Writing is looked at as an inherent quality that law students are presumed to be born with, or acquired in the course of their law degree.
If one took a survey of the basic challenges that a law student needs to face on an everyday basis, you will get to know how pivotal writing is to each of these challenges.
Right from class notes, to projects which should pass the plagiarism check, from moot memos to research papers, judgment writing competitions to case analysis, it looks like a legal degree is designed to be a writing task on an everyday basis.
What makes the situation worse, is that every recruiter is looking at the CV from the same perspective.
Here are some of the common questions that a law recruiter asks:
- How many research papers have you published to date?
- What were the projects that you undertook during your law school?
- Can you draft a contract? What are the standard clauses of a contract?
- How many moots have you participated in? Did you win anything in any moot?
The emphasis on writing as a quintessential trait that a lawyer must possess has taken a toll on may law students of the country. If you look at the statistics as per this article, not even 40% of the law students are not able to land up in half a decent job.
The recruiters are not hesitant to say, that this is primarily because the quality of the CV does not meet our requirements.
If more than 90% of the CV composition is based on writing tasks, isn’t it a wrong expectation to have from every law student alike. An expectation of everyone having a flair for writing?
The flag bearers of traditional law schools argue, that this imparting practical education to the law students.
However, the inherent problem with this argument is manifold.
First, not every law student is designed to grasp and write the way others can.
Secondly, if you look at the practical world, most of the filings are based on the already existing memo’s on the same set of laws, the contracts have their templates, and the case notes are extracts of articles available.
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