|JUH establishes 'Law Institute'
New Delhi: After years of deliberation and consultations the Jamiat Ulama-i Hind has at last set up an institution, called the "Jamiat Law Institute", with the objective of promoting modern legal education and facilitating legal and judicial careers for bright Muslim students all over the country. The Majlis-e-Shoora, Jamiat's highest policy-making body, finally approved the project in its meeting on 3rd January this year. On the same evening, in the presence of the Shoora members the Jamiat President Maulana Asad Madani formally inaugurated the new Institute and its office premises. The Institute has been set up on the suggestion of and as per a project prepared personally by the noted legal scholar and a former chairman of the National Minorities Commission, Professor Tahir Mahmood, who has also undertaken the responsibility to act as its Chairman. Jamiat's General Secretary, Mahmood Madani, has been designated as the Founder-President of the Institute, which has begun functioning and has announced that all those interested in legal education and careers for the community's children may contact its office for all possible help and guidance.