On Thursday, the Bar Council of India (BCI) Trust-Pearl First will inaugurate the India International University of Legal Education and Research (IIULER) in Goa.
Justices BR Gavai, Surya Kant, and MM Sundresh of the Supreme Court, as well as Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, will be in presence.
The varsity’s curriculum will include undergraduate, postgraduate, and research courses. It aims to include:
- 3D Study of law [text, context and action part of law]
- Comparative law methodology
- Multi-disciplinary courses with proper integration to law
- Equal emphasis on skilling
- Simulated training
- Experiential learning
- International placements
- Foreign language lab
- Indian value orientation
- Personality development programmes
- Personalised mentorship
Manan Kumar Mishra, BCI Chairman and Senior Advocate, believes that developing leadership characteristics in students and instructors is critical.
As a result, the University aspires to provide education through top international university professors, current and past judges, jurists, and the country’s leading Senior Advocates and teachers.
The University will provide the following services as part of its vision:
- Foreign exchange programme of teachers and students.
- Dual degree programmes.
- Practical experience Supreme Court of India, High Courts and district courts.
- Practical experience courts of the developed countries.
- Experience of arbitration, mediation and other alternate dispute resolutions.
- Making best and efficient judges of all courts.
- Besides civil, criminal, Constitutional laws special teaching and research in all the modern laws, corporate, cyber, electronic evidence, medical jurisprudence, forensic science, space laws, deep sea laws.
- Honing skills of law students to ensure they are field ready post degree.
- Avoiding 2-3 years of waiting period from professional life of law graduate.
- Unique concept of new legal education.
At the inauguration, members of the country’s numerous Bar Councils and High Court Bar Associations are anticipated to attend.