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Attorneys Urged To Practice With Credibility …As 56 Admitted To Montserrado Bar

By Grace Q. Bryant
The former Chief Justice, Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott, is calling on the 56 qualified Attorneys-at-Law to take up their careers with ethics, creditability, integrity and compassion for old people with honesty that will make the difference.
Speaking over the weekend at the program admitting the qualified Attorneys-at-Law into the Montserrado Bar Association held at the Civil Court, “B” in Liberia, Cllr. Scott urged them not to be concerned about money but rather focus on their courage to protect the Constitution of the Republic.
“We are getting off the scene and you are coming on, whether or not we set a good example, that’s not the issue; it is what you will contribute in setting the Republic of Liberia straight and generations to come,” Cllr. Scott added.
The president of the Liberia National Bar Association, Cllr. Tiawon Gongloe, encouraged Attorneys to practice law by doing research, teaching others, going to court, therefore participating in every activity.
“There are many ways to practice law but this society is in a great need for legal service to make sure that our peace is sustain by the rule of Law,” Cllr. Gongloe revealed.
Meanwhile, Judge Scheaplor Dunbar congratulated the newly admitted Attorneys-at-Law for taking up the profession seriously and warned all of them against the odds of the profession, adding that they should be truthful to their clients and to the nation, urging them further to do the right things the profession’s ordinance requires.
The Judge finally warned them to be honest to their clients and respect the rule of law always and to tell their clients when they are wrong.
” Practice actively; that’s the only way you can be successful in the process, adding that the University Law School will not teach you everything but as you come on the field, you will learn other new things from there,” Judge Dunbar explained.

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