Home Blogs, News, Advice Personal Blogs POLL: Too Many Posts on Lawctopus. Bad or Good? Blogs, News, AdvicePersonal Blogs POLL: Too Many Posts on Lawctopus. Bad or Good? By The Admin - October 9, 2013 85 5 Facebook Twitter Google+ Linkedin WhatsApp [polldaddy poll=7462934] RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR I Loved At A Time I Wasn’t Permitted To Love About Fucking Time: A Short ‘Coming Out’ Story of a Young Lawyer #KeyInsights From SCAORA’s Conference on Legal Tech-Speedy Justice, and Legal Ed 5 COMMENTS Its a good thing to have a good number of posts. Attracts a lot of people towards this website and helps in the whole process of opinion building. Moreover too much reading has never been harmful to any one. Reply its a very good thing that we have soo many posts keeping this portal ative as ever. it has become an important life line for us law students especially for those who are very new to this field and have no guidance apart from you guys trying to spring in with as many opportunities as possible. please keep up the great WORK Reply Important thing first: Lawctopus is the only web-portal [atleast for Indian Law Students] which provides all the necessary information about Moots, Internships, Online Courses, etc. etc. etc. or to put it in a better way it is Mecca for us. I still remember first year of my law school where I was like a new animal in the zoo [no offence] and searching for how a life of law-student is like in this 5-years course. And all the posts on lawctopus are in some or the other way very fruitful whether it is on drafting or court manner. It also gives us useful (sometimes life changing) content. It should be like this always. No change should be made to the BASIC STRUCTURE of the Lawctopus where the belief is sharing. Reply I love the subtle hint towards Keshavananda Bharti Judgment. Thanks! 🙂 Reply Thank you! Neeati 🙂 Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.