BCI approves alternate guidelines framed by ULC Bangalore in place of compulsory clinical courses; Karnataka HC disposes of plea

The Court disposed of a plea seeking to do away with compulsory clinical courses such as Moot Court exercises and internships for final year law students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
BCI approves alternate guidelines framed by ULC Bangalore in place of compulsory clinical courses; Karnataka HC disposes of plea
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The Bar Council of India (BCI) on Wednesday informed the Karnataka High Court that it had approved the alternative guidelines proposed by University Law College (ULC), Bangalore University in place of compulsory clinical courses owing to the COVID-19 lockdown (Gautam R v. Bar Council of India).

This development came in relation to a plea seeking to do away with compulsory clinical courses such as Moot Court exercises and internships for final year law students amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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