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Orientation programme for young advocates held in Hyderabad

Orientation programme for young advocates held in Hyderabad
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The ICFAI Law School of ICFAI University, Hyderabad in collaboration with the Bar Council of AP organized a three day, Residential Orientation...

Hyderabad: The ICFAI Law School of ICFAI University, Hyderabad in collaboration with the Bar Council of AP organized a three day, Residential Orientation Programme for young Advocates of AP and Telangana States at the University Campus, Shankerpally Road. About 300 practicing advocates from the twin cities and other places of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh participated in the programme.

The Chief Guest, Justice Ramesh Ranganathan, Acting Chief Justice, High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad, during his address at the inaugural session, said that learning is a continuous process and every advocate has to undertake this activity to equip them to serve the client. “Today many avenues are there to know what is happening across the world”, he added.
Justice Ramesh Ranganathan, further explained the relevance of present topic of the Orientation programme Property Laws to a common man who offers to purchase the property once during his life time.

It is the duty of the advocate to guide the client properly. He also stated, in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh civil courts there are more than 10 lakhs cases are pending and 3 lakhs cases are pending in High Court. As such it is a duty on the Bar & Bench to reduce the pending cases. The quick disposal of the cases is possible only with the cooperation of the Bar.

The quality of the profession depends upon the quality of knowledge. The advocates have to collaborate and coordinate with academicians which will help them to update their professional knowledge and skills for the benefit of the society.A Narasimha Reddy, Chairman, Bar Council of AP in his presiding note said that the legal profession is a noble profession and one has to remember the elder generation about their hard work, commitment, knowledge and experience.

He encouraged the young lawyers to attend such orientation programmes regularly and sincerely carry forward the legal legacy of the social engineers. The guest of honour for the seminar, Prof. J Mahender Reddy elicited about the steps taken by the University for the Legal Education. He applauded the Bar Council of AP to conduct this orientation programme which will enhance knowledge of young advocates.

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