Haldia Law College sets up memorial moot court hall in memory of Late Rupinder Singh Suri

The establishment of the Memorial Moot Court Hall at Haldia Law College stands as a befitting tribute to the memory of Late Rupinder Singh Suri.
Haldia Law College
Haldia Law College

On Monday, Haldia Law College took a significant step to commemorate the remarkable contributions of Senior Advocate Late Rupinder Singh Suri.

The institution unveiled a state of the art Memorial Moot Court Hall dedicated to the revered legal luminary who was the Additional Solicitor General of India and former President of the Supreme Court Bar Association.

This tribute serves as a testament to Suri's unwavering commitment to the field of law and his lasting impact on the legal community.

The establishment of this hall not only preserves his legacy but also provides a remarkable platform for future legal minds to hone their skills and uphold the principles he so fervently championed.

Late Rupinder Singh Suri was a towering figure in the Indian legal system, known for his exceptional legal acumen and his passion for justice.

Throughout his illustrious career, he consistently demonstrated his dedication to upholding the rule of law and fighting for the rights of the marginalised.

He established Suri & Company Law Firm in 1984, was designated a Senior Advocate in 2009 by the Supreme Court of India as a recognition of his expertise in constitutional matters. 

Subsequently he was appointed the Additional Solicitor General of India, and in his tenure he made significant contributions in representing the government in various critical cases, leaving an indelible mark on the legal landscape of the country.

The Moot Court Hall was inaugurated by his wife and Managing Partner of Suri & Company Law Firm Gurvinder Suri and the Program was presided by the Chairman of the Law College Dr Lakshman Chandra Seth.

HALDIA LAW COLLEGE
HALDIA LAW COLLEGE

The establishment of the Memorial Moot Court Hall at Haldia Law College stands as a befitting tribute to the memory of Late Rupinder Singh Suri. This modern facility, equipped with cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure, aims to provide law students with a realistic courtroom experience.

The hall will serve as a space where budding lawyers can develop their advocacy skills, engage in mock trials, and simulate legal proceedings. It will undoubtedly contribute to their overall growth and help them prepare for the challenges that lie ahead in their legal careers.

The Memorial Moot Court Hall is an invaluable addition to Haldia Law College, offering its students a unique opportunity to gain practical experience and refine their courtroom skills.

Through moot court competitions and interactive sessions, aspiring lawyers will be able to enhance their research, oral advocacy, and critical thinking abilities. The facility will foster an environment that nurtures their talents, encouraging them to become proficient and confident legal professionals.

By naming the Moot Court Hall after Late Rupinder Singh Suri, Haldia Law College ensures that his legacy will be perpetually remembered and celebrated.

Students, faculty, and visitors to the college will be reminded of Suri's extraordinary accomplishments and his unwavering commitment to justice every time they enter the hall. This initiative is a fitting gesture that not only pays tribute to a legal luminary but also inspires current and future generations of law students to follow in his footsteps.

The facility will provide law students with an exceptional platform to develop their advocacy skills and learn the intricacies of the legal profession.

The hall's dedication to Suri's memory ensures that his contributions to the legal fraternity will be remembered and cherished for generations to come. As aspiring lawyers pass through its doors, they will be inspired to emulate his dedication, integrity, and commitment to justice.

HALDIA LAW COLLEGE
HALDIA LAW COLLEGE

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