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By FutureLaw Desk

Manarat International University has organized a workshop on “Legal Skill Development” on 24 March 2018.  More than 100 delegates from different public and private universities have participated in the workshop.

After reciting from the Holy Quran, the honorable Vice-chancellor of MIU has delivered his cherished speech. He articulated his profound thought and feeling that justice-seeking people are not getting justice properly. However, he counseled the prospective law graduates and soon to be lawyers to take constructive footsteps in order to mend this outbreak situation.

Mr. SM Mahfujul Alam, Senior Assistant Judge, started the first session of the workshop. He presented the techniques and guidelines for smart preparation for competitive professional exams. He also focused on various hindrances which a legal professional commonly experience in his early life, and he also gave ways out to overcome those problems. He concluded his session by sharing his professional experiences.

After a lunch break, the second session commenced with the motivational speech of K.M Rakibul Islam, an Advocate of Supreme Court of Bangladesh and Guest faculty of the Department of Law, Manarat International University.  He showed some tips and tricks for success for the law students. Moreover, he showed a comprehensive way of success in BJS and Advocate ship exam. At the end of the session, he organized a question answering session where students got the answers to their basic queries.

The closing ceremony of the workshop was chaired by the Special Guest: Barrister FoyezUddin Ahmed, Advocate Supreme Court of Bangladesh. In his speech, Barrister Fayez Uddin Ahmed applauded for organizing such kind of workshop. He vowed to help in every possible way to arrange such seminars at MIU regularly.

The program was concluded with a certificate awarding ceremony.

 

 

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