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To study the historical growth of the context and content of Law with reference to changing social norms and forecast the law and deliverance systems for the coming times.

To undertake a periodic review of the existing laws and suggest suitable amendments wherever necessary

To draft laws to be adopted to regulate the activities those are hitherto not regulated.

To undertake legislative drafting exercises directed by the government etc.

To establish centers for parliamentary studies and to set up platforms for public consultation and debate on legislation.

To organize conferences, seminars, study camps, mock legislature sessions and to set up law kiosks.

To undertake publication of research papers, hand books, periodicals and journals

To set up a Data Bank of Judicial Pronouncements to facilitate Study catering to legal and parliamentary practice

To establish research centers, law clinics and Alternate Dispute Resolution machinery.

To undertake publication of research papers, hand books, periodicals and journals catering to legal and parliamentary literacy.

To provide for study and research in parliamentary practices and techniques of parliamentary debates, in order to render parliamentary system more relevant and utilitarian.

To make a comparative study of the systems of Law and governance from ancient times in order to discover the basic principles of legal and political administration.

To organize study groups for undertaking critical evaluation of judicial reasoning in relation to social policies and legislative intent and to set up a Data Bank of Judicial Pronouncements to facilitate this.

Groups take up critical evaluation of judicial reasoning in relation to social policies and legislative intent.

To achieve full development of the Institute into an advanced forum for reform of Law and Parliamentary Practice in the background of a developing Country committed to Parliamentary Democracy

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