Not a word you read from
any book will be in vain or go
waste: Justice KM Joseph

By Wirenews | 1 February 2020

Justice KM Joseph of the Supreme Court asked the new generation lawyers to make extensive use of the library. He was delivering the convocation address at the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kalamassery in Kerala.

"It may be true that unlike the earlier times today knowledge is at anybody's finger tips by merely opening the laptop or even the mobile phone. But I would still advise all to go to the library and develop the habit of reading which should not be confined to reading relating to any particular case with which you may be involved. Develop a passion for reading. Not a word you read I can assure will be in vain or go waste" he added.

Justice S Manikumar, the chancellor of NUALS and Chief Justice of Kerala presided and conferred the degrees. Dr. KT Jaleel , Pro Chancellor and minister for Higher Education was also present and did a special address. Dr. KC Sunny, Vice Chancellor welcomed all. Ms Sheena Fathima A bagged the first rank in BA LLB  (Hons) and Ms Sharika R the second rank. V. Aravind Rajagopal bagged the first rank for LLM. Besides this, cash prizes and mementos  were given to the three students who won third position in the international environmental moot court competition held at Florida, USA last year. They are Nikitha Susan Paulson, Lijin Vargese and Samyuktha Ramaswami. 

Justice Anil K Narendran of Kerala High Court, CP Sudhaakar Prasad, Advocate General, K S Radhakrishan , former judge of Supreme Court, E Shanavas Khan, Bar Council Chairman , TP Ibrahim Khan, Senior Lawyer  were among those who attended the function. 








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