Clinical Legal Education in India: A Study of Pragmatic Approach

Posted: 9 Feb 2014

Date Written: March 9, 2012

Abstract

Legal Education is different from all the subjects and there is different method is used of teaching of law that is why it is called as clinical legal education and it includes debate, moot court participation, case study, group discussion and legal aid, etc.

In India provision of legal aid for poor have been incorporated by the legislature through National Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 but in reality the approach is failed and all persons are not able to have recourse of Legal aid for proper justice.

Keywords: Legal Aid, Clinical method, justice delivery system

Suggested Citation

Kumar Yadav, Dr. Raj, Clinical Legal Education in India: A Study of Pragmatic Approach (March 9, 2012). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2018748

Dr. Raj Kumar Yadav (Contact Author)

Central University of Punjab ( email )

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Bathinda, Punjab 151401
India
09466602200 (Phone)

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