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The Law and The Lawyers

By : M. K. Gandhi
Compiled and Edited by : S. B. Kher
First Published : October 1962
ISBN 81-7229-051-9

Printed & Published by : Jitendra T. Desai
Navjivan Publishing House, Ahmedabad - 380 014, India

Navajivan Trust, 1962

Introduction Acknowledgement
Preface to the Forth Edition To The Reader
SECTION I : GANDHIJI AS A LAW STUDENT
Preparation for England Preparation for the bar
'Called' - But then?
SECTION II : GANDHIJI AS A LAWYER
  How I began life   The First Case
  The First Shock   Preparation for South Africa
  Arrival in Natal   Some Experiences
  On the way to Pretoria   First day in Pretoria
Preparation for the case Man proposes, God disposes
Settled in Natal Colour Bar
Settled in Bombay? Some reminiscences of the bar
Clients turned co-workers How a client was saved
SECTION III : THE TRIALS OF GANDHIJI
  Before the court in 1907   Before the court in 1908
  Before the court in 1913   Was it contempt of court?
  Contempt of court   The Great Trial
SECTION IV : LAWYERS AND SATYAGRAHA
  Courts and Schools   Lawyers and Non-co-operation
The hallucination of law courts Cobblers v. Lawyers
How many lawyers and students help Practising Lawyers
A Protest Practising Lawyers
About Lawyers The Satyagrahi Lawyers
  Mysore Lawyers   Shri Dasappa's Case
  Babu Kalinath Roy   Lala Radha Krishna's Case
  The Lahore Judgment   Jagannath's Case
  Another Scandal   Victims, Not guilty
Dr. Satyapal's Case Lala Labhu Ram
Gujaratimal's Case Labh Singh, M.A.L.L.B. (CANTAB), BAR-AT-LAW
More Punjab Tragedies How not to do it?
Fining the labourers The Amritsar Appeals
  The Punjab Sentences   A Hard Case
  Lawyers' Duty  
SECTION V : MISCELLANEOUS
  How to spiritualize the profession   Birds of a feather (?)
  A Judge's indictment   An Unjudicial Dictum
Untruth in law courts Hindu Law and Mysore
The Federal Court The Federal Court
The place of the lawyers in a non-violent society An advocates dilemma
5,000 miles away Justice from six thousand miles
  Navakal prosecution   Aundh Constitution
  Civil v. Criminal   Gandhiji's famous customs declaration
  Veiled Martial Law  
APPENDICES
  Appendix I   Appendix II
Appendix III Appendix IV
Appendix V Appendix VI
Appendix VII Appendix VIII
Glossary