Report’ to help law students and young practising lawyers understand the procedures associated with a First Information Report and handling situations of crisis in the initial stages of criminal litigation. 

About Lawctopus Law School

Conceptualized and kick-started in May 2019, and formally launched in March 2020, Lawctopus Law School has taught a wide range of skills to over 5500 law students, young lawyers, professionals, academicians, and business people in the last 18 months. Over 300 students have rated our courses and the average rating is 91/100 (we are open to independent review) and calls our online courses a ‘warm’ learning experience!

Our courses on Legal Research and Writing, Contract Drafting and Negotiation, Litigation Basics, ODR, IPRs (with separate modules too for Trademarks, Copyrights, and Patents), and Mooting have transformed how people look at legal education and online legal education. Our free and open webinars have been attended by over 20,000 people.

This has meant wide-ranging industry recognition with tie-ups with law firms like Surana and Surana, Sujata Choudhari IP Attorneys, publishers like Oakbridge, industry bodies like Delhi Management Association, etc. We were also shortlisted for the Agami Prize 2020.

About the Webinar

The registration of a First Information Report (FIR) marks the incipience of any criminal litigation process and sets it in motion. Needless to say, an FIR is of the utmost importance in the criminal justice mechanism. 

To shed more light on the subject, Lawctopus Law School brings to you a free and open webinar on ‘Understanding the First Information Report’ in which our expert panellist will give you an insight into the procedures associated with FIRs and handling situations of crisis in the initial stages of criminal litigation.

Key Takeaways from the Webinar

  • What is a First Information Report (FIR)?
  • When can the police register an FIR?
  • What are the remedies available if the police refuse to register an FIR?
  • Understanding the mechanism of a private complaint to a Magistrate.
  • First hand perspective of our expert panelist regarding how to handle different situations of crisis in the initial stages of criminal litigation. 

Click here to register for the webinar.

To ensure that the session is informative as well as interactive, participants can ask questions during the webinar.

Details of the Webinar

  • Date: 13th November 2021
  • Timings: 5:30 PM – 7 PM IST
  • Venue: Zoom
  • Fee: Free

Certificates: No certificates will be provided. Please attend for your knowledge and insights.

Perks

Attendees who attend the complete webinar sincerely shall be emailed a free 6-page E-book on the stages of Criminal Proceedings.

Who should Attend?

If you are a law student, or a young lawyer, who wishes to gain an in-depth understanding of the procedures associated with FIRs.

About the Speakers

Anuj Chauhan
Anuj Chauhan

Anuj Chauhan is a practising advocate with over 5 years of experience in the field of litigation (both civil and criminal) before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, Hon’ble Delhi High Court, District Courts, and Tribunals.

He is currently an empaneled with SDMC for the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi. He has represented his clients in writ petitions (both civil and criminal), criminal appeals, revision petitions, transfer petitions, service matters, contempt petitions, R.F.A. (Civil), etc. Apart from being a lawyer, Mr. Chauhan also holds an MBA in International Business.

The last 20 minutes of the webinar will comprise an orientation segment for Lawctopus Law School’s course on Litigation Basics: Navigating Cases and Files.

Click here to register for the webinar.

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