There has been shift from, only ‘Class Room Learning’ to the ‘Clinical Method of Learning’ and it will be the major revolutionizing work in the history of Law Teaching. The researcher will discuss in detail the learning by doing method  which  can be used for teaching law students and also evaluating them.  The present ‘Learning by doing Model" can also be used to evaluate various projects of students. Apart from that the researcher will present quite a few models to integrate the different subjects  with clinical approach of teaching law and make recommendations as to how this can be mentored and evaluated.  The researcher has discussed in detail the model adopted in Galgotias University and its pros and cons and how this model has helped the students in better learning.


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15. Total around 64 workshops was conducted by 9th semester student of Nirma University Institute of Law in different parts of Ahmadabad, Gujarat.
How to Cite
UPADHYAY, Niteesh Kumar. NEW METHODS OF TEACHING LAW PROBLEMS & PERSPECTIVES. Proceedings of International Young Scholars Workshop, [S.l.], v. 9, june 2020. ISSN 2709-1120. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 07 mar. 2021. doi: