Bhopal: Mumbai High Court Advocate Geeta Handa Khanuja conducted a one credit course Toolkit for a Litigating Career at National Law Institute University Bhopal. It was a part of four-day event which began from February 4 and concluded on Friday. It aimed at building wordsmiths under the aegis of the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 – the benevolent legislation of tomorrow.
Narrating the legal tales to ignite the inherent dormant potential and creativity of students, Khanuja addressed the law students. Being an experienced lawyer of Mumbai in the field of Consumer Law, Medical Law and Ethics, Insurance Law, Law related to Builders, Aviation, Cyber Law Advocate Khanuja shared her experiences on diverse subjects.
These were – metamorphosis of the mind, fabrication of a lawyer, amalgamation with legal intuition, initiation of innovative processes, panoramic perception of the court, induction of techniques of equanimity, impalpable variables of the Legal Industry, transmutation from agitation to paroxysm, training to be par excellent, portrait of the legal tapestry, concoction of a fire brand image, buttressing ethical values, legal vocal chords and manufacture the second set of eyes and ears.