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Things I would change about Indian legal education - Vindhya S. Mani

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On December 11, 2015, many members of the Class of 2012 of Delhi University's Campus Law Centre met at Mahabelly in DLF Saket. We spoke to some of them to understand what they felt about legal education in India.

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