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Monday, September 3, 2012

Law study needs a revamp: Moily

Nalsar University Law Students













The Union minister for power and corporate affairs Veerappa Moily stressed on the dire need for reforms in legal education while giving the convocational address at the Nalsar University of Law on Sunday.

Around 150 students were present when Dr Moily delivered the address at the 10th annual convocation of Nalsar University. He called for a strong legal infrastructure and quick administration of justice and said that law universities play
an important part in this regard.

Quoting the example of Singapore’s economic development, the Union minister said that nearly 2 per cent can be added to India’s GDP by improving the administration of courts and reducing the number of pending cases.

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