The Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, is a legal institution par excellence, representing a heterogeneous and diverse set of values, opinions, and ideas. Established in 1924, CLC provides world class legal education at a nominal cost. CLC took the lead in adorning our liberty with a self-sufficient legal education system by introducing a distinguished Tark-Vitark (Debate and Discussion) method of teaching, a time-tested teaching methodology prevalent in the ancient India, through precedents themselves, with the goal of transforming students into budding lawyers. CLC has proved its mettle by producing illustrious luminaries panning across Supreme Court and High Court judges, leading advocates, political leaders, policymakers, and trend-setters in all walks of life.
When a discussion is the ethos of an Institution, Debate &Discussions Society (DDS) becomes a natural facilitator to the spirited culture of indulging in constructive dialogues. The Society not only conducts debates & discussions but also promotes free thought & opinion exchange. It marks and celebrates the significance of deliberations and purposeful exchange of ideas as an instrumentality of positive change & growth.
Cosmo Juris is an online driven platform centralized for the legal scholars, researchers and also for the enthusiastic minds with the objective to enhance rather the majority-minority their voices and to promote the high-quality legal research on different contemporary and legal topics. We further aim to enlighten our readers with a catena of information related to various aspects of legal developments and enticing opportunities so that everyone, even an ordinary person is benefitted in the present legal era. With this aim, we bring to our viewers' details of competitions like Call for Papers, Moot court competitions, Debate competitions, Client counselling competitions, Memorial-drafting competitions, Essay competitions, MUNs and other related competitions.