CJI Misra asks budding lawyers, judges to not get swayed away by infighting

New Delhi: Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra today asked budding lawyers and judges not to get swayed away by infighting and distractions that come their way and suggested them to deal with such situations courageously.

He was addressing law students at the sixth convocation of the National Law University here.
“You are required to develop an attitude not to get swayed away by the infighting and distractions that come your way. Remain firm and courageous,” CJI Misra told the students.
He said it was important for budding lawyers to familiarise themselves with the undercurrents of various social diversities and disparities that divide society.

“Unless you do it, you will find it difficult to mature in your role either as a lawyer or as an administrator… Without having a comprehensive and pragmatic understanding of social realities, you may not be able to correlate law and social impulses,” he said.
The CJI said the “welfare of people is the supreme law” and hoped that the newcomers would move up the scale of their profession by taking deprived sections of society along.

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