10 Must Watch Movies/shows for law students

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To every law student Feeling Bored? We have a list for you. Enjoy! It builds fiction based legal know-how which is useful as well as entertaining. Here are some suggestions of the Movies/shows to have a good time –

 

1. How to get away with murder : 

It is a legal law thrilling movie directed by Peter Nowalk. Starred by Viola Davis, Billy Brown, Alfred Enoch, Jack Falahee, Aja Naomi King, Matt McGorry, Karla Souza.

It is a movie where, a bunch of law students try to cover up a murder using their law skills and knowledge learnt at classrooms and their professor too helps them to cover it up where the professor was a brilliant litigator of the city. 

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2. Suits 

Aaron korsh was the director of the movie. And starred by Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle, Sarah Rafferty, Gina Torres.

Mick Rose is a college dropout student who works at most charismatic lawyer of New York Harvey Specter. But he has no law degree and got haired for his incisive brain and photographic memory. 

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3. Unbelievable : 

It is a Netflix series dramatized the 2008-2011  Washington and Colorado serial rape case. It is a winning article by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong titled “ An Unbelievable Story of Rape “ 

It starts with a teenager girl named, Marie who charged a file against two detectives from two jurisdiction by lying that they had raped the girl.  Here we can see the way they used to solve the case and to find the truth. This series will be incredible surprised.

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4. Making a Murder :

It a film which details the life of Steven Avery, who has kept in the prison for sexual assault murder of Penny Beerntsen. He received a conviction by the murder of Teresa Halbach in 2007. This documentary has a lot of information. The subsequent arrest, trail and conviction of trail of the murder of Teresa Halbach as well as arrest and conviction of Avery’s nephew, Brendan Dassey, focusing on accusation and attorney ineptitude.  

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5. A few Good Men (1992)

This law film charters accused of killing a fellow comrade in Guantanamo Bay. He works extremely hard to exonerate his two client of all their crimes. IN the movie it involves many tries which blows the mind. And it involves a famous line, “ You want the truth, you can’t handle the truth, “ 

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6. On the basis of Sex

This film is reeled on the biopic of the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It tells about her law school life and get first gender discrimination lawsuit. This movie tells about “a young lawyer who is trying to find her voice”. 

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7. Loving

It is a 2016 film,  directed by Jeff Nichols based on lives of Richard and Mildred Loving, who got arrested for interracial marriage in Virginia and leads to the High Court of the United States. It is also in the constitution law named  Loving v. Virgina. 

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8. Into the Abyss

This film was framed by the director Warner Herzog research of death penalty through the triple homicide case in Conroe, Texas. As a law student we must know about the death penalty and this movie gives a clear idea about that. 

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9. The Paper Chase

It is the story grabbed from the article books to read before law school. It shows the relationship between law students and professor’s enigmatic daughter shown in a Socratic method. 

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10. Eric Brockovich 

In this movie, a legal assistant helps to win the largest settlement against California power company which was accused by Polluting city water. And it’s also a true story. 

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