New Delhi, June 3 (ANI): The 'National Legal E-Library' project of the Government is to be dedicated to the nation on August 15, 2011.
Union Law Minister Dr. M Veerappa Moily had proposed the need for the formulation of a 'National Legal e-library' for students and practitioners of Law on December 6, 2009, during his meeting with the vice chancellors of Law University and Colleges across India.
The scope of this program is creation and management of the 'National Legal e-library' for 933 schools in India, Bar Associations, Government Legal departments and meet the needs of academic librarians, students, faculty and young practitioners.
It aims to provide a practitioners view and a comprehensive understanding of core subject areas of law.
The project is likely to be implemented in three phases. In the first phase two comprehensive research platforms will be implemented across all law schools in India.
In the second phase the services of the comprehensive research platform will be extended to the entire practitioner universe.
Further, e-filing and Practice Management will be extended for all the courts in India in this phase.
The third phase focuses on sustained usability and development of a comprehensive education development platform. This phase aims at creating a robust system of legal skill enhancement and development. (ANI)