The Woxsen University School of Law will organise competition, lectures and other events at moot court to provide theoretical and practical knowledge.
Careers360 Connect | December 8, 2023 | 11:55 AM IST
NEW DELHI: Telangana Bar Council chairman Narasimha Reddy Anantha has inaugurated a moot court in Woxsen University Kamkole campus.
The moot court will provide an immersive experience, allowing law students to refine their advocacy skills, research abilities and legal reasoning. The court has been developed to provide a platform for providing theoretical knowledge, along with practical application. It will empower aspiring lawyers to showcase their talents within a realistic courtroom setting, the university said.
Addressing the students and faculty members, Narasimha Reddy Anantha said, “Legal industry is challenging yet a rewarding career. Every student must develop analytical and problem solving skills to excel in this industry. This holds so much importance as a profession because it gives us an opportunity to take action on issues of social justice and inequality, and bring about positive change in our community.”
Expressing admiration for Woxsen University, he added that the institution stands out with its unique features, making it the best in terms of area and infrastructure.Emphasising on the National Law Day, he said, “The day reflects about the visionary leaders who crafted the Constitution. It serves as an opportunity to reflect on the principles enshrined in this remarkable document, principles that form the bedrock of our democratic society and to celebrate the legal fraternity’s role in safeguarding the rights and liberties of every citizen.”
Woxsen’s Moot Court, mentored by the top lawyers from various jurisdictions including Australia, the USA and the UK, offers permanent membership to its students. The mooting proposition is largely based on contemporary issues of global character. Students participating in the moot court competitions receive individual training from experienced mentors and professors. The society also organises special lectures to prepare students for international and national moot court competitions.
A Sreelatha, dean, Woxsen University School of Law, said, “This moot court is a great addition to the institution’s infrastructure. The moot court competitions help students gain skills in both written and oral advocacy by engaging them in legal analysis. They will be able to understand legal issues from various perspectives and get a chance to network, work in teams and learn from their peers.”
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