Some reflections on the Yashpal committee report

Your Education is Our World

But what makes legal education distinct is its signal contribution to societal and national integration by offering techniques, arenas and platforms for rational, orderly and non-violent settlement of disputes and handling of conflicts. Unfortunately, legal education remains a low priority area of policy planning in higher education, despite the fact that legal proficiency is the vital resource sustaining democracy, human rights and rule of law. In this circumstance the decision of the Government of Kerala to appoint an expert committee to suggest reforms in the legal education system in the state, under the chairmanship of N R Madhava Menon, assumes significance. The report of the expert committee is now being widely debated by law students, law teachers and lawyers all over the state.  Read More >>

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