Women can bring qualitative amendment in legal education: CM

By Xappie Desk, November 11, 2018 11:19 IST

Women can bring qualitative amendment in legal education: CM

Pinarayi suggests have to explore the potential of digital technology in legal coaching.
 
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has aforesaid that the increasing presence of ladies will certainly bring a qualitative amendment in legal education, besides serving to within the implementation of gender justice laws.
 
“Legal education means that authorization. It permits a lady attentive to her rights to fight for not solely her rights except for others conjointly. it's gratifying to notice that the presence of woman students in law colleges has reached spectacular levels, consequently increasing their range in the legal profession and therefore the judiciary,” he aforesaid when giving birth the muse stone for the girl’s hostel extension at the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS) at Kalamassery on Sabbatum. Suggesting the requirement to explore the potential of digital technology in legal education, Mr. Vijayan aforesaid digital technology should be wont to remodel legal education.
 
“We should realize the importance of digital tools in teaching generally and skilled education specifically. Legal education should provide leadership and vision to produce the simplest of learning within the digital age. If public establishments like NUALS fail during this task, non-public establishments, that are principally within the nature of economic institutions, can exploit true to their advantage. this could not happen,” he said.
 
The Chief Minister discerned that there have been those who argued that medical care of education would de-humanize education. “They maintain that teaching best happens through nice conversations between lecturers and students. Studies show that emulsified learning environments that integrate digital and face-to-face interactions are the foremost effective,” he said.
 
Mr. Vijayan urged the varsity authorities to line up a memorial commemorative the contributions of senior professional M.K. Damodaran. the govt can take into account extending support to the initiative, he said.
 
In his presidential address, Hrishikesh Roy, judge of the Kerala supreme court, aforesaid law students opted for a life of learning once they determined to pursue a legal education.
 
“Education in law doesn't finish with institutional learning. Legal education is simply a foundation. Unless you have got that spirit, you'll not be able to create a mark as a professional or law skilled,” he added.
 
B.G. Harindranath, Law Secretary and decision maker in-charge of NUALS; K.V. Thomas, MP; V.K. Ebrahim Kunju, MLA; P. Leelakrishnan, member, council, NUALS, spoke.
 
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