KOCHI: Akhil had developed a penchant for the lawyer’s profession during his childhood itself, as he used to see advocates visiting his father’s office that was situated near their residence.
Gradually his affection for the lawyer’s gown intensified and he wished to spend the whole day wearing the black dress.
After completing schooling, he continued to cherish the dream and informed it to his advocate father Suresh Kumar, who gave the green signal without any hesitation.
On Sunday, when Akhil received his enrolment certificate at at Town Hall here, he was excited not only about his achievement but also about receiving the certificate from his father himself. It was a moment of fulfillment for both Akhil and his father, who is his role model.
Along with Akhil, 124 other law graduates were also enrolled as advocates on Sunday. The function organised by the Kerala Bar Council was inaugurated by Justice Suresh Kumar.
Justice Suresh Kumar in his address said, “the advocates’ profession is a sacred one. While the people mostly keep thinking about helping themselves, advocates keep on helping society every day.”
Kerala Bar Council chairman Joseph John presided over the function, at which Council member C S Ajithan Namboodiri delivered a vote of thanks.