‘Globalisation Impacts Legal Education In India’

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</div>{/googleAds} He said that transnational laws such as IMF rules, law of WTO and International Financial Regulations have become more important than the law enacted by sovereign parliaments.

Prof. Mustafa was delivering an Extra Mural Lecture on Globalization and Third Generation Reforms in Legal Education at the Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University.

Paying rich tributes to his teachers at AMU Law Faculty, Prof. Mustafa said that AMU Law Faculty has produced several leaders of legal education. He said that as many as eight Vice-Chancellors of National Law Universities were products of Aligarh Muslim University and no other university in India has this distinction.

Prof. Mustafa observed that globalization is impacting legal education in a big way as it has changed the very concept of Law which was earlier state centric. Today, we have to look at market to understand the relationship between law and the state.

He said that transnational laws such as IMF rules, law of WTO and International Financial Regulations have become more important than the law enacted by sovereign parliaments.

The Vice Chancellor of country's number one Law University urged the AMU Law Faculty to bring changes in its curriculum keeping in view realities of free trade and globalization. He also made an appeal to bringing integration of knowledge by introducing new courses such as BBALLB and BSc.LLB as there is a very close relationship between Business and Law and Natural Sciences and Law. Prof. Mustafa further requested the University to adopt one year LL.M. course and act according to the prevalent norms. Prof. Mustafa said that all over the world LL.M. is a one-year course except in the Indian sub-continent.


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