Allow law teachers to practice in courts: NLU ConsortiumFebruary 21 2019
In a bid to encourage students to take up litigation as a career, the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLU Consortium) has called for allowing law teachers to practice in courts.
In order to improve clinical legal education and to attract “bright students of NLUs” to take up litigation as a career, it is necessary for law teachers to go to courts themselves along with the students, a release issued by the NLU Consortium states.
The Executive Committee of the NLU Consortium, under . . .
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