I, The Jury
Author : Advocate Divyakant Mehta
When a small-town boy makes a journey from Mahua to Mumbai to chase his dreams, it results in a life that will grip and motivate all who learn about it. After years of struggle, Divyakant Mehta established himself as a noted lawyer in Mumbai. Today, he is counted as one of the top legal brains in the world of the Rent Act. In this no-holds-barred autobiography, he presents his life experiences, from his childhood in Mahua right up to his life in Mumbai now. He shares nuggets from a life spent in court, with details of landmark cases, experiences with legal luminaries, and humorous courtroom incidents. He also suggests measures to alleviate the current situation in the Small Causes Court, as well as guidelines for up-and-coming advocates. Incisive, thought-provoking, and entertaining, this revealing memoir makes for compelling reading, not only for young advocates but also for those interested in what transpires in courtrooms and even the lay reader.