International Lawyers Conference 2023: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the International Lawyers Conference 2023 at Vigyan Bhawan in New Delhi today (September 23). The Prime Minister also addressed the gathering on the occasion.
"Bharat completed 75 years of independence recently. In the fight for independence, the legal fraternity played a huge role. Many lawyers left their practice to join the independence movement. The independent judiciary of Bharat has a major role to play in why the world today believes in Bharat," said PM Modi at the ‘International Lawyers’ Conference.
“The legal fraternity plays a very important role in the building of any country. For years, the judiciary and Bar have been the patron of India’s law and order,” said PM Modi.
"Strong, impartial justice system is the base for achieving our goal of making India developed by 2047," added PM Modi today. "Women's reservation law will give women-led development new direction, energy," said PM at International Lawyers' Conference.
According to an official statement, the International Lawyer's Conference 2023 is being organised by the Bar Council of India on the theme ‘Emerging Challenges in Justice Delivery System’ on September 23 (Saturday) and September 24 (Sunday).
The conference aims to serve as a platform for meaningful dialogue and discussion on various legal topics of national and international importance, foster the exchange of ideas and experiences, and strengthen international cooperation and understanding of legal issues.
The conference, which is being organised for the first time in the country, will discuss topics such as emerging legal trends, challenges in cross-border litigation, legal technology, environmental law etc. The programme will witness the participation of distinguished judges, legal professionals, and leaders of the global legal fraternity.
(With agencies inputs)