legally empowering people . . .
The Centre for Advancement of Legal Education has been established recognising the need to have a pool of young and well equipped legal professionals for the ultimate advancement of the cause of justice. We believe that the bare minimum for any society to be peaceful, it is required that justice prevails.
For the purposes of learning, the Centre for Advancement of Legal Education deploys an innovative pedagogy which combines academic learning with practical functioning and emulations.
Several practicing advocates, including veterans as also fresh graduates attempting to carve out a space for themselves at the Bar, maintain a striking identicality in their thoughts about their struggle in the initial years of practice which in turn is a consequence of lack of procedural understanding coupled with lack of exposure to trial advocacy idiosyncrasies. The lack of aforementioned, despite marvellous skills in research and substantive provisions, makes it extremely difficult for new entrants to the Bar to independently pursue any matter/case eclipsing the prospects of establishing independent practice besides compelling them to bank heavily upon their respective chambers/seniors. It is also an open secret that most chambers engage new-comers for researching or briefing activities thereby thwarting opportunities providing procedural experience. Focused on eliminating the afore-discussed grey area as a consequence of which law graduates take a long time to overcome the handicap inflicted upon them (on account of partially deficient curriculum), Law for Aid and Welfare (LAW) have designed this unique workshop to attune and equip students of law and fresh graduates with practical know-how. The programme emulates actual trial court functioning and practices to train students of laws.
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