On the eve of the National Law Day, the All India Bar Association has put across their views to the Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh on the present legal system in India. The dignitaries who attende
though the recommendations with regard to the age of judges is good, but why and how can they discriminate between the NLU and non NLU, its just not accepted. and I agree with Shrishti every body can not get to NLU with restrictions on seat and number of aspirants now Law has got.
ITS THE BAST STEP BUTRather then discriminating a student on the basis of nlus and non-nlus its better to select student on the basis of his/her overall achievements as a topper of central or state university would be far better and brighter than a weak student of any nlu. moreover there are only nearly 1200 seats in the nlus and every student is not lucky enough to acquire one of them but that simply does'nt mean that he/she have to tolerate such type of discrimination after completing there studies also.
The Rationality for such changes may be impossible in near future to implement. The distinction between National Law Schools and other colleges is quite valid. The level of efficiency for the National Law School students is evidently much better than other law colleges. There is a valid reason why they get better placements and perform much better .While one may argue that it is not, but the thing to note that it exists none the less.
The discrimination between NLU's and Non NLU's is a ridiculous recommendation
Good suggestions. However, creating the distinction between the NLU grads and others does not appear to be appropriate. In fact, all law graduates must be undergo clerkship or otherwise assist in some other manner in the judiciary before being allowed to practise law. Most of the law graduates across the country would look forward to such positions. The NLU grads are likely to be more interested in a corporate law firm or a company since they spend a lot more on their law education.
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