ROLE OF BAR COUNCIL OF INDIA IN DEVELOPMENT OF LEGAL EDUCATION IN INDIA
Legal education has changed drastically from past 10 years but still reforms are needed to make it effective and justice oriented. There are some issues which need to be looked into for repairing holes in our current legal system such as emphasis should be laid on research and publication activities, need to reform curriculum at the earnest, trained faculty, imparting training based education, introduction of law subjects at school level as to ensure basic knowledge of law to students of all stream etc. This will help in growth and development of legal education with increase in reputation of the profession to meet the challenges of the field and to grow and contribute by providing fullest opportunity to law aspirants for the progress of the country. Hence we can’t say that legal education in India stipulates more development and ultimate awareness among the law graduates and as well as general public because the problem is Bar council of India is not performing its functions religiously which are provided under “The Advocates Act, 1961”.