By Nation Reporter
CAVENDISH University has celebrated the admission to the bar of 22 of law graduates who passed examinations at Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education (ZIALE).
The 22 include 13 admitted to the bar this year.
Speaking at the Cavendish new campus in Lusaka, Cavendish Vice Chancellor, Mutale Musonda said the university the university’s contribution to educating young ones was now showing fruits.
“Our contribution to educating our young people is now showing and we are proud of the caliber of our graduates,” Professor Musonda said.
He was happy that Cavendish University was playing its role by plugging the shortfall of well-trained lawyers because of limited training facilities at the moment.
ZIALE Director Joseph Chibuye said the recent high performance of graduates from Cavendish was a testimony that hard working people deserved better results.
He said the recent performance of ZIALE by the law graduates from Cavendish was a testimony that “if you work hard, you get the required results”.
Mr. Chibuye said ZIALE ensured that only the best law graduates were called to the bar and the recently admitted students worked hard to achieve their goals.
And Cavendish University Council Chairman and Senior Counsel, Dr. Overs Banda gave a perspective of the development of law schools and laws governing them so that quality legal advice can be availed.
Dr. Banda urged graduates to move Cavendish’s law programme to greater heights by tutoring and mentoring current law students.
Cavendish University Zambia was registered in 2014 to provide university education.