Milestone in law graduates’ lives

BANGALORE: The CMR Law School celebrated Graduation day on its premises recently. Dr B V Acharya, Member of Law Commission of India and Senior Advocate in High Court of Karnataka, Justice L Sr

Published: 25th April 2012 01:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 07:44 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: The CMR Law School celebrated Graduation day on its premises recently. Dr B V Acharya, Member of Law Commission of India and Senior Advocate in High Court of Karnataka, Justice L Srinivasa Reddy, Former Judge at High Court of Karnataka and D N Nanjunda Reddy, senior Advocate in the High Court of Karnataka were present at the event.

At the event, Dr Acharya spoke at length about the vagaries of the professional choices students  could make. He advised them to develop their communication skills, be mindful of professional ethics and etiquette. He also urged them to be professional and committed to the professional standards set for them by the illustrious members of this noble profession.

Hari Kumar, Graduate of CMR Law School said, “My graduation day marks a personal victory for me. Thinking back over the long road I have travelled from my freshman to my senior year as I walked down to the stage to accept my degree, I did not realise that the day would become, years later, a freeze frame snapshot of a high point in my life.”

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