State Law and Justice Minister Abdul Haq Khan said that in an All India Law Ministers' conference in 1995, it was resolved to set up in each state a law school on the lines of the NLSU, Bangalore, for improving quality professional legal education.
He said that the proposal to establish a national law university in the state was examined by the Department of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs.
The minister said that various states have already enacted a law to establish national law universities.
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