BCI writes to Law Schools urging that online classes be conducted to cover the syllabus amid COVID-19 Lockdown

All Centers of Legal Education have also been directed to submit a detailed report of the actions taken in compliance with the letter by May 10.
The Bar Council of India
The Bar Council of India

The Bar Council of India (BCI) has issued a letter addressing the queries of the Vice-Chancellors, Principals and Deans of law schools clarifying that their General Council, in consultation with its Legal Education Committee, has resolved that all legal education institutions should hold online classes to cover the syllabus as far as practicable amid the COVID-19 lockdown.

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