How To Start Your Preparation For SSB?

  1. Know your stuff

Well, you need not to follow anyone’s footsteps when you decide to join Armed Forces. It should be YOUR’S and ONLY  YOUR’s CALL. We, the youth of today enjoy a greater support from our family members when it comes to take a decision and we shouldn’t hesitate in it as it forms the very basic quality of an Armed Forces officer i.e. DECISION MAKING POWER.

  1. Remove the word “ME” from your life

Many of you might be thinking that he just said that it should be only “YOU” to take the decisions, now he’s saying remove the word “ME” . Understand that “ME” gives a sense of unnecessary pride which closes our ears and eyes and shuts down our ability to learn and propagate. We’re a very small part of the universe and we should always be in a learning and application mode.

  1. Be at your BEST ALWAYS

How do we feel when we’re happy?

And obviously a sense of gloom and despair start hovering our minds . JUST CHILL!! Nothing in this conquered and won over by the application of logic and reason and that too with a COOL MIND.

Being at your best means that you should be able to overcome any dire and demanding situation with cool mind and lift the spirit of others who are with you and following you. Always be a Ray Of Hope and justify the names given by your elders to you. This will make you the best version of yourself.

It’s just an introductory part, more knowledge will be shared with our readers happily based on your comments, queries, likes and even dislikes. In fact dislikes will taken care of on priority basis ‘coz’ learning never stops for us and it helps us improve upon the existing knowledge.

Thank you.

H&R Firm Awards Announced

Many colleges and universities already have MOUs in place with local law enforcement authorities covering a variety of areas.  Our conversations with campus administrators, campus police, and law enforcement have underscored the need for additional tools and strategies that are specifically tailored to the dynamics of sexual assault on campus, as well as the needs of sexual assault survivors.  The task force is providing this sample MOU with that in mind.

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Detroit’s Lawyers Defend Billing

In court papers, lead law firm Jones Day and others that helped Detroit navigate its historic debt restructuring made a case—at the request of U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes—for why their hourly billing rates and final tab are reasonable. Officials at Jones Day, who pointed out they had already cut $17.7 million from their tab, defended the $53.7 million in fees charged for roughly 17 months’ work.

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Real estate attorney Bill Kuehling

Bill advises developers, nonprofit corporations, and public entities on a variety of real estate transactions and infrastructure finance. He has more than 20 years of experience in real estate development, public/private partnerships, land use, and municipal law, and serves as an advisor to national developers seeking tax abatements, tax increment financing, or any other redevelopment opportunities across the St. Louis region.

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For Foreign Law Firms in Australia

The gamble of doing business in Australia came into sharp relief this past week when one U.S. law firm parted ways with Australia while another global firm took its relationship with the country to a whole new level.

New York law firm Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP announced that it’s shutting down its offices in Shanghai and Hong Kong in coming months. Meanwhile, global law firm Dentons unveiled plans to merge with mainland Australia’s largest law firm.

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