The annual day celebrations of one of the oldest colleges in the city, Sharada Vilas Law College had a point to drive home. On the occasion, law graduates were advised to get practical knowledge of legal proceedings in the courts, along with academic studies to become best advocates to bring positive changes in the society.
District Co-operative Society union president H V Rajiv said law graduates should observe at least 20 proceedings during their three-year academics of LLB which makes them to understand the classroom studies in a right manner.
“Practical knowledge is equally important as classroom studies in law. Law students have to ensure they get such opportunities
to understand the proceedings which surely inspires them,” he underlined.
“Law is one of the noble professions with significant social responsibility to ensure justice for victims, especially those with poor background. Although there is stiff competition in this profession, success of advocacy depends on social concerns. Advocacy is nothing but voice of the voiceless to get justice. Law is a profession which has significant responsibility to protect obligations of the Constitution, and the law of land for leading the society in a better manner. A tough stance of advocacy in terms of uplifting justice should be the motto of every law practitioner,” he said.
As part of the event, meritorious law graduates were felicitated.