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Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training (MILAT)

03 September 2013

Prof (Justice) Avadh Behari Rohatgi – father of senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi – was posthumously awarded the SILF-MILAT Distinguished Law Teacher Award 2013 on 1 September, at the “fifth law teacher’s day” celebrated by the Society of Indian Law Firms (SILF) and NLSIU Bangalore founder Prof Madhav Menon’s Menon Institute of Legal Advocacy Training (MILAT).

Seedling School of Law & Governance Jaipur director Prof VS Mani was awarded the “SILF-MILAT Prof NR Madhava Menon Best Law Teacher Award 2013”, Amity University Law School Noida and ILS Law College Pune were awarded the “SILF-MILAT Institutional Leadership Award 2013”, NLSIU Bangalore Prof Ashok R Patil was awarded the “SILF-MILAT Education Innovation Award 2013”, and NLSIU’s Jessup 2013 winning team was awarded the “SILF MILAT Best Law Student Award 2013”, according to a press release from SILF-MILAT.

ILS Pune had also been felicitated by the BCI as one of India’s five “outstanding law colleges” in its golden jubilee celebrations in February.

The “law symposium” presided over by Supreme Court justice Madan Lokur raised a discussion on institutionalised structures that will help fulfil “the need for court mangers to focus on the twin issues of making judicial administration as well as support system administration in courts more efficient and litigant friendly in order to cut delays and speed up disposal of cases,” stated the release.

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