Webinar on “How to Write a Legal Fiction and Book Reading Session”: Jus Corpus


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Jus Corpus is a double-blind peer-reviewed Interdisciplinary E-Journal that provides a platform to students, academicians, scholars, professors & professionals in the fields of law and management to publish their Articles, Blogs, Case Comments, Research Papers, etc. in the different volumes and Blog section.

Jus Corpus aims to bring various aspects and chains of Law under a single umbrella and provide services to the Law students. The inspiration was derived from the ever-growing need of the Law Students. We offer Online Internship opportunities to Law Students as Law Researchers, Content Writers, and Editors, etc.


Adv. Saurabh Bagaria (Advocate, Calcutta High Court)

Mr. Bagaria completed his LL.B. from the University of Pune post which he pursued his LL.M from the University of Warwick specializing in International Economic Laws. He was awarded the “South East Asian Scholarship” from the University of Warwick to pursue his LL.M. course. After having completed his legal education he started his legal practice in Kolkata. His areas of practice have predominantly been tax and allied laws including income tax, transfer pricing, GST, excise, customs, service tax, anti-dumping to name a few. Over the years he has been able to achieve considerable market outreach with clients both from the private as well as the public sector. He is also a regular panelist in the Union Budget discussions at various forums and several cases argued by him have been reported in leading law reports throughout the country. He has authored a Legal Fiction Book “Money Gone” – A Thriller.


The topic of the Webinar: “How to Write a Legal Fiction and Book Reading Session”

Date: August 08, 2021

Timing: 6:00 pm (onwards)

Venue: YouTube Live

Channel: Jus Corpus 

Registration Link: https://forms.gle/Z8Frftxpto3hgjBv5 

PERKS: E-Certificates to all the Attendees.


For any query feel free to reach: support@juscorpus.com

1 reply »

  1. Legal fiction can’t be matched with fiction writing with ideal plots and speculations. Rather legal fiction is based on true incidence and it’s significant impact on justice delivery system remain ever lasting as prominent factor to be mentioned or refered to. There can’t be situations which create possibilities of constitutional or legal conflicts without it’s actual existence on ground. Thus legal world being real world can’t have fictional substitution.


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