Representing Scotland in the International finals of a major counselling competition, two law students from Dundee University will head to India for the finals. It was told that Steven Blane and Bruce Langlands both students of School of Law at Dundee are doing their diploma in legal practice. These students will head to Bangalore in India for the competition in which teams from all parts of the world will be participating.
The main aim of this global competition is to test the different skills and quality a lawyer should possess in his profession. It tests their ability, confidence, awareness, counselling and other legal aspects. These two law students are looking to repeat the success of the Scottish team from Glasgow who were the winners in the 2002 competition in Florida.
Meanwhile the Scottish round of this competition included five institutions which offer the Diploma in legal practice. Dundee also has hosted this competition in 2006 in which the team from Glasgow school of graduates won the competition. This global competition gives these future lawyers to test their ability and skill and also to know the different facet of the case.