The Incorporated Council of Legal Education today decided to postpone the final year examinations of the Sri Lanka Law College. Therefore the Council of Legal Education decided to defer examination papers scheduled for the 13th and 17th of August 2021 until further notice.

Issuing a notice, Acting Principal of Sri Lanka Law College Shehan C. Perera announced that the rescheduled dates for these papers will be announced in due course.

The Law Students’ Union of Sri Lanka had urged Sri Lanka Law College to halt conducting its final year examinations these days with the participation of over 1400 students from all over the country at Lumbini College, Colombo 05.

The Students’ Union had started signing an online petition to voice the concerns raised by the students about safety and well-being, given the recent spike in the country’s Covid-19 situation.

The Students’ Union applauds this decision made by the Incorporated Council of Legal Education and the Sri Lanka Law College Administration to ensure the safety and well-being of the entire law student community and the country.

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