Source: Souvenir-(AIFTP & ITAT Bar Association)

Honourable Justice Mr. Y. K. Sabharwal, Chief Justice of India

“Moot courts provide golden opportunity for students to build confidence and improve their legal skills besides making contact with other bright students from all over the Country as also other countries”

Honourable Justice V. C. Daga, Judge, Bombay High Court

“Preparation for the legal profession includes various experiences and moot courts are just one of them, where critical analysis of a hypothetical situation involves careful reading and comprehension of judicial opinions, statutes, documents and other written material that help in stimulating the minds and provides diversity which ultimately benefits the students. There are exchange of ideas and different points of view that others bring to the table.

LEGAL EDUCATION in India has never been as good and attractive as it is to day”

Shri V. Ramachandran, Senior Advocate, Madras High Court, National President, AIFTP

“Moot Court paradoxically is most vociferous since it opens door of effective advocacy. Law is a jealous mistress and necessarily entails competition. Moot Courts provide an effective platform and prepare aspiring lawyers to meet the demands of forceful advocacy.”

Hon’ble Justice Shri H. L. Gokhale, Bombay High Court inaugurating the function.

Dignitaries on the Dias (seen from left to right) S/Shri Keshav Bhujle, Chairman, AIFTP (WZ), Dr. K. Shivaram, Chairman, Palkhivala Foundation & Research, Y. P. Trivedi, President, ITAT Bar Association, Mumbai, Hon’ble Justice Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, Bombay High Court, Hon’ble Justice Shri B. N. Srikrishna, Suprema Court of India (Retd.), Hon’ble Justice Shri V. C. Daga, Bombay High Court, Mrs. P. R. Rao, Principal, Government Law College, Mumbai, V. Ramachandran, National President, AIFTP, Prof. Sanjay Kadam, Chairman, Moot Court Association and Abhinav Bhushan, General Secretary, Moot Court Association.

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