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Law teachers demand regulatory body; flay age-bar policy to study law

In a bid to enhance professional competency of law teachers and give a boost to specialisation, members of the All India Law Teachers' Conference (AILTC) have demanded a national-level regulatory body, independent of the Bar Council of India. The members also criticised the Bar Council of India's (BCI) decision to not allow those above the age of 20 to study the five-year law course and those above 40 years of age to study the three-year law course. M C Bhandari, Governor of Orissa, inaugurated the conference.

Among other suggestions, drafted at the one-day conference held at Symbiosis Vishwabhavan on Saturday, were formation of regional law universities, study leave and research grants to law professors, academic and financial autonomy to colleges, mechanism for networking of leading law colleges among others.

Shashikala Gurpur, principal, Symbiosis Law School, said, "The draft of Pune declaration, plan of action and resolutions will be forwarded to various government departments on Monday."

These include Human Resource and Development Ministry, University Grants Commission, Planning Commission, Bar Council of India, Chief Justice of India, Chairman of Law Commission and Ministry of Law, Justice and Company Affairs.

About 100 law professors —
including Parvati Menon from National Law School of India University in Bangalore, Dr Lexmi Nair from Kerala Law Academy and those from Symbiosis Law School, experts like former Union Minister Ram Jethmalani, J L Kaul, President, All India Law Teachers' Congress among others-attended the conference.
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All India Law Teachers Congress
The All India Law Teachers Congress (AILTC) strives to protect and promote the rights and interests of law teachers across India. As you all know, the All India Law Teachers Congress (AILTC) is about 14 years of age, and its membership is growing over the years. We are very happy and satisfied about this swelling membership of the Congress, thanks to the overwhelming support of the members of AILTC.

All India Law Teachers Congress (AILTC) is a registered Society. The members of the AILTC are teachers of law, teaching in various universities and colleges in India. It has about 600 members. The aims and objectives of the AILTC are to promote the interests of legal education and members of law teachers. It organizes conferences, seminars and discussions on legal education. The AILTC also strives to protect and promote the rights and interests of law teachers across India. It coordinates with Bar Council of India (BCI), University Grants Commission of India (UGC) and other similar bodies for wider dissemination of legal education.

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