In order to encourage the young law students to serve the community Pro-Bono in the public good, HNLU is in the process of creating a Pro-Bono Club. The club is being created as a measure to fulfill the vision of the newly constituted Pan India scheme on Access to Justice titled ‘Designing Innovative Solutions and Holistic Access to Justice (DISHA)’ in association with the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India and under the scheme ‘NyayBandhu (pro bono legal services)’. The objective is to instill in the young student minds a responsibility towards the community, so that they could continue to offer Pro-Bono services for the unassisted and disadvantaged people of the society.
Hidayatullah National Law University, Nava Raipur, Chhattisgarh, ranked 5th among the National Law Schools of India in popular surveys of magazine is a  premier Law School and institution of research excellence in the country. HNLU was also adjudged as 50/100 World Universities with Real Impact (WURI) under crisis management in 2021 COVID period.
The Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor Prof.(Dr.) V.C.Vivekanandan said “the Pro Bono Club at HNLU will be a milestone in the legal aid efforts of HNLU. The students apart from classroom learning will  be involved directly with the under-privileged and disadvantaged people of the society and will contribute towards creating Access to Justice for the marginalized.”

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  • How can such newly created NyayaBandhu in HNLU be contacted for seeking legal aid in respect of an Infructuous WPC-1765/2016 continuing to be Pending at CG High Court without survival of its Prayers BUT its interim STAY, ordered pro-actively WITHOUT even any prayer / application therefor, continuing to defeat the process of Arbitration even after (the AWARD pronounced in August 2016) more than 5 and half years after the reference under The MSMED Act, 2006, thereby defeating the purpose of the Special Act of 2006 ?

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