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Sep 02, 2018
8:09AM

Lawyers have to play role of change agents to address socio-economic conflicts: VP Venkaiah Naidu

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Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu has said that lawyers have to play the role of change agents or social engineers to address the socio-economic under-currents and conflicts. Addressing a gathering after presenting Tenth Law Teachers Day Awards in New Delhi yesterday, Mr Naidu asked the legal practitioners to continuously their knowledge to capture the subtle nuances of laws and regulations. He said, they have to address a variety of new crimes triggered by the technological advancements and liberalization.  Urging lawyers to play a much larger role than the conventional roles assigned to them, the Vice President asked them to make people aware of their rights and duties as well as remedies which are available to them.

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