Law Teaching After Covid-19 Pandemic from Indian Perspective: The Way Forward

  • Harkirandeep Kaur
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  • Harkirandeep Kaur

    Assistant Professor at Department of Laws, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar, India

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The Covid -19 pandemic had brought the globe to a standstill. The pandemic created unimaginable crisis for the entire world. The sudden outbreak of the pandemic brought a complete shutdown across the globe. The governments were not prepared and anticipated the spread of the virus. The only solution for the containment of the pandemic was complete lockdown, forcing people to work from their homes. The pandemic was one of the gravest health emergencies so all other essential services took a back seat. Education is one sector which was badly affected during the period of pandemic. The declaration of sudden lockdowns led to the closure of schools, colleges and universities. The impact of pandemic in India was also grave. In this paper, an attempt has been made to analyze the imparting of legal education in times of crisis and suggestions will be provided for meeting such situations in future.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 2288 - 2296


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