To become a lecturer of law one must have a graduation of LLB preferably in the subject that one is going to teach then specialize in the field of subject that would teach The hierarchy of the teaching profession in law is Professor.
Becoming a lecturer can be quite challenging; however, the profession by itself is very rewarding. The first and the most important of those are communication skills and a deep passion for teaching and learning, ability to work with adolescents or young adults. It can be quite challenging to work with teenagers or adolescents. For that matter one needs to have a lot of patience as well and need to solve the complex problems and also can need and empathize and connect well with students.
To become a lecturer of law one must have a graduation of LLB preferably in the subject that one is going to teach then specialize in the field of subject that would teach The hierarchy of the teaching profession in law is Professor. According to the 2016 draft rules of legal education, one needs a PhD but apart from that one needs at least fifteen years of experience must have been guided by two scholars for PhD and published at least eight papers. For an associate professor, one has to acquire above 55% of mark in each subject, a minimum of five papers must have been published and eight years of experience. And for Assistant Professor, one has to clear the LL.M examination with at least 55% of the mark and then one needs to clear the NET( National Eligibility Test) conducted by University Grants Commission which is held twice in a year or similar test like that conducted by Bar Council of India. In 2019 drafts rules of legal education they have also stated that a post-graduate law degree or LL.M of one-year duration obtained from any recognized University in India shall be recognized by BCI until this Amendment Rule are notified and on the notification of these rules 'one year' Master Degree in Law' shall not be a recognized degree for teaching professional law degree under the rules. Many people misunderstand and think that the appointment was made like the said proviso currently, but that is not the case as it is the draft rules that are yet to be finalized and implemented. According to the Bar Council of India, they still follow the old methods. Faculty qualifications were full-time members of the faculty shall possess at least Master of laws degree or as prescribed by the UGC. Members of the faculty teaching clinical program may be drawn from a retired judicial officer or the Bar. Visiting faculty from the profession, judiciary or academia shall have a minimum experience of ten years. There shall be a sufficient number of full-time members of the faculty who shall be if necessary supported by part-time and visiting faculty. Members of the faculty shall be paid according to UCC pay scales. Faculty workstation shall be at least 100 ft per workstation. When a faculty has been appointed as a full-time basis, he/she will not be allowed for the lawyer ship, but if the person is allotted as a contractual basis, one can profess the profession.
The duties of a professor or lecturer are not limited to classroom teaching and lectures. They handle more responsibility that is related to supervising, advising, research, monitoring, keeping records, presentation. They prepare lectures, syllabus and labs for their classes. Grade the class assignments. Prepare, execute and grade the exams. Calculate the grades of the students. Advise the students outside the class. Research new learning techniques and introduce them to students. Supervise and help graduates in their research works. Usually, their salary lies between 40,000- 90,000 INR. The government has doubled the salary of guest lecturers in the government and aided College. From now UGC NET or JRF qualified lecturer will get Rs 1750 per day and maximum Rs 43,750 for twenty-five working days in a month.
The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2014 was introduced into the Parliament on February 07, 2014, and passed by the LokSabha on December 04, 2016. The Bill was passed by the RajyaSabha on December 16, 2016
It is very important for every entrepreneur and a start-up company to draft the company charter, which includes Memorandum and Article of Association. It defines the company’s scope of work and its internal management. These two documents are considered as the supreme legal documents forming the company’s constitution. Therefore, it is important to draft them with clarity and precision.