Difference between learning Law from books and Learning Law by participating in cases in court

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πŸ€” Difference between learning Law from books and Learning Law by participating in cases in court is breifly this :-

You can learn swimming by reading books and you can also learn it by actually swimming in water.

That is the only difference.

One Judge suggested that you divide your time in Three Parts :-

1) Spend one third time reading current law judgements by sitting in a Library or by sitting in an isolated room.

2) Spend one third time reading actual case briefs in office of a senior

3) Spend one third time in sitting in court rooms where actual cases are being argued and decided by senior lawyers and judges.

Adopt that which suits your own style of learning.