CLPL observed ‘National Law Day’ successfully
On the Occasion of the National Law Day, Centre for Practicing Law (CLPL) organized a flagship event named “Lex De Futuro” celebrating “Samvidhaan Diwas”. The event was conducted at Green Park Hotel, Begumpet on November 26, 2020 (today). Chief Guests, Prof.V.Balakista Reddy, Professor of Law and Registrar, NALSAR University of Law & Prof.G.B.Reddy, Former Dean & Professor, Osmania University inaugurated the Centre’s flagship event, Lex De Futuro, and launched its website.
Addressing the gathering on virtual platform, Prof.Balakista Reddy emphasized the importance of Indian Constitution and various constitutional developments happened over the last seventy years. In this regard, the provisions and articles of Indian Constitution, the judgments pronounced by Apex Courts were highlighted. He said that legal profession bestows upon the legal fraternity a special role like no other profession and entire legal fraternity are working day in and day out to uphold the spirit of Law and Justice.
He also said that the lawyers have a sacred duty to work for dispensing justice to the deprived, downtrodden and needy. Prof. Reddy highlighted the recent global developments and their impact on the legal profession. He said that the globalization, liberalization and privatization are posing many legal challenges and Indian lawyers need to take these challenges in the present and future context. He emphasized the need for inventing innovative teaching methods to impart legal education and practice from time to time keeping in view of the changing developments of the modern society.
While speaking, Prof.G.B.Reddy, emphasised the need to inculcate constitutional culture and values among the citizens of India. He quoted that “Indian Constitution is the back bone of the rights and duties of the citizens”. Constitution being the supreme law of the land, the legislations, Acts, G.Os etc. cannot be contrary to it. He advised the lawyers to improve their lawyering skills viz. reading, writing & articulation skills, court decorum and court courtesy. He said lawyers must possess humbleness, sensitivity to their client to redress their grievances.
On this occasion, Prof. V. Balakista Reddy and Prof. G.B. Reddy were appreciated and felt proud of the NALSAR Alumni, Shri. A.P. Suresh, Advocate and his team for establishing Centre for Practicing Law (CLPL) to work towards facilitating continued legal education and legal practice by providing requisite legal training to the needy. CLPL is the first of its kind initiative in India which provides Vocational Training and offers unique courses such as law practice before High Court, Trial Court Practice, Law Practice before Special Forum & Tribunals (State and Central), Management of Business through Law, Strategies to manage legal disputes in today environment etc.
CLPL is constituted by exceptional resource pool of eminent lawyers & professionals drawn from India and overseas. Details about Centre for Practicing Law are available at https://clplorg.com/index.html and its activities can be followed on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/centreforpracticinglaw. The Programme was attended by Hon’ble Judges, lawyers, professors, law students, Officials of various Companies etc.