Take up pro bono work, work for the marginalised: Justice Chandrachud to law students

Supreme Court Justice DY Chandrachud has advised law students to take up pro bono work and work for the marginalized even if they are working in high paying jobs.

Addressing the students of Maharashtra National University of Law, Mumbai, which held its first convocation ceremony on Saturday at Maharashtra Judicial Academy, Utan. Judge Chandrashod, who is also the university’s president, congratulated the university for “excelling as a center of excellence within a short period of time”. “Fraternity is important to building our democracy of recognizing and accepting the plurality of people,” Justice Chandrashod said, according to a university press release.

The event also saw the presence of Judge B.V. Nagarathna, Judge, High Court, Member of the General Council of the University, Judge Dipankar Datta, Chief Justice of Bombay High Court and Pro-University Counsel.

Leave a Comment