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Indian Lawyers Forum bids farewell to Adv Stanley
September 2, 2013, 2:55 pm
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Indian Lawyers' Forum Kuwait organized function to bid farewell to its Member Advocate Stanley M. John, who is leaving Kuwait for good.  Adv. Stanley M John hailing from Kulathupusha, Kollam, Kerala was an active  member of Indian Lawyers’ Forum. He was working as the Vice-President Middle East Business solution Int’l Kuwait, and now transferred to their Corporate office in Virginia USA.

The function was presided over by the President of Indian Lawyers’ Forum, Adv. Thomas Panicker,  which was held at HiDine Restaurnt Auditorium.

 President underlined the importance of arranging such farewell functions for members who are leaving from Kuwait.  The function is personally touching and President advised all memebrs to attend such functions without fail.  He wished Adv. Stanley and family all the best wishes.

General Convenor Adv. Mohammed Basheer,  Advocate Thomas Stephen, Advocate Jiji  Chellappan, Adv.  Twinkle Chacko, Adv. Priyah Sasi, made felicitation speeches on the occasion remembering the warm relationship and cooperation they maintained with  Adv. Stanley. 

Mrs. Sujan Panicker presented memento of the Forum to Adv. Stanley and Mili and wished them all success in his career and life ahead.

Stanley John in his reply speech remarked that his tenure as Indian Lawyers’ Forum member  was eventful and rejoicing.

He said through Forum he has been benefited a lot, especially to find out professional friends, participate in legal and other discussions with the fraternity and help each other in their career and personal life.  He extended his thanks to all the Forum members and assured his continued services to the Forum and its activities in future.

Those who are interested with Forum activities may contact Tel. & Fax 24346934,   Mob. 97203939, 97260159
Email:   advpanicker@gmail.com     
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