Advocate Veer Vikrant Singh speaks about the challenges faced by lawyers who move to big cities and out of their hometowns to build a better life and career in the field of law, in an interview with Ananya Singh.

He draws from his own experiences as a lawyer who migrated to Delhi from a small town of Madhya Pradesh and the challenges, struggles as well as the good it brought to his life and career as a lawyer.

Advocate Veer Vikrant Singh is the Deputy Advocate General for the State of Madhya Pradesh at the Supreme Court of India. He pursued his LLB from RD University, Jabalpur which is his home town, after which he went on to pursue his LLM in Business Law from the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru.

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The interview is embedded above and can be viewed here.