The ‘clinical method’ of legal education is another innovative method of teaching adopted by the Law School , which tries to integrate actual fieldwork with classroom instruction. It is a valuable method of self-study under supervision. It develops in the students varied skills in collection and assimilation of knowledge and critical writing. It helps improve his/her analytical abilities and communication skills.
The Law School has a unique and innovative curriculum in which Practical Training occupies an important place. Practical training attempts to expose the students to different aspects of legal work in lawyer’s chambers, courts, administrative offices, quasi-judicial establishments, prosecution departments, police and correctional institutions, commercial corporate establishments, government law offices, legal aid centres, legislative secretariats, etc.
Placement Training also aims to teach professional skills, essential aspects of professional ethics and social responsibility issues and management of challenging situations in practical and professional life. It further provides opportunities for public service, developing useful professional contacts and for relating theoretical knowledge obtained in the library and the classrooms to social realities.