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Every field of higher education, including the arts, social sciences, physical sciences, technology, and law, as well as every form of education, whether general, professional, or technical, has something to ‘take’ from the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. This is the first time in the...
One of the significant challenges in legal education during the coronavirus pandemic 2020–2022 was effectively conducting remote practical advocacy courses. This article addresses that issue by reporting results of a study conducted of final-year undergraduate law students taking part in a civil...
From 2014 to 2019, a national, longitudinal study followed a group of self-selected law students enrolled at four of the six Aotearoa New Zealand law schools. This paper presents study participants’ self-reported post-law school reflections and experiences. These provide insight as to how...
Education is a crucial tool for bringing a positive change in society and for the growth of the economy. While talking about legal education, in particular, it has been imparted in all the nations in some form or other, and it is imperative to impart legal education properly to make the members...
In an environment that aims to promote lifelong and adult learning, legal education needs to be acutely aware of the different skill and learning aptitudes among adult students as well as their motivation and interest. I present a case study of a first-year undergraduate law course, law of...
The oceans’ role in maintaining the climate of this planet is unquestionably vital. But today, the fine balance in ocean chemistry is dangerously upset by the global warming, leading to more warmer oceans and a continuous rise in sea level across the globe. With that comes the threat to marine...
This commentary details the sweeping changes to the route to qualification as a solicitor in England and Wales brought about in September 2021 and considers the opportunities and risks presented to university law school clinics by one aspect of this route: the new system of Qualifying Work...
Socio-Legal Research: Theory and Methodology, P.P. Mitra, Thomson Reuters South Asia Private Limited, India, 2021 pp. xxiv + 181. Price ₹400, ISBN 978-819-47-7232-3.
Thinking about Clinical Legal Education: Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives. Edited by Omar Madhloom and Hugh McFaul, Routledge, London, 2021. pp. 284 (Hardback), £100.00 ISBN 9780367273491, (eBook), £29.59 ISBN 9780429299247.
Complete Contract Law. Authored by André Naidoo, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2021. pp. 692, £37.99. ISBN 9780198749868.
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