Bhubaneswar: Maintenance of ‘rajdharm’ is the biggest challenge today, Odisha Governor Prof. Ganeshi Lal said on Thursday.

The need was to imbibe four attributes of goodness, generosity, equanimity and peace which are to be preserved, Prof. Lal said while speaking at the inauguration of ‘Legal Spectra-2020’, the four day annual All India Law School Meet organised by the SOA National Institute of Law, faculty of legal studies of SOA Deemed to be University here.

Quoting Edmund Burke, he said manners were bigger than law while pointing out that those who loved dharna had been crucified.

Prof. Sudam Chandra Si, acting Vice-Chancellor of SOA, presided over the programme which was also addressed by Mr. Ashok Kumar Parija, Advocate General of Odisha and Mr. Gopal Krushna Mohanty, President of the Orissa High Court Bar Association.

Prof. S.A.K.Azad, Dean of SNIL, welcomed the guests. Students from several law schools from all over the country are participating in the festival in which they would participate in several competitions including moot court and debate.