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Why cracking the Advocate-on-Record exam is HARD but doable now

Every litigator dreams of practicing in the highest court of India one day. However, that is easier said than done. 

In order to file cases at the Supreme Court, it is important to crack the Advocate-on-Record Exam (AoR Exam). 

The exam is not an easy one – approximately 650 candidates gave the exam in 2018, and only 19% cleared it.   

For any aspirant, there are enough classmates, colleagues and seniors who say how difficult it is to crack the Advocate-on-Record (AoR) exam. 

Most AoR candidates last attempted an exam four years before, in college. The mindset of studying meticulously for an exam is no longer fresh. 

Managing studies alongside practice makes the task even more difficult.

Candidates also do not know how to start studying for the examination, when to start and what strategy to follow to clear the examination. 

There is no formal training available, except for a lecture series organized at Supreme Court premises. 

If you are not practicing at the Supreme Court, it can be difficult to attend such training, even if you are in Delhi. 

This is why so few candidates are able to seriously attempt the AoR exam. This is why the dream to practice in the Supreme Court remains a dream for most lawyers. 

In addition to that the fear of establishing a successful practice as a first generation Supreme Court lawyer is constantly lingering over their head. 

Do you want to learn how to establish a Supreme Court practice, even if you are not from Delhi? 

Do you want to learn how to crack the AoR exam and become an Advocate on Record? 

Do you want to perform Supreme Court work for your practice?  Do you want to stand out amongst other lawyers for your clients?

We are conducting a three day bootcamp on Supreme Court Practice from 10th-12th April to address how to clear the AoR exam. The timing will be 6pm to 9 pm. 

Register here:

For those who have already registered, Congratulations!

 You have taken the first step towards realising your dreams. See you there at the bootcamp

The bootcamp will be conducted by Ramanuj Mukherjee (CEO & Co-Founder, LawSikho), Abhyuday Agarwal (COO & Co-Founder, LawSikho) and Yash Vijayvargiya (Content Head, LawSikho).

What we will cover over 3 days: 

Day 1: Ambition and goal-setting 

What are the advantages of being a Supreme Court lawyer? 

What are the myths about Supreme Court practice that prevent young lawyers from starting Supreme Court practice?

How can lawyers from district courts, tribunals and High Courts build a Supreme Court practice? How can lawyers outside Delhi build a Supreme Court practice? 

We will also conduct a review of the exam, past years’ paper and eligibility criteria. 

Day 2: Strategy Creation

We will discuss roadblocks faced by candidates, strategy creation, common preparation mistakes, how to take notes, how to create a daily study plan, what resources and books you need to procure, how to measure progress, how many mocks to attempt, etc.

Day 3: Execution 

We will discuss how to stick to your study plan, how to practice for each subject, how to create a roadmap, develop your handwriting speed, what happens after you clear the AoR exam, how to build your face value and branding, backup options if you do not clear the exam, etc.

We guarantee you that what you will learn in this bootcamp is not available anywhere else, both online and offline. 

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