Importance Of Verbal Communication In Law

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B.B.A., LL.B (HONS.)/ First Trimester July-2016

Rough draft
General English
Research project topic:
Verbal communication in law

Submitted by:
Chintan Gandhi
Roll No.: A023

Submitted to:
Rakesh Nambiar
Professor (General English)
School of Law, NMIMS
Contents

S.R. NO. PARTICULARS
1 Introduction
2 Process of Communication
3 Courtroom Language
4 Communication skills in a lawyer
5 Conclusion
6 Bibliography

Introduction

 Statement of problem-
Communication in law is a very important aspect in the field of law. It involves both verbal and non-verbal forms of communication. Verbal communication is an important aspect of courtroom communication which needs to carefully dealt with. The researcher would be dealing with the process of communication and its implications in a courtroom. This will include both Oral as well as written forms of verbal communication.
Communication is the act of conveying intended meanings from one entity or group to another through the use of mutually understood signs and semiotic rules. Verbal communication refers to the use of sounds and language to convey a message. It serves as a medium for expressing desires, ideas and concepts and is vital in all realms of learning. Verbal communication acts as a primary tool for expression between two or more people. It is basically of two types, namely; Interpersonal communication and public speaking. Public speaking involves delivering of a message by one or more people to a group; Interpersonal

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