The research paper throws light on the impact of globalisation on the legal profession and legal education in India. It acts as a trailblazer by taking us through the history and various landmark judgments, decisions and risks the country went through to achieve the legal positioning it beholds at the moment. Yes, there has been a critical analysis of some prominent statutes and appropriate recommendations have been provided therein. Not just globalisation, but how development in international laws has a direct influence has also been demonstrated in the advocacy of India. The economy is a major chunk whenever we talk about any aspect of Globalisation. The paper lays down a contrast between the previous legal education and going developments due to sufficient funds which is expected to multifold over the upcoming years. Hence, changing scenarios and procedures is of huge significance. Emphasis has been laid regarding what is Legal outsourcing, its procedure, how it helps to boost the economy and lastly, what is its stance on Indian laws.
There is also a discussion on the role of advocates have played in history and what is expected of them in the future. The role of bridging the gap between societies and attempting to truly deliver justice to the needy.
Hence, the paper is a movement from historical India to the modern developing India today which is sprouting as tough competition for developed nations.