Join the Bar

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Join the Bar: A tale about 3 law students
Cover of Join the Bar: A tale about 3 law students by Brajesh Rajak.
Author Brajesh Rajak
Country India
Language English
Genre Fiction
Publisher Universal Law Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Publication date
Media type Print ( Paperback)
Pages 195
ISBN 978-93-5035-022-5
Preceded by Pornography Law: XXX Must not be Tolerated
Followed by Caste, Gender Inequality and Social Work

Join the Bar is a 2011 novel written by Brajesh Rajak, a final year student of National Law School of India University, Bangalore.[1] It is a fictional account of the lives of 3 law students in a premier law institute in India.[2] This novel is considered to be the first novel based on legal education system in India.[3] Brajesh Rajak has also written a law book titled "XXX Must not be Tolerated."[4]


The novel received mixed reviews from readers. Lawyer's update described the novel as early blossom of Brajesh Rajak's talent.[5] Rainmaker's criticised it for too many twists in the plot but also praised it for the hard work that the author has put in to give voice to issues of concern at a certain law school.[6] Some readers criticized it for being exceedingly honest while dealing with the problems of a certain law school. An agreement of love published in the book is appreciated and quoted by many bloggers including[7]


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