Hyderabad: The ICFAI Law School of ICFAI Foundation for Higher Education a Deemed to-be-University, Hyderabad in collaboration with Bar Council for Telangana State has organized “LawVis-2019”, a two-day orientation programme for young advocates of Telangana recently. About 100 practicing advocates from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh participated in the programme. Speaking at the event, Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan, acting Chief Justice High Court of Judicature at Telangana lauded the initiative to conduct training programme for the welfare of young advocates.
He also shared his professional experience from the days of his practice and gave tips to new advocates on how to interact with clients, draft the petitions and applications and preparation for cross examination. He emphasised the advocates to mould their pleading according to the ambience of the court.
A Narasimha Reddy, Chairman, Bar Council of Telangana said the Bar Council needs more advocates. Students passing out from the Law Schools should take up practice legal profession. He also expressed that young advocates should have more seriousness, and dedication towards the profession. Prof. Mahender Reddy in his inaugural address explained the objective of the LawVis programme. He emphasized incorporating the latest and contemporary developments in the legal profession in accordance with the changing facets of law besides up keeping professional standards and ethics.
Prof. AV Narsimha Rao, Director, ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad explained the advocates about the different shades and nuances of legal practice. He advised them to be abreast of the latest and upcoming developments not only in law but also in other disciplines to render better service to the clients coming from different fields for seeking justice. Students, faculty and advocates in large number participated in the event.