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The unit tries to facilitate access to justice for socially and economically disadvantaged people in society. It strives to become a bridge between the seeker of justice and the giver of justice in the state. The cell strives to provide free legal assistance to those in need, raise awareness of the law in society, promote the legal competence of the masses, and motivate people to resort to alternative dispute resolution. Parichay is an extension of the commitment of the National University of Legal Sciences to provide legal aid to fulfill the constitutional mandate under Article 39A of the Constitution of India. While the Government of Assam has assured that legal aid will be provided to all, an exercise of this magnitude requires the involvement of law schools and civil society,” said N.K. Chakrabarti, Vice-Chancellor of the National University of Legal Sciences. Parichay will assist lawyers in drafting appeals, conducting research on relevant legal issues, assisting in the training of lawyers and paralegals, and producing materials on the functioning of immigration courts. Law students will work with lawyers to ensure they are able to file effective appeals in immigration courts. Parichay will also work with civil society to provide legal assistance to communities,” the statement said. The aim of the cell is to act in cooperation with the District Legal Services Department, NGOs, the police, the Gram Panchayat, schools, etc., to carry out large-scale legal service activities with a wider social scope. The scope of CCLELAC`s activities includes the provision of legal assistance through the Legal Aid Clinic, the performance of plays (Nukkad Natak), the organization of legal awareness and education camps, prison visits, the conduct of legal research, the distribution of legal awareness materials, the implementation of training programs, etc. The Assam National University of Law has a strong contingent of experienced, dedicated and qualified permanent faculty, with a mix of older and younger teachers. In order to provide specialized learning, respected experts and academics are invited to lecture on cutting-edge knowledge related to various aspects of the legal profession.

Visiting and adjunct faculty members include, but are not limited to, sitting and retired judges of the Supreme Court of India and Gauhati High Court, other high courts, sitting Advocates of the Supreme Court, High Courts and Magistrates` Courts, distinguished academics, Corporate lawyers and alumni of prestigious national law universities across the country. The university is built on a beautiful sprawling 50-acre landscape in Amingaon, Guwahati, which sits on the north bank of the Brahmaputra River with an imposing hill on the other side. The campus currently houses the administrative block, the academic block, the boys` dormitory, the girls` dormitory, the library, the multi-purpose stadium, the power plant, the security barracks, the guest house and the staff quarters where all modern conveniences are available. Construction of teachers` accommodation, the Vice-Chancellor`s bungalow and the 300-bed hostel are underway. The Assam Judicial Academy is located on the university campus, a unique legal education experience in which the judicial academy and the university coexist in the same district. The university has established several centers to promote advanced legal studies and research. The centers were created by the University with the intention of addressing social law issues and challenges with challenges with a particular focus on the Northeast region. The centres are actively involved in the organisation of seminars, conferences, training programmes and research projects on research areas/target groups relevant to North East India. His NALSAR counterpart, Faizan Mustafa, said: “Under the NRC, the lack of effective legal aid would mean that many people would become stateless without due process. Innovative cooperation such as Parichay is essential to prevent such a humanitarian crisis.

The university deals intensively with a variety of social law issues, which is reflected in the publication of journals, namely NLUA Law and Policy Review; NLUA Law Review; Journal of Enviro-Legal Research and Advocacy, Journal for Disability Studies and Policy Review, Child Rights Law and Policy Review, Journal of Sports Law, Policy and Governance, Journal of Corporate Law and Policy Research, etc. The University also publishes a bi-monthly newsletter, “Lex Terra”, a quarterly newsletter; “The Green Advocate” and “Nyayalok”, a biannual newsletter. The University also publishes newsletters under the auspices of the Centre for Advanced Research in Corporate Law and the Centre for Child Rights. The university has also published several books and monographs. NNUJA Vice Chancellor J.S. Patil described Parichay as an unprecedented collaboration between the country`s law schools. “We believe this is necessary to ensure that no one is deprived of their right to legal representation,” he said. The Legal Aid Unit, the National Law University and the Assam Judicial Academy conducted a child awareness programme at Fairyland High School in Khanapara on 5 March 2016. The agenda of the consultation was to educate students about the use and issues of social media and consumer rights. The meeting was attended by teachers and members of the Legal Aid Unit, NLUJAA.

Brochures on cyberbullying were distributed and student members of the Legal Aid Cell, NLUJAA, gave presentations on the legal implications and consequences associated with the crime of cyberstalking. The students were delighted during the interaction as they learned the practical aspects of the topics. The permanent campus of the National University of Law and Judicial Academy of Assam was inaugurated on 25 March 2017 by the Honourable Chief Minister of Assam Shri Sarbananda Sonowal in the presence of the Honourable Justices of the Supreme Court J. Chelameshwar, Sharad A. Bobde, Justices Abhay M. Sapre and Amitava Roy and Justice Gauhati High Hon`ble Ajit Singh and the Honourable Justice Hrishikesh Roy. Judge of the Gauhati High Court. Shri V. K.

Pipersenia, Chief Secretary of the Government of Assam, also graced the event. Read more www.nluassam.ac.in The Constitution of India prescribes in its preamble the provision of social, economic and political justice to the citizens of India. It must be achieved by combining the fundamental rights and political principles of State policy on equal justice, access to justice and free legal aid. As a law school, it is our legal and moral responsibility to work to promote these constitutional goals. Provide legal support to those in need and create a just, just and dignified society. National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam Hajo Road, Amingaon, Guwahatiâ781031, Assam, India. Phone:+91-361-2738891 (office) fax:+91-361-2738662 (VC office) fax:+91-361-2738664 (registrar`s office) e-mail: nlualac@nluassam. Alternating current.

The state government enacted the National Law University and Judicial Academy Act of 2009. In accordance with the law, we have taken an important step to provide quality legal education through this institution. It is for the first time one of the leading institutions in the North East region and hopefully the first academic session of the 5-year Integrated Law Degree began in September 2011 with temporary accommodation at the North East Judicial Officer Training Institute, New Building, Ulubari, Guwahati. Law schools across India on Tuesday launched a collaborative legal aid clinic for those excluded from the updated National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam. Zu den Instituten gehören die Assamâs National Law University and Judicial Academy (NLUJA), die in Kalkutta ansässige West Bengal National University of Juridical Science, die Hyderabad National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), die Delhi National Law University und die National Law University of Odisha.