Plebs Association of Law Teachers
|Type||non-profit organization Law Association|
|Dr. R. Kumar, President|
|Slogan||"Law what ought to be"|
|Mission||Publishing Law Journal, Organizing Seminars & Conferences|
The Plebs Association of Law Teachers, is a non-profit organization learned society in India dedicated to advancing legal education. It is founded in 2015 under the Haryana Societies Act in India. The association runs an academic journal,it is a quarterly, refereed law journal. Plebs means common people. The goals of the Association can be broadly described as:
- publishing the new concepts in area of Law
- promotion of social justice, human rights and law reform issues
- bringing new torts (wrongs) in light for award of compensation
- critique of the legal system
- monitoring developments in alternative practices of law
- community creation through legal education.
The Journal provides resources for law teachers and students.
- Legal Studies Column is published regularly, providing a class exercise based on an article published in the Journal. The exercises are prepared by law teachers.
Law Teachers Association in India
In India there is only three associations of Law Teachers as given below:
- 1. Plebs Association of Law Teachers.
- 2. All India Law Teachers Congress.
- 3. All India Association of Law Teachers.
Law Teachers Association in other countries
- Association of Law Teachers in UK.
- Australasian Law Teachers Association in Australia.
- The Society of Legal Scholars in UK,
- Official website
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- "Civic Ideology, Organization, and Law in the Rule Scrolls: A Comparative ... By Yonder M. Gillihan". Retrieved 5 April 2015.
- "A Text-Book of Roman Law: From Augustus to Justinian". Retrieved 5 April 2015.
- "All India Law Teachers Congress". ailtc.org/. Retrieved 5 April 2015.
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