Being a lawyer in today's time is not easy, especially if his/her chosen path is litigation. First, they have to struggle to find a job, and after finding one, they have to survive on basic salary which is surprisingly less than a security guard.
The situation is even grimmer for the lawyers who are not from a financially strong background, making their life living hell.
Recognizing the above issue and the crucial role that the youth plays in the development of our country, Advocate Himal Akhtar, standing for the post of president in the upcoming Bar Council of Delhi elections has said, "I want to promote today's youth by working for their benefit and taking them along with us."
Mr. Akhtar amongst many of his agendas, has suggested some breakthrough changes that would greatly help young lawyers to establish themselves in the legal profession. He has resolved to solve the problem of low salary advanced to the young lawyers by formulating a rule of minimum wages, which will regulate the salary structure of the young lawyers.
If this rule came through, it would be a revolutionary step towards the growth of young lawyers in the legal profession.