Legal aid is internationally recognized as a fundamental human right of access of individual to fairness and impartiality of justice. It is essential to materialize the politico-legal notion of equality, which calls for treatment of every individual on equal footings. The responsibility of legal practitioners and their assistants to provide legal aid is a matter of ethically guided ‘professionalism’. Hence, no legal aid can be considered adequate and efficient unless it imbibes all necessary elements of professionalism. Therefore, no one simply jump into a mission of legal aid without fully acquired professional skills and arts of legal professionalism.