CNLU PATNA:NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON OUR COMMON CONCERN ON TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN LAW
Despite the novel initiative and continuous efforts made by the Bar Council of India (BCI) and National Law Universities across the country, the teaching and research have been a subject of concern even today. It is an undeniable fact that legal education is significantly different from that of any other social sciences and humanities education, although interconnected. Legal education prepares not only professionals, i.e. lawyer, judges, jurists, activists, etc; it also grooms confident and analytical human beings for society, academics and administration. Legal education aims to train the mind in order to bring solution to the emerging issues, threat and challenges of cosmopolitan society due to globalisation.
This workshop will discuss and try to find out the solution to our growing concern as to scarcity of trained teaching faculty, inter-disciplinary vs intra-disciplinary vs cross-disciplinary teaching & research, grooming of faculty, curriculum design, setting of question papers, evaluation of answer sheet, research activities and research attitudes of the scholars, role of academic administrators, student-teacher relationship, legal aid clinic, co-curricular activities, social outreach program, research writing, court and legislative drafting, court training and internship programs. How to overcome problems in the way to enrich the legal education as a social justice education, is the subject matter of concern and discussion in this workshop.
The Chanakya National Law University (CNLU) invites abstract(original think piece) in 500-1000 words under the following Sub theme connected to the issues in the theme :-
- Teaching technique in law,
- Research methodology in Law,
- Professional Skill development in Law.
Submission of Abstract –30.11.2018(Last date),
Communication of selection—04.12.2018
Last date of registration—10.12.2018
Registration fee –
Academician -1500/-; Research scholars -Rs.1200/- (with accommodation), Rs.600/- (without accommodation).NO TA/DA.
2. Research Scholar.
Number of participants-60.