Aditya Swarup does a comparative analysis of the top Indian law schools in terms of the tuition fees they charge for an academic year, in order to impart the best legal education and in terms of a student’s socio economic background.
If law schools are brought into existence to serve a social purpose and create ‘socially conscious’ individuals as they claim to do so, then the prevailing structure of law schools in India is flawed. In this article, I would like to further elucidate this argument in a . . .
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