Guest post by Ananya Agrawal and Yathansh*
Ananya Agrawal and Yathansh co-authored a piece on challenges faced by Visually Impaired Students in National Law Universities in India, suggesting specific policy changes and reforms that promise to overhaul the overall experience in legal education.
Their paper, an empirical study, has been published in the prestigious Journal of Indian Law and Society Volume 10 (Special Issue), which focused on the theme of “Reforms in Legal Education in memory of Prof. NR Madhava Menon“.
Their report is dedicated to Prof. Madhava Menon, the father of modern legal education in India. Prof. Menon is the Founder Vice-Chancellor of National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata.
Read the full paper here: https://jils.co.in/wp-
*The authors were students of the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata, India and Associate Editors of the Journal of Indian Law and Society. Ananya is also the Founder and Editor-in-chief of Ex Curia International.