Law Minister reveals plans to revolutionize legal education: Four law schools of excellence in the works
The Law Minister, Veerappa Moily, revealed plans to establish four new 'law schools of excellence' as part of the Law Ministry's drive to reform legal education in India. Speaking to reporters, the Minister, who was instrumental in founding the first National Law School in Bangalore remarked that in order to improve legal education, there was a need for "capacity building, and upgrading faculties." "There is no reason why the Information Technology success story can't be emulated in legal field," he observed.
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