Legal and Judicial education in India have undergone several changes since independence. Dr. N.R. Madhava Menon has been among the lead players who influenced and directed these changes. This book is a collection of speeches delivered by him on different occasions within the country and outside which reflect the ideas and circumstances that shaped the pace and direction of reform. This is perhaps the only publication that records in one place the story of India`s adoption of the Five-Year integrated B.A., LL.B. programme, the introduction of the National Law School movement, the involvement of Law Schools in legal aid and clinical legal education, initiation of professional development schemes through continuing legal education, establishment of judicial academies for training of judges and the transformation of legal and judicial education to global standards.