Role of Positive Psychology in Achieving Global Aim of Access to Justice: A Study of Clinical Legal Education in India

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Dr. Raj Kumar Yadav, Mr. Sanjeev Ghanghash


Legal education has progressed in order to generate more competent and active lawyers. Ever since Advocates Act of 1961, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has indeed been critical in controlling legal standards of education and overseeing law institutions that offer law degrees. Conventional teaching approaches are insufficient for the legal education. Clinical Legal Education is an approach that allows students to gain hands on experience while learning. Also it, but not simply via the educational style, spreads the enthusiasm for general public and welfare care amongst law school students. As a result, Legal Aid works collaboratively with Clinical Legal Education.

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