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The Post-Globalization Travails of Legal Education

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In a globalized world, the quest for modern sources of international law takes one beyond the confines of those listed in the Statute of the International Court of Justice. The drama of law-creation sometimes appears to be enacted outside the intellectually surcharged court and legislative chambers and is being played out in the streets of the global metropolis. Fearful of being accused of flippancy in a sombre assignment such as this, the author moves over to the self-assigned mission of highlighting the unorthodox and daring law making and application in societies where law and order have broken down. Globalization has had an incredible impact on the way Law is taught, studied and practised. The doctrinally rich and more modernized legal culture of Germany will mesh well with that of India, if properly pruned and offered with a becoming sensitivity. A semblance of collaboration between India and Germany already exists.

Keywords:globalized world; India-Germany collaboration; international law



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