Established in 1924. Rated A+ by NAAC from 2004-2009, and among top ten law institutions of India for many years.
Methods adopted by teachers in teaching law
Such a teacher favors training of students in legal doctrines, and the teacher has comprehensive knowledge of the subject matter.
Such a teacher favors teaching of legal skills which are more likely to help students gain employment. Such a teacher generally has practical background and many time is also a practitioner and he/she knows how the law ‘really’ worked
Such a teacher believes in individual freedom, social responsibility and informed rationality. He/she connects law with society and inspires student’s interest in lifelong learning, in becoming a better citizen, and in seeking social justice.
Such a teacher believes in questioning existing state of affairs within the legal system by exposing and searching the undisclosed political positions, gender biases, cultural biases and power relations within legal education and within law. Such a law teacher is an ardent critic or a charismatic rebel who inspires students of law to insubordination and subversion.
Tend to learn by rote and not to question the assumptions underpinning the material
Tend to examine arguments critically, to question the assumptions on which they are based, and to relate them to previous knowledge and understanding
Preparing a regular study schedule for the