ABOUT THE COURSE
The Supreme Court and the High Courts can issue various types of directions, orders or warrants. These directions, orders or warrants are called writs. A petition to issue a writ can be filed under Article 32 of the Indian Constitution in the Supreme Court of India and under Article 226 in any of the High Courts. Writ petitions play a crucial role in various cases relating to enforcement of fundamental rights and also in public interest litigation. It is very important for a lawyer to know the proper way of drafting a writ petition and also the relevant law governing the facts and procedures.
This course will enable you to precisely draft writ petitions. The course will also deliver an insight on the fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution of India and the role of writ petitions to enforce such fundamentals rights. The legal drafting part in this course will be delivered with the use of videos and hypothetical facts and drafting exercises.
All student in the course will get access to legal job and internship opportunities through the RostrumLegal Careers Forum.
The student successfully completing this course will be able to draft a writ petition; will know about the various type of writs and the jurisdiction of courts; will be able to apply legal reasoning on facts to draft and file a writ petition as a lawyer in the near future.
HOW DOES IT WORKS?
Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring prerecorded videos, quizzes and assignments.
Clear doubts by directly messaging the course instructors. Connect with other learners and debate ideas, discuss course material and get help mastering concepts.
Each course is assessed on the basis of online assignments and online quizzes which can be taken from home anytime during the course.
Earn official recognition for your work on the completion of assessment tasks. An online certificate will be added to your profile on course completion.
Course Duration: 3 Months
Mode of Study: Online
Number of Modules: Five
Mode of Assessment: Online Test
Type of Questions: Objective
Duration of Test: 1 Hour
Passing Criteria: Score 50% Marks
Course Certificate: Online/PDF