Postgraduate legal education scenario in India discussed

Aligarh: Prof Chandrashekhar, Vice Chancellor of Raja Mahendra Pratap University, discussed the postgraduate legal education scenario in India and appreciated AMU’s Faculty of Law for its seminal contribution to the country’s legal education.

He was addressing during the prize distribution and valediction ceremony of the two-day Client Counseling Competition, organized by the Faculty of Law at Aligarh Muslim University.

The final round of the competition was judged by Prof Chandrashekhar, and Advocates Rudra Pratap Singh, Tushar Khairnar and Tarshit Bhardwaj from the Supreme Court of India.

Earlier, welcoming the guests, Prof MZM Nomani, Dean, Faculty of Law introduced Prof Chandrashekhar and lauded him for his efforts to start LLM and PhD programmes at Raja Mahendra Pratap University in a short period.

Prof Hashmat Ali Khan expressed willingness to develop cooperation between the two universities.

Prof Chandrashekhar, along with Prof Nomani gave away prizes and certificates to the winning team consisting of Krati Rathi and Aqsa Mehak and the runner-up team comprising Ayush Mudgal and Syed Fazal Ur Rahman Niazi.

Advocates Rudra Singh, Tushar Khairnar and Tarshit Bhardwaj shared their experiences of working with the AMU law passouts who completed their internship at the Supreme Court of India.

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