Benjamin Franklin once quoted that “Change is the only constant in life. One’s ability to adapt to those changes will determine your success in life.” Technology and Legal Education are inextricable entities as they cannot be separated if the motive behind the formulation of laws is to administer justice. This article gives insights into the legal education system in India by locating it within a wider context of form and ways of legal education in the country. Legal education is needed to fulfill the needs of the community, society, and nation as well because advocates are the persons who interpret the law and deal directly with the entire society. The article makes an attempt at the importance of legal education in India and highlights the aims of legal education in India. Law is a multidisciplinary course hence understanding it in various social, economic, political, and scientific ways to fulfill diverse legal needs at home and abroad is its other aim. The article then considers the role of the Bar Council of India in the field of legal education regarding the standard, curriculum, both optional and core courses as with the changing needs of society the task of the lawyers is highly technical and there is an imperative need to have competent lawyers who would be trained in the right culture of legal education. The aim of legal education’ said the Gajendragadkar Committee, ‘would be to make the students of law good lawyers who have absorbed and mastered the theory of law, its philosophy, its functions, and its role in a democratic society.’ The article also throws light on what innovative technology is used in imparting legal education in the present context of digital India. Innovation is all about how you can use technology to help people impart legal education and become lifelong learners and change-makers. The article concludes with some observations of the authors and ends with a few recommendations at the end that no one beats human intelligence including artificial intelligence.
Recent Trends In Using Innovatory Technology Imparting The Legal Education In India
Journal Title: Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review
Author(s): Moh’d Masoud Khartoum & Prof. (Dr.) Mohammed Saheb Hussain
Published On: 03/05/2023
First Page: 60
Last Page: 69
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher
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Moh’d Masoud Khartoum & Prof. (Dr.) Mohammed Saheb Hussain, Recent Trends In Using Innovatory Technology Imparting The Legal Education In India, Volume 4 Issue 2, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review, 60-69, Published on 03/05/2023, Available at https://ajmrr.thelawbrigade.com/article/recent-trends-in-using-innovatory-technology-imparting-the-legal-education-in-india/
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