Skip to main content

How to become India's Richest Lawyer like Ram Jethmalani and Harish Salve | Lawji


This article is to motivate the practicing lawyers and the aspiring Law students.
Here is the list of richest lawyers in India:
i)  Ram Jethmalani ( upto 40 Lacs per appearance)
ii) Fali S.Nariman (Between 5-15 Lacs per appearance)
iii) Soli Sorabjee  (Between 2-3 Lacs per appearance)
iv) Mukul Rohtagi (Between 3-5 Lacs per appearance)
v)  Harish Salve  (Between 3-7 Lacs per appearance)

Key to become richest lawyer in India:

If you will follow these golden rules then you will surely become the most successful and richest lawyer in India.

I) Understand the Law:

It is very important to know the law and to understand it in the manner in which it was established. A good lawyer always know the Law whereas the best the lawyer knows the exact implication of that law. 
  • Conduct Research 

    While working on a case it is advisable to research on the subject matter and find out the Decisions and judgment given by the Supreme Court and High Courts. Quote the judgments which are awarded in your favor.
  • Attend Continuing Legal  Seminars.

    Seminars are good source of gaining practical knowledge in the legal profession. Various Jurist and eminent lawyers are part of these seminars where questions can be asked from them. This will enhance the knowledge and will solve the ambiguity related to that subject matter. 

II)  Learn Essential Skills

In order to become a successful Lawyer you must see the legal issue from all the aspects and then come to conclusion. You must learn the following essential skills:
  1. Develop your Drafting skills.
  2. work on your oral communication.
  3. Familiarize yourself with the courts in which you regularly visit.
  4. Practice critical thinking- Do not rely on the client to brief you as he does not know which fact is important. So ask questions which you think is important to that case.
  5. Complete a Trial practice seminar before taking your first case.
  6. Find a Good Mentor- You might be a practicing lawyer but still find a good mentor who can guide you in this profession.
  7. Join a Local, state or National Bar association and interact with other advocates.

III) Manifest civility to judges, Colleagues and clients. 

  1. Listen to your clients properly- Do not judge your clients, just listen and give best advice.
  2.  Speak humbly and respectfully with the court staff and judges.
  3. Do not cheat or misguide the court and clients.
  4. While examining the witness question properly- Give special care while examining the minor and victim.

IV) Maintain High-Level Moral 

  1. Keep you client's data confidential.
  2. Comply with the provisions of Advocates act, 1961.
  3. Follow your state's rules of professional conduct for lawyers.

V) Making a difference

  1. Be happy with your career choice.
  2. Manage stress by doing Yoga, Physical exercise and Enjoying with friends and family.
=> By following these simple Golden rules one can easily become a successful lawyer. Once a lawyer is successful then no one can stop him to become the richest lawyer on this earth. This is simply based on the phenomenon of Demand and Price. The more successful a lawyer will be, Higher would be his fees!

Popular posts from this blog

Art of Cross Examination used by: Sr. Adv. Ram Jethmalani, Supreme court

“The issue of a cause rarely depends upon a speech and is but seldom even affected by it. But there is never a cause contested, the result of which is not mainly dependent upon the skill with which the advocate conducts his cross examination.”- Francis L. Wellman

When asked, the undisputed champion of cross-examination, Mr. Ram Jethmalanidescribed the art of cross-examination as the most effective weapon for the discovery of truth, provided the objective is not to confound a truthful witness but to extract truth from an unwilling witness.
The search for truth is the ultimate and idealistic end of all litigated matter in a court trial, and that truth is obtained due to the process of cross examination in the conduct of litigation.

Mr. Jethmalani understands that in India where large number of complaints and cases are filed in civil and criminal courts every day, delay in justice is common due to the rapidly growing pendency of cases in courts. Examination of witnesses plays an important …

Rights to Constitutional Remedies- Writs under Art. 32 and 226 of Indian Constitution

Under the common law system, a writ is meant to be a written order, informal in nature which is issued by either by an administrative or judicial body. The aim of this paper is to identify writs as a constitutional remedy. The paper is divided into four parts. The first part would deal with the origin, purpose of writs which would examine the historical developments that took place with respect to writs. The second part of the paper would be specific to the Indian Legal Systems. This part would closely examine the existence and use of writs as per the provisions of the Indian Constitution as a constitutional right to remedy. The third part of the paper would elaborate on all the types of writ remedies and its usage in the Indian Legal System. The last part of the paper would be the conclusion that would deal with appraisal and the critical analysis of writs. The purpose of this paper is to celebrate writs as a powerful constitution remedy and highlight the importance of the same in th…

Dishonour of Cheque: Punishment under NI Act

INTRODUCTION:Negotiable Instrument literally means any promissory note, bill of exchange or cheque, and in easier terms, it means a piece of paper which will hold the promisee to claim some amount of money out of the paper. Section 6 of the Negotiable Instruments Act defines the word cheque. It further is classified as Bearer Cheque, Crossed Cheque, Self Cheque, Post-dated cheque, Banker’s cheque and traveller’s cheque. In general sense, cheques are the easiest way to transact in the present times. One may easily transfer money through cheques over long distances on a daily basis. On one hand, wherein cheques are used to transact daily over the relationship of trust, it is always advisable on the face of it during transactions that the cheque be issued in the crossed account payee section to avoid its misuse. It is also stated that the transactions as these cheques are not negotiable to any other person than payee, it gives a prima facie advantage to both of them. In a layman’s langua…

Advt.