We are extracting below the important observations made in the Report of the First GNLU Review Commission for Stripped Law readers. The full report is available for download below.
Legal education in India hitherto has been notionally perceived as a domain
integrally gelled with the judicial establishment associated with its 'colonial
legacy’ tag though there has been a slow paradigmatic shift in the pedagogy in
the last decade or two.
Without going for sweeping generalization, it still can be argued that the trend has pitiably pushed study and research on philosophy, ethics, history, law and governance etc. almost to the margin, and the trend of peripherialisation perhaps reached its logical climax with the call of ‘end of ideology/history’ coinciding with the advent of globalization.