Dean,Professor Dr. S M Masum Billah
Message From Dean
Life’s demand for the law is diverse and all-embracing. Law graduates, therefore, should craft legal skills and values so that they may use them not only for the court corridor but also for daily life. This approach contributes to developing a legal culture. Legal education should aim to produce enlightened citizens who can understand the problems and needs of life through law. Jagannath University Law Faculty recognises this noble purpose of legal education.
The perception of law and the nature of the legal system is ultimately conditioned by the kind of legal education we offer. Traditional legal education leads to litigating lawyering, where lawyers formally represent others. They use more than they do anything else. Such a pessimistic approach to the legal profession directly impacts our traditional legal education. However, we at Jagannath Law want to make a breakthrough.
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