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NEW ONE: A.P. Shah , Chief Justice,of Madras High Court lighting a lamp to mark the inauguration of a new hall at the Small Causes Court building in Chennai on Wednesday.
NEW ONE: A.P. Shah , Chief Justice,of Madras High Court lighting a lamp to mark the inauguration of a new hall at the Small Causes Court building in Chennai on Wednesday.

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Chief Justice donates a set of law books to the Law Association library

CHENNAI: Chief Justice of the Madras High Court A.P. Shah wanted young lawyers to be trained by seniors, especially in court etiquettes and in the presentation of cases. Speaking at a function organised by the Law Association to mark the inauguration of a new hall at the Small Causes Court building on Wednesday, he appealed to the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu to teach advocacy to young lawyers in a big way. “I have spoken to K. Chandra Mohan, chairman of the Bar Council of Tamil Nadu, and I am confident that he would take up the cause of the young lawyers.”

The Chief Justice also donated a set of law books to the Law Association library.

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