cnlu: 90 lawyers take part in a workshop | Patna News

Patna: More than 90 aspiring lawyers from different institutions in the country were made aware of the different issues and challenges of litigation and trained in the search for amicable solutions during the four-day workshop organized by the Pro Bono Club of the University national law of Chanakya (CNLU) .
The workshop organized in collaboration with the Union Ministry of Justice Justice and Cognitor Legal Advisor LLP concluded here on Monday.
Addressing the participants, CNLU Vice-Chancellor Justice (Retired) Mridula Mishra highlighted the importance of procedural law for every member of the legal fraternity. Sharing her own experiences in the field of litigation and justice, she motivated the young participants to ignite their minds with new procedural developments.
The brainstorming sessions of the workshop were addressed by prominent Patna High Court lawyers including Abhinav Srivastava, Harshit Anand, Manu Tripurari, Raushan, Atul Anand, Sanchay Srivastava, Amresh Kumar Sinha and Vagisha Pragya.
Initially, the CNLU Registrar, Manoranjan Prasad Srivastava, welcomed the participants. Workshop organizer Fr. Peter Ladis and coordinator Preety Anand also addressed the participants.

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