Law students briefed on Pattaya legal affairs

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Deputy City Manager Atipat Yingsiritanrat welcomes nearly four dozen law students for a primer on how Pattaya handles its legal affairs.
Deputy City Manager Atipat Yingsiritanrat welcomes nearly four dozen law students for a primer on how Pattaya handles its legal affairs.

Nearly four dozen law students were given a primer on how Pattaya handles its legal affairs.

Deputy City Manager Atipat Yingsiritanrat greeted the 44 students from the Interior Ministry’s Local Personnel Development Institute and its development director Teerapong Worapratchtha­nayot Feb. 15 at city hall.

City attorney Nalitchote Boothdee spoke to the group on Pattaya’s legal affairs and how the city is managed.

The goal of the field trip was to improve the students’ knowledge in the field of law, legal proceedings and management as the group was briefed over the policies in Pattaya and rules to abide by.

After the lecture, Atipat presented a gift of appreciation to the group.