[Mushrooming of law colleges] Standard of education, infrastructure in some existing colleges need to be looked into: Madras High Court

"... possible orders have to be sought at an all India level to ensure that the quality is not compromised in course of more law colleges being born and in the guise of opportunities being created", the Court added.
Madras High Court campus, Chennai
Madras High Court campus, Chennai

While measures have been taken to ensure that new law colleges do not come up every other day, there are lingering concerns over the standard of education and the infrastructure available in some existing law colleges, the Madras High Court recently observed (MD Ashok v. The Chief Secretary to Government, Law Department, Tamil Nadu and ors).

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