Kiran Bedi received the Doctor of Laws degree after a unanimous vote by graduating students and teachers at the law school. To celebrate the honorary degree, CUNY School of Law flew Bedi from India to Queens, where she spent the day celebrating with students and teachers and providing advice on stress relief practices, now that the graduates will be applying their newly acquired law enforcement skills.At a meeting with the graduates last week Bedi, who recently returned to India from two years of service as the United Nations Civilian Police Adviser in the Department of Peacekeeping Operations in Manhattan, congratulated the students on their success and encouraged them to continue in their meditative exercises.
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