Trainee

Vikram Singh

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Mr Vikram Singh is a skilled legal professional working as a Trainee in our organisation. he completed his LLB, showcasing his commitment to academic excellence. vikram is currently gaining practical experience and expanding his expertise in various areas of law.

 This practical exposure will provide him with valuable perspectives on the nuances of banking law and enhance his skill in effectively manoeuvring through intricate legal structures.

Qualifications:

Having successfully achieved his LLB degree, Vikram showcases his elevated proficiency in the realm of law. his academic foundation equips him with a thorough comprehension of legal fundamentals and their real-world implementations. he has good knowledge and Holds on legal terms.

Areas of Expertise:

Vikram has developed expertise in various legal areas, including:

PASS ACT:

Vikram possesses hands-on involvement in addressing issues concerning the Prevention of Atrocities against Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (PASS) Act. he has been actively engaged in extending legal support to victims and striving to promote justice and parity in such cases.

Matrimonial Disputes:

vikram has a keen interest in matrimonial disputes, which include cases such
as divorce, child custody, alimony, and property division. he strives to protect his client’s rights and achieve fair and amicable resolutions.

Domestic Violence Act:

Vikram exhibits a deep understanding of the stipulations within the Domestic Violence Act, offering legal assistance to individuals affected by such situations and actively contributing to efforts aimed at thwarting and rectifying instances of domestic violence.

Consumer Act:

Vikram provides legal representation to clients involved in consumer disputes, helping
they seek compensation for unfair trade practices, product defects, or deficient services.

Skills:
Vikram possesses a diverse range of skills that contribute to his effectiveness as a legal professional, including:

Proficiency in Microsoft Word:

Vikram is skilled in using Microsoft Word for drafting legal documents,
including contracts, agreements, and correspondence, and have great research skills.

Legal Research:

Vikram has strong research acumen, enabling him to conduct thorough and
comprehensive legal research to support his cases and provide informed advice to clients.

Document Preparation:

Vikram excels in preparing accurate and well-structured legal documents,
ensuring they meet the required standards and effectively convey the intended message.

Client Interaction:

Vikram possesses excellent interpersonal skills and engages with clients in a
professional and empathetic manner, understanding their concerns and providing appropriate legal guidance.

Analytical Thinking:

Vikram demonstrates analytical thinking, allowing him to assess complex legal
situations, identify key issues, and develop effective strategies to address them.

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