500 graduate from Nalsar law varsity.
Over 500 LLB and LLM students graduated this year from the Nalsar University on Saturday. Speaking at the ninth convocation of university the Union minister for law and justice, Mr Salman Khurshid said, “The historic Parliamentary response to the Civil Society movement in the country marks the emergence of novel dynamics of decision making. The developments call for legal educationists and researchers to analyse, redefine and elucidate a new politico-legal process of governance.”
He further stated, “The quality of governance must squarely rest on the quality of legal education in the country. The very nature of law, legal institutions and law practice, are in the midst of a paradigm shift. There should be effective linkage between the law schools, the Bar and the Bench.” Referring to the report of the working group on legal education submitted to the Knowledge Commission, Mr Khurshid quoted, “The legal system should also effectively facilitate eradication of poverty and equitable and environmentally sustainable economic growth.”
Source : DC