Indore | The profession of advocacy is very glorious and full of responsibility. But it requires a lot of hard work, said former Judge of Allahabad High Court and Member, National Green Tribunal, New Delhi Justice Sudhir Agarwal while addressing the closing ceremony of Padma Shri NN Jain National Moot Court Competition. He said that work in the profession of advocacy cannot be done by counting hours. Also, there is no shortcut here and hard work is very important in this profession, he added.
Dr. Davish Jain, Chairman, Prestige Education Foundation, said that in today's era, the profession of advocacy is very popular and brilliant.
After three days of tough competition, the team of Law Institute of Uttaranchal University, Dehradun won the trophy. The team from School of Excellence, BR Ambedkar University, Chennai stood second.
'No shortcuts in profession of advocacy'
The School of Excellence of BR Ambedkar University received the best mooter award. The title of Best Researcher went to the student of Harisingh Gour University, Sagar, while the Best Memorial Award went to Jagran University, Bhopal. All the winners were awarded cash prizes and trophies.