‘Skill training needed for judges’

HYDERABAD: Training in “advocacy skills” helps lawyers improve their skills and offer better services to their clients, said High Court chief justice Madan B. Lokur at the inaugural of a

Published: 26th February 2012 05:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:03 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Training in “advocacy skills” helps lawyers improve their skills and offer better services to their clients, said High Court chief justice Madan B.

Lokur at the inaugural of a two-day “Advocacy skills training programme” jointly organised by the AP High Court Advocates Association, AP Law Institute and IIL&PD on the High Court premises here on Saturday.

He said skill training was useful not only to advocates but also to district and High Court judges as several new laws were being made and legal developments were taking place from time to time.

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