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?Lawyers should read more law books?

LAW BOOKS are the potent weapons to fight against the injustice, lawyers have played a vital role in providing the safeguard to the downtrodden in the society and the government should enrich the libraries in district courts and civil bar associations.

india Updated: Nov 27, 2006 00:22 IST

LAW BOOKS are the potent weapons to fight against the injustice, lawyers have played a vital role in providing the safeguard to the downtrodden in the society and the government should enrich the libraries in district courts and civil bar associations.

Chairman TN Mishra charitable trust, Dr Sangam Mishra expressed these views in district association conference hall to mark the Law Day.

He said that handwork, devotion and dedication are the assets of a lawyer. He said the credibility of the lawyers still survive in the society and donated Rs 1 lakh and 10 almirahs for Collectorate Court Bar Association. 

Mishra called upon the advocates to launch a battle against the social evils and said the new comers should study law books properly to improve their performance and to help their clients.

Delivering his views on this occasion, senior advocate Ashok Narain Dhar Dubey said a rich library identified a lawyer.  Presiding over the programme, the  president of Lawyers Association Radheshyam Shukla welcomed the guests and said the association was trying its best to provide all the facilities to new comers in this profession.

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