Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid..
The University imparts instruction through lectures, seminars and tutorials.
Study material is distributed for each course and forms the basis of class
discussion and interactive learning so that students remain engaged. Moreover,
there is constant dialogue in class on contemporary issues pertinent to the
curriculum. Each course also includes a project assignment to develop research,
analysis and writing skills.
Some courses are taught collaboratively so that the available expertise is optimally used and the education is interdisciplinary. Simulated settings such as courtroom exercises and mediations maximize participation and develop professional skills. The University also has the advantage of inviting sitting and retired judges from the Supreme Court and High Court, leading lawyers and academicians, and retired judicial officers, for lectures, seminars and discussions with students and faculty.
The University also involves students as an integral part of research projects that it undertakes. The diversity of projects ensures that students are exposed to a wide range of experiences relevant to understanding the role of law in society.