The Nepal Section of the ICJ and the ICJ organized a national seminar on legal education on December 25,26 and 27,1992.
Participants from a cross section of areas connected to the legal education took part in the seminar.
Lawyers, law teachers, education planners, curricula specialists from different parts of the kingdom joined in the deliberations and expressed their views about what the shape of legal education should be.
The report contains an introductory note, speeches, a summary of the recommendations and working papers:
- A Critical Assessment on Testing and Evaluation System of Legal Education in Nepal, by – Madhav Prasad Acharya
- The Existing Curricular Structure of the Legal Education in Nepal: An Analysis, by Rajit Bhakta Pradhananga and Kishor Silwal
- An Exploration into the Prospective Model of Legal Education System in Nepal, by Dr. Shyam Kant Silwal and Beda Prasad Siwakoti
- Clinical Legal Education : An Assessment and Perspectives, by Satish Krishna Kharel
plus the List of participants.
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