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CMR Law School celebrates 8th Graduation Day

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Justice A.V. Chandrashekara advises law students to maintain professional integrity

 

Bengaluru : The CMR Law School, which is part of the prestigious CMR Group of Institutions, celebrated its 8th Graduation Day on Saturday, with 70 law students passing out of the institution successfully. Justice A.V. Chandrashekara, Judge, High Court of Karnataka, who was the chief guest, advised the students to maintain professional integrity, to emerge successful.

Touching upon some of the important aspects of litigation and constitutional law, Justice Chandrashekara emphasized and reminded the students on the magnitude of their responsibility, having chosen to be the care takers of law and Justice. “I also profusely thank the parents for having allowed their children to take up law with all encouragement as a profession,” he added.

Recollecting the brilliant performance of the students of CMR Law School in the National Moot Court competition held in 2014, Justice Chandrashekara heaped praises on the students and said why it is important for law schools to have a holistic approach to academics, which bring out the best in an individual. Acknowledging the efforts of CMR Law School in nurturing the best legal minds in the country, Justice Chandrashekara wished the organization to keep up its pioneering vision.

Graduating Students of CMR Law School with the Chief Guest Hon’ble Justice Sri A.V. Chandrashekara, Judge, High Court of Karnataka, Guest of Honor, Hon’ble Justice Sri L. Srinivasa Reddy, Former Judge, High Court of Karnataka &Chairman, Governing Council, CMR Law School, Shi. K. C. Ramamurthy Chairman, CMR Group of Institutions, The CMR Group Management and Principal CMR Law School Dr. Pratima Prabhakar, on the occasion of CMR Law School Graduation Day at its Campus on 9th May, 2015.

Justice Srinivasa Reddy, former Judge, High Court of Karnataka and Chairman, Governing Council, CMR Law School, the Guest of Honour, administered the CMR Graduation Oath to the outgoing students – 8th batch of B.A, LL.B (5 years) and 3rd batch of LL.B (3 years).

Mr. K.C. Ramamurthy, Chairman, CMR University and CMR Group of Institutions, in his address, said, “The responsibilities of a legal professional is of noble in nature when administered with all sincerity and discipline and is vital towards cultivating social ethos and a better life environment for the mankind.” He reminded the graduating students the positive impact they could make in the legal ecosystem of the country.

Mr. Nanda Kumar and Alan Vanbiaksanga received the CMR Law School Leadership award from Shri. K. C. Ramamurthy Chairman, CMR University and CMR Group of Institutions and Dr. Sabitha Ramamurthy President, CMR Jnanadhara Trust,

In the past CMR Law School has had the honor to have distinguished legal luminaries, like H. R. Bharadwaj, former Governor of Karnataka, T.N. Chaturvedi, former Governor of Karnataka, Dr. Justice V.S. Malimath, Dr. Justice S.R. Nayak, Justice Santosh Hegde, Dr. Justice Rajendra Babu, Justice Cyriac Joseph and several judges of the Supreme Court and the High Court, address the students as a part of the CMR MEMORIAL GUEST LECTURE SERIES.

The Graduation Day address has been a constant feature designed to deliver parting advice and guidance to the youngsters on the verge of starting their careers.

Dr. Sabitha Ramamurthy, President, CMR Jnanadhara Trust, was the Guest of Honor. Mr. K.C. Ramamurthy, Chairman, CMR Group of Institutions, presided over the event. Dr. Pratima Prabhakar, Principal, CMR Law School; Dr. C.M. Bhaskar Reddy, Director CMR Group of Institutions and Mr. K.C. Jagannath Reddy, Secretary, CMR Jnanadhara Trust, were present on the occasion.

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