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Be honourable, CJ tells law students

Law College Principal Dr. W D Rodrigo presents a memento to Chief Justice Mohan Peiris at the awards ceremony.

Grow with the "Hulftsdorp culture", said Chief Justice Mohan Peiris PC. He said the legal profession shares in the development of the country. He was addressing the Sri Lanka Law College, award ceremony on Friday at the Law College auditorium.

"Be honourable, that is the key to your success, the Chief Justice told the law students and added that there was a lacuna of knowledge in meeting contemporary challenges.

The nation is on a course towards rapid development. The Bar Association of Sri Lanka (BASL) was doing its best with the resources available. The Chief Justice called upon the law students to understand the needs of the community and serve them.

Law College Principal, Dr. W.D. Rodrigo said it was a great honour and privilege to welcome the Chief Justice who is also the Chairman of the Council of Legal Education as the Chief Guest.

Chief Justice Mohan Peiris had always followed the progress of the College with a keen interest and had been always supportive of the College activities and was committed to the legal profession and education, the principal said.

The Law College Principal said that while improving the facilities in the College, the Council of Legal Education is now focusing on improving the academic standards of the College.



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