"The law is not stationary. I always say there are two kinds of lawyers – those who simply follow the law as it is and those who look beyond the existing judgments and make new law"

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Mr. Jamshed Pesi Cama

Senior Counsel Mr. Jamshed Pesi Cama, of the Bombay High Court, in a candid conversation with Legal Era delves into the initial years of his career including his time at Government Law College, Mumbai....

He shares his views and experiences on labour practices and laws, the nature of the bar and imparts advice to young advocates intending to get into counsel practice including the women advocates and much more. Read on…

Legal Era (LE): How did you decide to join the legal profession?

Senior Counsel Mr. Jamshed Pesi Cama (JP): It was a gut feeling of sorts. All my heroes were legal luminaries. Also I enjoyed arguing and so decided to take up law.

LE: Tell us something about your time at college.

JP: Undergraduate or law?

LE: Law. You were at Government Law College, Mumbai?

JP: Yes. College was good. We hardly attended lectures. We bunked a lot and then, at exam time we studied from the Jhabvala series.

LE: So GLC was the same back then also?

JP: Yes. It appears to be so.

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