'Rule of Law' session was conducted in two National Law Universities, i.e. NLU Jodhpur and RGNUL, Patiala n the last week of August 2014. Around 35 First year law students attended the workshops and gave excellent feedback. Professor Shveta Dhaliwal, RGNUL shared later that post-workshop students wanted all their classes to be formatted like our session based on case studies, involving group exercises, presentations and questions and answers. Here is the feedback received from students:
The sessions were very interactive, intriguing and certainly made us rack our brains a little harder. Within the available time, which was definitely way too short to understand or even get the gist of the deep-rooted and challenging problems that India faces, we managed to gain a new perspective- a new light under which we may continue to study the obstacles and hopefully, come up with better solutions.
- Souradeep Mukhopadhyay, Student (1st Year), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala
The interactions was fun today very interactive especially the rule of law. If we had more time im sure it could have been even more exciting.
- Samarth Singla, Student (1st Year), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala