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Asian law college hosted a panel discussion on ‘The Entrepreneurial Edge in Legal Domain’

Ms Shreya Sharma, Founder and CEO, of Rest the Case was invited to share her journey and

views on the topic.

Shreya Sharma CEO & Founder of Rest The Case was recently invited as the Guest of

Honour and speaker at the Asian Law College, Asian Education Group (AEG), Noida. The

college organised an orientation for the new students joining the college this academic year.

The orientation was organised to give insights and a brief introduction to the courses and

programmes. As part of the orientation, the college also hosted a Panel Discussion on the

topic ‘The Entrepreneurial Edge in Legal Domain’. Ms Shreya was invited to provide her

valuable insight into the panel discussion.

Owing to her experience of going for an unconventional route of starting her own business in

the legal domain, Shreya could provide excellent advice and insight to the students on the

topic at hand. While addressing the students, Shreya spoke about her education in the UK

where she studied law at Cardiff University. She highlighted the difference in the style of

teaching and how they always concentrated on what you can learn and not really on what you can earn and when you learn like that you see the subject very differently.

When talking about being an entrepreneur Shreya talked about the importance of putting

things into action. She firmly believes that being an entrepreneur has a lot to do with taking

action and you do require experience to know how a company should be run but that will

only happen when you actually run it. You don’t actually know how sour or sweet the lemon

is till you have tasted it yourself, because of this, Shreya decided to start her company right

out of college.

Shreya said; “I started Rest The Case because when I was studying outside India I saw how

easily available legal services were available for people online. It made accessibility to law

extremely easy, and that is my plan with Rest The Case, to make the law accessible to

everyone. Be it legal information, legal services, documentation, or everything in one place.

Rest The Case is one of a kind platform that helps makes law simple and operative. There

was a purpose I saw that I wanted to solve and we work tirelessly every day to make it


In the end, the Panel also had an interesting interactive session with the students, where the

Shreya and other panellists shared their views and thoughts with the students.

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